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THE 



SAINT PAUL DAILY—PRESS. 



VOLUME 1 11^ 



mate andliiHed MttttM Offlclal V»IM>r. 

a^ rHi>» paper ban a larger Dally. Trl-Weekly 
tiul Wi'fkly e'rculatioii than any other In Mlnnt>- 
ot:i, ami ttu'TOloro presents Induccmout* to aU- 
»ertUt'r* which tlioy will not lind »>Uewhfre. 

SAINT PAl'l-. S.vri UDAY, Jl'I.Y 11. 

Republican Union Convention. 

riu- UopuMifans uiul ivll other uaooiuUtion- 
ul In ion men tlirt>ni,'lu>ut tlit- Stiitc of Minne- 
i>^tii, wli») are raniost aiml hont-^l supporttrs «.f 
tli«- A.hninistnition. ami who will >-taiul by it 
with. Hit ii';u- or favor in all its cH'orts to i-niMi 
relK'llinn and uiaiiitani tlu-l'nion.anilwho ilc- 
>irc to soc no ocss.iti,)n of hostilities until the 
;,'l.ri .iisoMtLiir of our lountry shall wave over 
a u!u;eil Kepuhlii', "witht-ut a striin- erasetl or 
pollutiil.or a ^in.l,'U•^larol>-:^•l^■ell,"■— unilall.in 
:iii«'. whoare unc;>nM>ronii>infrly hostile to trait- 
or*. whether open.arnietl nliels in the South, or 
eo\rrt atlvoeates hi the North of a dainajjin^ 
ami liuniiliatiny reaee. will asseniWle in eon- 
vontion at St. Paul, at lii^'ersoU's Hall, on 
Welncsilay. August 19. !«();<, at U o'eloek a. 
M., for the i>nrp«>se of noininatjus candidates 
i\)r the follow in}? olHces : 

iiDvemor; 

Lieutenant (Jovemor; 

Secretary of Slate ; 

Slate I're.isiirer; 

Aticirnoy Cieneral ; 

Aiiditoi'uf State; 

I'lerk ol the Sni>rome t'oiitl. 

The di:ferent eountics will U- entitled to Ik.- 
represented in the t'onvcution by Uelesfates, 
wh.» are liona^fidc re-idonts of the eonntiesfroui 
wliieh they arc aci redited, iis^ follow ?) ; 



Sj^INT I^j^XJL, y^TUIir>A.Y, JULY 11, 1863. 



NUMBER 162. 



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pal Statei, it will probably not be long 
belonj it id put iu oi)eration here. It will 
thcn'Jore interest our readers to recur to 
an twhibit which we jjave some lime ago, 
of the .state of our accounts with the 
(leiieral r«overninent under previous calls 
lor imui, and of the balance which, under 
i ment. in apportioning the new levies of 
the rules adopted by the War Depart- 
coniicripts, is to be credited on our quota. 

In the aggregate otir State has beei\ 
called upon for 7,14y thr«e yearn' men 
and *2.0S1 nine months' men. If, as is 
stated, four nine months' men are to be 
considered ecjnivalent to one three years' 
man, our aggregate quota, under all 
calls, has been equal to 7,8iy three years' 
men. 

To meet these requisitions we have; 
raised y,"J78 three years' men, and 1,2I« 
one year's men, e«piivalent, in all, under 
Stanton's rule, to 9,084 three years' men, 
leaving an esvess/iirnished over our ag- 
(/rt'ijate quota, innler all calls, of l,M,'t 
MKN, which will be credited to our State, 
under the coming conscription. 

Under a call for 2<)0,000 men we should 
not, therefore, have to draft a single man. 

But the Government has called, it is 
now understood, for .'KX>,U»», and our 
quota under the call, if our excess is 
credited to us, will he only Hl'2 men in 
all throughout the State. And even this 
number will be considerably nnluced by 
the recruits for Major Hatch's battalion. 

Ix our notice of the contract for build- 
ing the Cledar Valley Railroad from Min- 
neapolis to Faribault, the contractor D. 
J. Cameron, was incorrectly stated to be 
a resident of this city instead of Wiscon- 
sin. He is a reliable man and the fact 
that he has the contract, is an assurance 
that the work will be done and done 
well. 



Tlie CoMScrlptl^n Law. 



THE PUO('lH.\TION OF Sl'BSiTTUTKS. 



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1 Wa^liington •♦ 

No Delc;,'atcs will 1k» adiuittctl from unor- 
.::ani2od or uninhal>it';d counties, not cuuiuer- 
atetl alM)ve. 

UcpuMican Central Coni- 



Py order tif 
mitU'i*. 



tin> 



KdHT. F. FISK. Ch'n. 
WILFOKl) I.. WILSON. 
ANDUr.U NI>SKL, 
D. BLAKKLY. 
.1. n. GILFILLAN. 
ni:N.I. F. SMITH. 
M. Pail, July 8, lS»;-{. 



THE PIOJCEKn."* *0T103r OF A 
1.0T.4L COXVKXTIOX. 

The call of the Republican Central 
Committee t<->r a State (Convention, is ad- 
dressed to "Republican ajiJ all othft- 
1 NCONDiTioxAi. Union mkn," to "all. 
in tine, who are uncompromisingly hostile 
to traijors. whether open, armed rebels 
in the South or covert advocates in the 
North nt 



a dainagini; 



and humiliating 



Amoxo the barbarities indulged in by 
the Indians when they murdered the Dus- 
tin family, was to cut off the lips of old 
Mrs. Dustiiii, the grandmother, to pre- 
vent her speaking, and aiso while she 
was yet alive two fingers were severed 
from one of her hands and borne away as 

trophies. 

♦ «♦« ♦ 

TiiK officers who have arrived from the 

expedition say it was not the intention 

to start the mail from Alexandria until 

Tuesday, and consequently it will not be 

due here until to-morrow. 

Hon. H. a. Swift has arrived and 
will be sworn in as Governor at 10 o'clock 
this morning. 



pence 

K.xtraonlinary as it may seem, this 
tloes not please the Fioiieer. It lacks the 
rciiuisite degree ol " patriotism and mag- 
nanimity '" to s it that cuiinenlly patriotic 
and magnanimous journal. It is alto- 
gether too narrow and partizan for its 
liberal and comprehensive views of what 
it call.'^ a loyal Convention. 

A broad, generous, hospitable invita- 
tion to all conditional Union men — to all 
WJO are compromisinyhj hostile to trai- 
tors and Disunion Peace men — would have 
covered its case, would have suitid its 
ideas of "loyalty'" to a charm, and would 
doubtless have secured the questionable 
advantage of its support. We may take 
the liberty to doubt, however, whether a 
definition of loyalty which wotdd suit the 
ea.sy virtue of the Pioneer would be quite 
acceptable to the loyal masses of Minne- 
sota. 

Though usually, we are sorry to say, 
somewhat equivocal and obscure, it has 
at least been frank enough to leave us in 
«o doubt of what it means by "loyalty" 
and a "loyal convention." It was only 
three weeks ago that our neighbor en- 
dorsed the Ohio Democratic Convention, 
which nominated the traitor and Peace- 
Disunionist Vallandigham for Governor, 
as a "loyal convention ;" and of the plat- 
form adopt«-d by that convention, in which 
there is not a single word of condemna 
tion of the rebellion or its authors, not 
a single word in favor of the vigorous 
prosecution of the war for the restoration 
of the Union, but which is from beginning 
to end a tissue of assaults upon the pres- 
ent Administration, and its measures for 
putting down the rebellion ; of this foid 
outpouring of partizan malignity, the 
Pioneer of June IGth says : 

^Vhoevcr will take the trouble to read them, 
(the resolutions) will (ind that for the most 
part they cover the true, LOYAL, consirratire 
Democratic yrouiut. 

If the Pioneer wants a " loyal Conven- 
tion," which would be likely to nominate 
Vallandigham for Governor of Minnesota, 
or adopt " the true, loyal, conservative. 
Democratic '' platform of the ( Jhio ( 'op- 
perheads, as the "expression of the sen- 
timents of the loyal masses," we are 
inclined to think it will have to look for its 
materials outside of the Unconditional 
Union men ol Minnesota, and for 
for its instruments to some other quarter 
than the representatives of the Republi- 
can party. We would take the liberty to 
refer it to its friend, the correspondent of 
the Chicago TimeK, and its old allies of 
the Democratic Olub, upon whom its ad- 
vice would be more appropriatly Ijestow- 
ed, and wlio would, doubtless, lend it all 
possible assistance in tl»e furtherance of its 
" patriotic and magnanimous" views. 
. _ — » « ♦ . ♦ 



TiKirA iteha. 

— Among the names appended to a call 
for a Vallandigham ratification meeting 
at Clevelan<l, was one of a man who had 
been dead two years, and another of one 
who had been out of the country since 
before Vallandigham was nominated. 

— Some idea may be formed of the tre- 
mendous consumption of the munitions of 
war which the rebellion has occasioned 
by the fact that the Waterbury, Conn.. 
Cap and Flash Company alone made, 
during the past year, over l.'iO tons, or 
2)0,000 pounds of copper into percussion 
caps. 

— (len. Scott has completed his seven- 
ty-seventh year. 

—The following is an extract from a 
letter written previous to the surrender 
cf Vicksburg: I learn at General (irant's 
headquarters that the death of the wife of 
General Pemberton by the explosion of a 
shell, is confirmed. Since that event 
Pemberton has been unusually morose, 
and less disposed to listen to any expos- 
tulatiou of the citizens of Vicksburg 
against a decisive resistance. 

— The following is related of General 
Kimball, in his late march along the Ya- 
zoo: 

Gen. Kimball pot out of his carriage, shonl- 
dered a gun, and walked si-veral miles, to give 
a private, who had fallen down br the road- 
side exhansted. a chance to ride and gather up 
strength enough to go on. 

— The Lancaster correspondent of the 
New York Tribune, writes that shortly 
a)ter the news reached that city of the 
" I approach of the rebel army. Ex- Presi- 
dent Buchanan was seen rushing excited- 
ly through the streets, with a big tin box 
under his arm. 

— The Hartford limes says that in 
many parts of Connecticut a drought of 
unparalleled severity pievails. In most 
parts of Litchfield and Fairfield counties 
there has been only one shower since the 
4th day of May. Such a circumstance, 
in May and June, has never before been 
known in Connecticut. Along the west- 
ern border of the State the grass is all 
burnt up, and will not average more than 
half a ton to the acre — hardly enough to 
encourage the farmers to get it in. ('orn 
in many fields has not come up at all in 
half the hills, and what has sprouted looks 
a month behind hand. Oats, rye, &c , 
also sufTer badly. Farmers in the graz- 
ing towns in the western part of the State 
are troubled what to do, and must reduce 
stock. 

— Major General Sigel who reported 
himself for any duty which might be as- 
signed to him at this critical moment, has 
Wen directed by the Secretar)' of War, to 
report at Harrisburg, to aid Gen. Couch 
in the defense of Penn»ylvania. 

—The body of Col. Cross, of the Fifth 
New Hampshire \ olunteera, has been 
sent to New Hampshire. He was killed 



The following exceedingly important 
order has been issued : 

Wau Di.i'AUrMKN r, Puovost Mahshal j 

(JKNKii.iL'sOrKicE, Wasuinoto.v, M. C, s^ 

June 33th, 1883. > 

ouu;i;i.AK NO. o4. 

I. Section l:J of the act approved 
March 3, ISO;}, " For enrolling and call- 
ing out the National Forces and for other 
purposes," is as follows : 

Skc. K5. And he it further enarted. 
That any person drafted, and not fouml 
to appear as aforesaid, may, on or before 
the day fixed lor his appearance, luriiisli 
ail acceptable substitute to take his place 
in the draft ; or he may ]>ay to such m-r- 
.soii as the Secretary of War may author- 
iie to receive' it, such sum, not cx<ee»ling 
$.J0«.>, as the Secretary may determine, 
lor the procuration of such substitute, 
which sum shall be fixed at a uiiiforni rate 
by a General Order made at the time of 
ordering a <lra(l t..>r any State or Territo- 
ry ; and thereupon stich person so fur- 
nishing a substitute, or paying the inoiu'y. 
shall be dischargetl from further liability 
un«ler that draft. And any person fail- 
ing to report, after <lue service of notice, 
as herein prescribed, without fuijuishing a 
substitute, or paying the reqiiireil sum 
therefor, shall Iw deemed a deseiter. au»l 
shall be arrcstetl by the Provost Mar-lial. 
and sent to the nearest military j)n>t for 
•trial by court martial, unless, upon proper 
showing that he is not liable to do milita- 
ry duty, tlie Hoard of Enrollment shall n - 
lieve him from the draft. 

It is hereby announced that the amount 
to be pai«l. in accordance with the fore- 
going section of the enrollment act. by 
any person who may be drafted, in order 
to secure exemption from service, has 
been fixed by tlie Sectetary of War at 

II. The Commissioner of Internal Kev 
enue in each Congressional Di.strict has 
been authorized by the Secretary of War, 
and directed by the S»'creta-y of the 
Treasury, to receive from drafted jier- 
sons, who desire to pay it for the purpose 
of exemption, the money above specified. 
On the receipt of this sum. the Collector 
of Internal Revenue shall give the drafted 
person paying it duplicate reci-ipts.^ One 
copy of these receipts shall be delivered 
to the Hoard of Enrollment on or before 
the day the drafted person is reijuired to 
repon for fluty, and when so delivered to 
the Hoard, the drafte<l person shall be 
furbished by the Board with a <ertilicate 
of exemption. "Form ."il, Regtd.-ilions 
Provost Marshal General's Hiireau," 
stating that the person is discharged from 
further liability under that draft, by rea- 
son of having paid the sum of >':>"'J. 

III. The Provost Marshal shall make 
out within the first Montlay of every 
week, an abstract of persons to whom 
exemptions from military service have 
been granted by the Board durinir the 
week previous. " Form 41."' -Vll re- 
ceipts or certificates of deposit delivered 
to the Board, by persons claiming ex- 
emption on aicotint of persons having 
paid the reciuired sum of money, shall 
accompanv the abstract. 

JAMKS B. FRY, 
l*rovost Marshal Genenil. 



LATEST NEWS, 

"By rCeleflrrapli. 

LEE UNABLE TO CROSS THE 
POTOMAC, 

jlis Line of Bailie llie Anlie. 
tain Field. 



MEADE AND COUCH'S 
ARMIES CONCENTRA- 
TING. 

1 Great Battle WiW Probably 
be Fought To-da>. 

'X'lie Two yV.i'mieH but 
nPen IVIiles Apart. 



STL AUT DEFEATED NEAR 
8HARPST0WN. 



GENERAL KILPATRICK NOT 
KILIiED. 



Details of the Vicksburg 
Surrender. 



bend of tlie river to Williamsport. on the 
lelt, thus uncovering the Shepardstown 
Crossing. 

Scouts and reconnoitering parties re- 
port Lee intrenching his Iront. drawing 
iimmunttion from his train on the Virginia 
side, and making general preparation for 
another battle. It is contradicted that 
wo have a lorce in Lee's Iront of retreat 
in Virginia. It is not likely that a gen- 
eral battle will take place to-morrow. 

VHE VKC'ILItJBVKO CARRXftOaf. 

Cixci.vN.\Ti, July 10. 

Tl»e Gazette's Vicksburg corn-'spond- 
ctit says : 

Among the oflicers captured were one 
Lieut. Gen., four Maj. (iens., and be- 
tween fifteen and twenty Brig, fiens. 

The garrison comprises 20.0(XJ men. 

TRYAJI& XO CAPTIJIBB ROATM, 

CINCIXX.VTI, July 1. 
It is reported this morning that the 
rebel forces are operating on the river 
between here and Louisville, with the in- 
tention of capturing passing boats. 

' UKX'MMOVK.tlEaiTtt. 

M'ashinoton, July 9. 
Operations of General Dix's command 
at White House and on the Peninsula, 
have cut off all direct communication be- 
tween Richmond and Lee's army, and 
detained a large number ol troops m and 
about Richmond, which would otherwise 
have gone to reinforce Lee. 

AFTERNOON REPORT. 

FROM MKKNOCRS. 

St. Lous, July 10. 

A large and enthusiastic meeting was 
held at the Court House, last night, 
which was participated in by those op- 
posed to the action of the lafe St«te Con- 

»: — :.. ^A^^tXw,^ thn nmaont. flcheme 



Gram and Peniberlon had a 
Private Interview. 



THE REBELS PAROLED, AND 
i;iVEN I DAYS RATIONS. 

THE GARRISON NUMBER 
PROM TWENTY TO 
THIRTY THOU- 
SAND. 

Einaiiripallou in MksourL 



MORNING REPORT. 



The work of recruiting in I'hiladclphia 
continues with unabated enthusiasm, (ien. 
Dana on the 2d inst. sent the following 
comnmnication to the clergy of the city : 
Kev. Dr. Nevin. Sem'tury ot" ('«inimittec of 
C'lerpjmen : 

Dkak SiK : — I beg you will remind the 
Committee that the offer of three hun- 
dred of the clergy of Philadelphia and 
vicinity to work on the fortifications of 
the city has not been lost sight of. 

I am frequently called on by some of 
them to iiupiire when their services will 
be needed, and to re-announce that they 
are waiting for employment. The Chief 
Engineer, Prof. Bache, is unable as yet 
to assign them a place. The city au- 
thorities have put at his disposal as many 
as he has hitherto been able to use. As 
the work progresses your services will 
be required. 

If inappropriate for me to express my 
gratitude at so touching an example of a 
conscientious performance of patriotic 
duty on the part of men who could not be 
expected to neglect a call of that nature, 
I may at least be allowed to express 
admiration at the real pleasure they ap- 

{»ear to take in anticipation of fulfilling so 
aborious a task. 

I trust the example may have a fiivora- 
blc effect on all of us, and may inlluence 
us to do with our might whatever our 
hands find to do, and in such an exhibi- 
tion of lofty devotion we will recognize 
an illustration of the proverb, "Right- 
eousness exalteth a nation, but sin is the 

reproach of any people." 

With joeat resi)cct, vour servant, 

N. J. T. DANA, Major General. 

♦ « ♦ « ♦ 

OMr nikvj. 

The daily increasing dimensions of our 
navy, which are recorded yearly in th(^ 
Naval Register render a semi-annual 
statement of its condition interesting and 
useful. A London paper recently stated 
that although there are now over 4t)(> 
ships in the United States Navy, not fifty 
of them were built for war purposes. So 
far as this from being true, it is a fact that 
since the war broke out, nearly loO ves- 
sels have been constructed expre.«sly as 
men-of-war, and of these nearly fifty are 
iron-clads. Many of the purchased steam- 
ers are now as formidable as navy-built 
craft. There are, all told, about .030 ves- 
.sels now registered on the books of the 
Department, all being purchased save the 
following: 

Screw sloops . . - - - fiO 

Pailille wheel steamers ... 41 

Iron-chul steamers - - - - 68 

Uams 3 

.Sailing ships 20 



TUli WAR IIV TUC CAST. 

MiDULKBvr.o, July 9, 
The number of wagons destroyed In- 



Total 



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•OTA. 



in the battle of Thursday, the 2d, near 
Gettysburg. 



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Trrlair tli«> Other Mi«lt>. 

The city of York. Pennsylvania, which 
was asses.scd three hundred thousand dol- 
lars by its rebel conquerors, is tiaid to 
have contained some of the worst (.'op- 
perheads in the country. They, doubt- 
less, have had a great deal to say about 
the oppression of the taxes occasioned by 
the war for the Union. Some of them, 
have, probably, talked about resisting 
their payment, and made up their minds 
that Jeff. Davis' Gevernment was much ' 
more liberal than ours. They will now 



our cavalry is over iwa hundred-. Buford 
destroyed two hundred on Monday, and 
on SatTirday and Sunday burned between 
two hundred and three hundred. Full 
one-third ol the transportation of the 
rebel army has \wvn destroyed, and the 
damage to them is fully twice what they 
are able to carry out of Pennsylvania. 

Saturday the enemy pressed our caval- 
ry back ui)on Boonesboro, and Sunday 
tiirew a few shells into the place. Buford 
then dismounted, his forces being very 
much exausted, and taught the rebels for 
two hours, driving them clear back to 
Antietam ('reek. 

From a captured letter, we learn the 
enemy are trying to shove a portion of 
their fbnes, and their wounded, across 
the river. 

A Tribune dispatch, dated from the 
front, 9lh, says : 

Intelligence just received concerning a 
cavalry light yesterday near Sharpstown, 
with a part of Stuart's forces, supported 
by infantry, took uj) a strong posi- 
tion in the wood south of town, after a 
determined resistance on their part. 

The arrival of (ieneral Buford towards 
night resulted in a gallant charge by our 
men. The Fifth Michigan distinguished 
itself particularly, upon the grounds occu- 
pied by rebel infantry, driving them from 
the woocy*. Our lorces occupied the 
ground first chosen by the rebels. We 
lost from 50 to KX) killed. The enemy 
lost about etjually with the addition of 50 
prisoners. 

Kilpatrick. erroneously reported killed, 
charged the enemy in person, and drove 
them at least three miles. 

One thousand prisoners passed throogh 
Frederick, on thsir way to Baltimore, 
to-dav, among them a number of officers. 
News from the Upper Potomac is more 
encouraging. I: is almost certain that 
Lee will be brought to battle on this side 
of the river and under great disadvanta- 
ges. It is ascertained he has only man- , 
aged to cross, his wounded and part of 
his Pennsylvania spoils, having so far as 
is known no means of crossing, but a 
large number ol boats. 

The two armies at last accounts were 
not more than ten mile* apart, Gemeral 
Lee's 8tret«-hing from Ilagerstown to 
Williamsport, and Meade's being upon 
the march from Boonsboro, on two roads 
towards hiiM. Our telegraph is already 
four miles from Boonesboro, our advance 
being at that place. 

Suii'i'Kssnruo, July 9. 

The armies of fJenerals Meade and 
Couch are rapidlv concentrating in front 
of the army of Virginia, and the head- 
quarters of (ieneral Couch, are here to- 
night. 

News to-day from Waynesboro show 
that a portion of Lee's army are only 
three miles from the forces of General 
Smith. 

The enemy's cavalry paid a flying visit 
to-day to (Jreen Castle, i)robably for the 
purpose of watching our movements, and 
are gathering supplies. 

Lee's headcpiarters are still believed to 
be at Ilagerstown.. 

Kxciting events may be looke<l to take 
place during the next two days. 

IIOOX ESIIOUO, Md., Julv 0. 



vention, in adopting the present 8( 
of emancipation, and in declaring the ex- 
emption of slave property from taxation, 
and in denying to the people, the privi- 
lege of voting on the project of emanci- 
pation. 

Mayor Fillev presided. Speeches were 
made by Charles D. Drake, Ilenr>- T. 
Blow, C. P. Johnston, B. Gratz Brown, 
and others. 

Resolutions were adopted setting forth 
that the action of the Convention in its 
last session was arbitrarj-, tyrannical, 
and in opposition to the plainest princi- 
ples of republican government, and orov- 
ed the body from which it emanated to 
be unworthy of the respect and confidence 
of a fr"e people- that although described 
in its title "Ordinance for the emantipa- 
tion of slaves," we can regai-d convention 
I enactments in no other light than a cover 
1 to attempt to strengthen slavery in Mis- 
souri under cover of their disguises of 
a professed purpose to accomplish free- 
dom. That the attempt to favor the own- 
ers of slaves by a body of men a large 
majority of whom are slaveholders, at the 
expense of others by exempting slave 
property from all* taxes, exhibited 
a spirit so narrow and mercen- 
arv, and at the same time so un- 
fair as to e(iually merit our condemnation 
and contempt : 'that we hold the people 
of Miseoun a« citizens of a State, occu- 
pying a place in a Republican Govern- 
ment, are entitled to the principles of 
popular sovereignty, and a right to choose 
their own rulers ; that on condemning 
the action of the convention, as a body, 
we except from our declaration a. minor- 
ity of true men, who labored to secure 
to tlic people their constitutional rights. 



only stipulation he could accep.. was un- 
conditional surrender. It was concluded 
with a deserved tribute to the bravery and 
endurance of the rebel garri.son, and said 
if they surrendered, they should all be 
treated with the courtesy due prisoners 
ot war. 

The rebel messengers Lad not been 
gone long, when Pemberton sent again, 
asking a personal interview with Grant, 
wliich was promptly grantei. 

At 'i v. M., the same day, a conference 
took place about mi<lway between the 
fronts of the contending forces. The 
scene was witnessed by thousands of fed- 
eral and rebel soldiers, who for the first 
time in weeks, showed themselves with 
inpunity above the rifle pits, and during 
all these weeks they had been within five 
yards of each other. 

(irant came slowly to the place of ren- 
dezvous smoking a cigar, and apparently 
the only uiiexcited persou in the vast 
assemblage. 

Pemberton first remarked he had been 
present when different fortresses had 
surrendered to Federal arms in the Mex- 
ican war, and in these the enemy were 
granted Wvms and conditions, and so he 
thought his array as well entitled to favors 
as a foreign Ibe. 

' Grant listened and then proposed a 
private conversation, to which I'ember- 
ton agreed. What was said dunng the 
conference can only be judged from the 
results. 

After little more than an hour terms 
were agreed u[>on, and the rebels sur- 
rendered. 

It was arranged that the Federal forces 
should enter at 10 o'clock on the 4th. 
The rebels were all to be paroled. 
The prisoners are allowed to retain 
their horses and four days rations to be 
taken from the rebel stores. 

The prisoners are liable to exchange. 
The enemy numbered from 20,0<)U to 
30,0(30. 

By Pemberton's arrangement there fell 
into Grant's hands along with the small 
arms the forts, defenses. &c. 

Cannon are plenty, and in quality equal 
* to the best in the Confederacy. 

At 10 A. M. on the 4th Gen. Steele ai.d 
a division marched into and garrisoned 
the city, the bands playing national airs. 
The tlag was soon seen above the build- 
ings where of late only the rebel ensign 
met the breeze, and Vicksburg was in 
loyal possession once more. 

Not long after a formal possession had 
been taken of the city Col. Markland 
made his entrance and took charge of the 
Post Office, and agreed to establish 
Federal mail routes with the rest of the 
world. 

Washington, July 9. 
A dispatch from Gen. Grant to (ien. 
IIalleck,dated Vicksburg at 10 :30,on the 
morning of the 4th of July, states that 
the rebels surrendered this morning, and 
that their troops were paroled as prison- 
ers of war. 

The movements about to be made by 
the forces of (ien. Grant are detailed, 
but they are not proper for publication at 
present. 



much risk. Dr. Judson quickly liad his 
carriage in wailing, and Mrs. Lincoln 
wa* placed in it and driven home. The 
escape of the lady was almost miraculous, 
considnrmg the cireom tuices, and we 
learn that she has entirely recovered from 
her fright. The injuries ai-e not of a se- 
rious character, and we hope to see Mm. 
Lincoln about in a few days. 



At the Infmatlonal Hotel, on Friday P. M., 
July 10, at four o'clock, Cll ABLOTTE S.. wi:e of 
John C. Hooppr, aged if3 rears. 

The funeral wiil take place this alterooon at 
five o'clock, from the Cathedml. The triend* of 
the family are invited to attend. 

FcxEHAi. NoTici:.— The funeral serrlcn of 
Hon. CHAKLKS N. MACKUBIN, deoraMN), 
will tiike place from Clirikt Church, C;«dar atreet, 
Sunday next, at 5>i P. v. 

Vuci'ION"SALE 

Of lfor«c$, Cattle, Wagons, Carriagot and Ax- 
rtriiltural Iniplement«, iSaturday, July nth. at 10 
o'clock, at the County Kiiir l>ay ^alesi Yard, by 
Fairchild & Marcti. Amun^ the re>t itfNeral 
Milch Coir?, andCatves, Yearlings. &c. JyU>-2t 



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ILLL POSTING, &c. 



MAXWELL & fiUIFFIX, opposite Brown's 
Block, Third street, will po>t liilli>, announce 
meeting)., auciiuuo.and all matters usually attend- 
ed to by " Town Criert^," attend on parties, c ean 
roomij and ot1ic<'tt, and undertake job* ot white- 
washing in ditlereut colors. JlO-lm 

VY' S. McCLURE & CO., 

Produce Commissiou Merehants, 

For the u«lo of Butter, Ch«e»e, Tjird, Lggs. 
Beaut!, IVas, Dried Fruits, Fiour and I'rovisioua, 

mn rulroB lltre«>t. 

Op. AVashiugton Market, NEW YORK. 

W, S. MVLLRK. C. M'CLCiiK. 

B. ¥. BA1.T,ARI». 



R E F E It A X C E S . 
Geo. W. White. Cac h, Mechanic'i* B'k, Brookl}!! 
Hon, Horatio Ballard, Sec. .State of New York. 
Win. Cripps, Pres. .Su»n<<ard Ins. Co., New York. 
A. II. Ballard, Ypsilauti, Michigan. 
J. L. Kelly, Milwaukt-e, Wisconsin. 
K. U. Huntington, Adanra Irff Co , N. Y. 
J. H. Reed, Utica, New York. 
Hon. Henrv .1. Kavmoiid, " New York Time.." 

C. H Wheeler, Sti Alban«, Vermont. 

D. W«rd, I>anca»ter, Grant Co., Wisconsin. 

Xy-HITCHERS HOTEL, 

Fotirth-St., hettpeen Piohert and Jackson ^ 

ST. FALL, MINNESOTA. 

E. li. WIIITCHER, Pitoi'uiETOR. 

The above house having recently been opened 
anil thoroughly renovated and refurnished, the 
Proprietor would re^jpiH^ffullv solicit a share ol' 
the public t>a.trouagf. «3~(jood CiUbUng and 
careful Hostlers in attendaace. jyiO-lf 



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U. S. 5-20 LOAN. 

URSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RE- 



Boonesboro, Mn., July J>. 

{Times' 5;)ef/<rf.]— The rebels were 
drawn up in line ol battle, three and a 
half miles from here, this morning, on the 
road to Ilagerstown. From there they 
extended towards the Potomac in the 
vicinity of Bakersville. They are throw- 
ing up' ride pits near Fairplay, and will 
probably await an attack. 

Our lorces are so placed that a collision 

may occur any hour. 

Fkedkkick, July 9. 

Gen. Nagle, with troops from Foster's 
Department, N. C, has been assigned to 
a command at Harper's Ferry. 

EVENING REPORT. 



I*ABTIC1JI.AR1» OF VHE SUB- 
BEriDER OF VACKSBURCl. 

Caiko, July 9. 
A special to the Missouri Democrat 
gays : By the arrival of the steamer Ni- 
agara, with Lieut. Dunn of Gen. Sulli- 
van's stafl', from Vicksburg the 4tli, who 
is bearer of dispatches from (Jrant to the 
War Department, we have the confirma- 
tion of the ca|>itulation of Vicksburg from 
reliable souretis. 

I have l>een able to gather the follow- 
ing particulars of the closing scenes of 
the siege of Vicksburg : 

The first tlag of truce for some time 
was on July 1st, asking an escort for two 
Englishmen, who had been shut up for 
some time in the Confederacy, which was 
granted by Grant. 

On the previous day, the rebels made 
an unsuccessful sortie on the works on 
our left, meaning to take our soldiers out 
of their rille pits. 

This day Johnston was only twenty 
miles off, and our men were in line of 
battle to receive the attack. 

On the .'Jd another flag of truce came 
into our lines, brought by two Confederate 
officers, one of whom proved to be Maj. 
Gen. Brown. The messengers were 
blindfolded. They remained awaiting 
the return of Gen. Smith, who took the 
dispatches from Pemberton to Grant. 
Their eyes were unbandaged after an 
hour, and they conversed freely with the 
Union officers. One messenger said— 
" Iron enough liad been thrown into the 
city fe stock an immense foundry, and 
build monuments for all the citizens and 
soldiers who had fallen." 

When Smith returned the messengers 
were again blindfolded and conducted to 
a safe point, from which they could enter 
their own lines again. 

<.'«irio«ity was manifested by the oflicers 
and soldiers to learn the contents of Pem- 
berton's dispatches, which was finally 
gratified. 

The rebel General saw fit to intimate 
tha; unnecessary effusion of blood and 
loss of lives might be prevented by a 



TBtE ^TMJBL TS THE EAAT. 

Baltimore, July 9. 

The- Amtriimn'B Fsederick di»{»atcb, 
dated this morning, says there is no 
longer a question as tD whether the Poto- 
mac is fordable. but as to whether any 
bridge the rebels may have would stand 
before such a Hood. 

It speaks of active army operations. 
Our cavalry are constantly picking up 
prisoners, and sending them in by hun- 
dreds. Also capturing or burning rebel 
trains. 

The rebels are abandoning their woun- 
ded, whom they placed in wagons taken 
from farmers, along the line of their 
march. " 

Lee is detained at the river. His 
case will be must desperate, if not hope- 
less. 

■Washixotok. July 9. 

Xo information has been received from 
Williamsport, up to two o'clock to-day. 
It is not believed here, that there was 
a fight there yesterday, although it is 
probable. 

Gen. Setlgwick has done the enemy's 
rear much damage. 

Messages for the Associated Press from 
Frederick to-night says information which 
can be relied on comes from the front this 
morning of the following purport : 

The rains checked the passage of the 
rebel army. A small portion of Lee's 
transportation has been crossed on rafts 
at Williamsport and Shepardstown. and 
his stock swam over. Mis ambulance 
train with the wounded has also crossed, 
but his supply train with cavalry and ar- 
tillerv is on this side. 

His first line of battle has been formed 
in the Antietam field. Should this prove 
true, and it is certain he cannot receive 
reinforcements, he will be obliged to 
trust his army to the arbitrament of a 
bloody battle-field. 

Our forces are gradually concentrating 
in that direction and the hopes and pros- 
pects of annihilating the entire army of 
Virginia are bright. The best possible 
spirits animate the officers and men. 

At last advices Lee was concentrating 
his forces bv every possible route Fear- 
ing an attack, he. yesterday morning, 
planted his batteries on every road by 
which we were likely to approach. 



CEIVED FOR 
GTliis Popular Uoan 

Until farth?r noti<* at our office. 
THOMPSON BRO'.S, Bankeri, Ag'U. 
Julv 6, 1S63. iy7-2w 



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OR SALE. 



16<) acres in Rose town, adjoining the school 
section, the following described Und : N. W. '« 
section 21. town 29, Itau^- :j:l; about fifty acre* 
under cultivation, some improvement, all fenced, 
and a good well on the premises. Will Imj sold in 
a bodv or in lots of forty or eighty acres, one- 
fourtli cash, the balanci- in three yearly payments, 
at seven per cent, per annum. Title perfect; 
possession given after harvest. 

Also: The undivided N. S of X. E. '4 of sec- 
tion v8, To*n -11. Kange J.l, on the road to Lake 
.lohannah, aliout thro- miles fr-^m st. Paul. 

Enquire of .1. P. THOMPSt»N, 

At Nichols, Dean & Co. 
Julyy-dlm. 

10 tX> 



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TRAYj:D or STOLEN. 

Reward. 

!>traved or Stolen. from Michael McGraw, town 
of Da'vton, Hennepin Co., about tr»e middle of 
.lune fast, atlir»*e year old, bay horse colt, black 
main and tail, and datkish legs, and star in the 
forehead; was last seen near Montlcello. Any 
one giving information that will lead to his re- 
covery, or will return him to the owner, will re- 
ceive tlie above reward. 

Dayton , .) uly C, It?*. !. jy«-d2w* 



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RS. JOHNSTON'S BOARDING 



HOUSE, 

O" Fourth street, between Minnesota and C«- 
dar. A fi'W-more gentlemen can be accommoda- 
ted with pleasant and comfortable rooms. 

je25 2w 



ANTED 



A .HQUAD of five luen reported to the 
\djut«nt General, from Buffalo, Wright ' have an opportunity of judging between 
As the machinery of the Conscription i county, yesterday, under the call for six- ' the two. We wonder how they like the 
Law is now in full activity in the prind- ' ty day scouts. ! other side of the question. 



No active operations on our front to- 
day. 

After the cavalry fight yesterday, the 
enemv drew on their forces towards Ha 



Had AccitleaS to Mra. l.incalB. 

From the Washington Croulcle, July 3. 

We regret to learn that a painful acci- 
dent o curred to Mrs. Lincoln ytsterd.sy 
morning, about ten o'clock, near the 
Mount Pleasant Hospital. It appears 
that Mrs. L. was passing across the lot 
near the hospital, in her carriage, when 
the driver's seat became detached from 
the carriage in some way, precipitating 
the driver to the ground. At this the 
spirited horses became frightened, and 
dashed off at the top of their speetl. 

Mrs. L. was alone in the carriage at 
the time, but ob8e^^'in^ the great danger 
she was in, «iuietly and quickly sprang 
from the carriage, her presence of mind 
and courage not deseiting her for a single 
instant. Although the horses wer*> run- 
ning at full speed at the time, Mrs. L. 
fortunately received no more serious in 
juries from the fall than several severe 
bruises, which stunned her for a moment. 
The most severe of these wounds is upon 
the back part of her head : hut we are 



A Nurse Girl; apply at Ihe resldenoe of 

F. Dltl.SCOI.l-, 
jeP.Otf corner of loth and Canada-sts. 

^T^ACIITING ON LAKE COMO. 

The subscriber take* pleasure in announcing to 
the public that the lx»sutiful and well-known 
yachts PHuline «nd Claude Melnotte, have been 
thoroughly overhauled and renovited, ai.d are 
now at tlio service of p:iriies d<>siriDg a sail upon 
the jilacid waters of Lake Coin.>. No lab<ir nor 
exp^n.sc has bt>en spared \\\ lilting them for tbit 
purpojie. The Claude M Inof to has been carpeted 
and specially fitted for the accommodati'>n 1.1' 
ladies, and fel<»ot parties and families desiring its 
e.volusive use will please leave their orders twelve 
hours in advance at the store of W. .^hermau 
Potts. Druggist. St. Paul. The subscriber is au 
old sailor, and as such, contributes his skill aud 
and experience to the comfort of pleasure parties. 

jy7-2w* K. G. ALDRltKJE. 



pARMER WANTED. 

I want a responsible man and wife to take 
charge of mv farm and »he«'p on scares. 800 
acres of land— W of it under plow. 200 sheep or 
more. Address, 

jyr-tf H. W. BARRY, Dundaa. 



r^OPPER TOKENS OR MEDALS, 

Blanks, Dies. Business Cards and CoUiMnions, 
lurnished cheap and in great variety. Also Na- 
tional Union League Badg***. Army Corps Badge*, 
National I'nion L<>ague l>ies, &c , at lowest job- 
bing prices. 

A. 0«DKN, No. I CUrk Place. 
Jyr-lw Room No. 16, New York. 



Q T R A Y E D . 

From the subscriber on Sunday, the 10th Inst., 
atwo vearold Heifer— new milch— red, with whito 
lacc, short, sharp horns, with a rope around them. 
Any person returning her to the Farmer's Hotel 
on .*»t. Anthony Roa**. or giving information 
wh(>re ahe may be founn will be suitably reward- 
,hI. F. M JOH.VSON, Agent for 

mvl2-tt Wlieeler k, WUsou'a Sewing Maddnea. 



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UCTION NOTICE. 



brief cessation of hostilities, during glad to learn it is not at all dangerous. 

It be appointe(i i Several surgeons from the Carver Hos- 



which Commissioners might 
lor the surrender of the city 



I pital were soon upon the spot, and Mrs. 
He also intimated that he could hold 1.^ was 



the city for an indefinite period 

Grant's reply was very brief, saying 
that Pemberton had it in his power at any 



as taken to the hospital, where tlie 
wounds were dressed by Dr. Judson, the 
efficient sni^on in charge. It was soon 
ascertained that no bones were broken, 
and it was thought that she could be eon 



gerstown. and formed in line on elevated moment to stop the bloodshed. Tlit ,k« wi,!».» HnnsA without too 

ground ifrom Funlutown, on the right j Comoiisaioners were unnecessary, as the . veyed to tho>Vhite House without too 



We have a consignment of the following good* 
to sell cheap for ca«h : Buggies, Wagons, tiuna, 
(iold aud .silver Watches, Jewelrv (. loiliiog. 
Crockery. (;rocer5es. Ijidles' Hoop 8k*rt«. sew- 
ing Machines, Iron Safes. Notions of all kind.. 
Auction sail's every evening and ►pedal skle.s at 
10 A. M., on Thinl-st., second door from the Mef- 
ctiant's Hotel, front the loree. 

j>S H. E. U.\KKU & CO., Auctioneers. 

PAYMENT OF SIOUX WAR 
VOUCHERS. 



State Auditor's Warrants, drawn aninst tho 
fund appropriated to pay the Siooz War Voueb- 
ers will be \»M by the State TreMarar, »t hiK of- 



fice, betwe«u the' bourx of 9 aud Ut A. M »d4S 
and 4 »■• -M. CHAS. 8CHEFFKR, 

jyl tf State Treaiurer, 




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'rSE SAIKT PATTIi PRESS, SATUUDiVY, JOLT 11, 1863. 



JUe ^iilnt fan! f rws. 

I'kTBI.I'^HKD I.AII.Y.TK1-WKK.KI.Y ANt. WKKKI.Y. 

The Great Battles of Wed- 
nesday and Thursday. 

1'A^riCULA.RS OF GEN. REY- 
NOLDS' DEATH. 



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ACCorsT *fF riiK 

GAUKMEST. 



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In the bittle louglit on WtHlnesilay. tho 
1st inst.. near (u-ttyslMirji. but a small 
portion of (un. MiUiU's army appears 
lo bavo bfi-n enjjaei'«l. Tlie advant*- ol 
our forces passrd throu<;h Gottvsbur;:. at 
lU o'cloi-k in the uiornin-,'. anil a (piarter 
.'St of tlu' plaie eni-ountereil 



ul a milo wo? 



ae- 



rcbel brigade 



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l.ongstroet aiul Hill, wbo attackod 
tJen^KeynoUls corps— that corps havinj,' 
theleatl. Ci-n. UejnoKls withstood the 
force ol the attack until rclicve.l by 
-uothtT corps— one account says the 
Third, and another the Eleventh- when a 
commanding position was secured. This 
position the rebels made a stroni: at- 
tempt to Hank, but they were repulsed, 
and the battle ceased lor the day at four 
o'clock 1". M.. tl'e losses haviuj,' been 

about equal. 

Correspondents j^ive the followin 

count of the cnjia;.;! inent : 

I'hKI.IMlN \KV SKIUMISIt. 

(Jen. Buford's civalry had previously 
driven the rebels to the west of the town, 
beyoml the seminary, and between nine 
and ten o'clock a m'., the rebels jrave his 
pickets a i)retty »h:irp brush, and drove 
them in. Geii." luv nobis with the Tirst 
Corps, was on the road Jrom Kuimetts- 
burir toGettvsbiirji, on his way to the lat- 
ter "ph^^"*^' ^^''''^■^' ^*'^' ^"'^'^ aiiproaches 
tl'.r(ni<.'h the verv scenes of tlie conflict. 

General Ucyuolds at onci' threw lor- 
w;ird the Fir.>t division, ui.der iieneral 
Wadsworth, which be^an to drive the 
eneinv from the start. Very sodu af- 
ter the Second division of the same corps 
went on tlie ri.i;ht of the First division, 
the Third division on the lelt of the First, 
and the -whole line began to advance. 
Nearly west of the town, just in the out- 
skirts! near th-' seminary of which I have 
spoken, is a larjje brick edifice. South- 
ward from tins runs a piece of woods, and 
the seminary stands on a rid<;e which 
slopes to the west in a little open valley 
of ploujihed fields and meadows, rich 
wllii urass and gruiu. Ueyond the valley 
is a rid<.re of higher land. tJiicklv wooded. 
The valley runs in a southwesterly direc- 
tion, and at its lower extremity is a large 
warmhouse. near which the Ki^ht Illinois 
cavalry was drawn up in thy field, and 
formed our extreme leJt. Several farm- 
houses dotteil this rich little valley. 
Across this valley (Jeneral Reynolds' line 
advanced somewliat hastily, almost bo- 
lore it was well formed, and in that con- 
•lition did not jjo far until against it a heavy 
force of rebel iuiantry was immediately 
thrown, and (ieii. Uevnolds was in turn 
driven. But his troops retired step by 
step, and n excellent order. Forward 
with t!ie utmost enthusiasm pressed the 
rebel line, eager now to turn Reynolds" 
retirement into a rout. Some of the reb- 
els had too much energy and got too far, 
for, while they pressed too closely on tiio 
right of the centre divi.sion, the lefl of 
the same division was suddenly swe[it 
around, anil then enclosed, in the hand- 
somest manner, an entire 
under Gen. Archer. 

CAHTll'.K OK V KKIJKI. GK.N'KK.VI. — DKATI! 

DV (;km;i:ai. UKVNor.Ds. 

General Archer and his whole start" 
•were taken. About fifteen hundred of 
the enemy's men thus tell into our hands 
and went to the rear. Tiie regiments 
■which made this capture were the Sixth 
Wisconsin, th(! l5ro(>kl\ n Fourteenth and 
the Minety fifth New York. 

Though the Fii>t corps still continued 
to retire, the rebel advance was broken 
soon after this, and Gtmeral KeynoWs 
now prepared to go forward in earnest. 
Aj)[tarently lorgeliiil that he had at first 
only gone in to support cavalry, he was 
very likely to bring on a general engage- 
ment "with only one corps. Formed as 
before, his tine went forward and drove 
the enemy a'.-ross the valley and over the 
ridge at the further si<le: but it was at 
great expense to us. as the nre with which 
tluy received our fedows w. s terribly 
severe. From the hill the line of skir- 
mishers was thrown out some ilistance, 
and General Reynolds went out to the 
line to reconnoitre, when he was hit by a 
musket ball in the back of the neck, and 
killed instantly. 

Another correspondent says : 

Major General Rcynohls was jdaeing 
bis men when he was fatally wounded, 
and urging them on to the support of 
General Rufbrd. He cried out in his 
enthusiasm, "For God's sake ! forward, 
my brave boys — forward I"' Ami forward 
they did go--the iron brigade of old Col. 
Meredith's, which has ni'ver failed since 
the war began. Just then (J»neral Rey- 
nolds received his fatal wound, and fall- 
ing over upon Captain Wilcox, his aid, 
who was riding beside him, he exclaimed, 
'•Good God, Wilcox, 1 am killed!" 

1U>T WOHK. 

At half-past two o'clock, while the bat- 
teries e.xchangefl a heavy fire ard some 
sharp musketry woke up the echoes on 
the right, the rebels advanced in heavy 
force against the first corps, which slowly 
retreated from the hills beyond the valley 
to high ground near the seminary, where 
it prepared to make all the resistance it 
was capable of. It was reinforced there 
by some dismounted dragoons, and fought 
in the open field ; for, though some rail 
fences were thrown down across the front 
of our line, they afforded no cover. From 
the woods beyond the farmhouses, and 
across the open space, a rebel force of 
perhaps three large brigades advanced 
iiandsomely in line of battle, while tlu; 
the rebel batteries near the general centre 
shelled our position hotly to cover the 
advance. 

On came the line, right up within shot 
range of our position, when it was opened 
upon with a nre so sharp and well served 
as to stagger and then completely re- 
pulse it. liackward went the line that 
came forward in such good or<ler, a mere 
mass of stragglers, each of whom made 
the best of his way across the ])lain. 

TIIK REUKI. LINK nilOKKN. 

■>Vblle the musketry was |very hot in 
front of General Doubleday, a party of 
about one hundred rebels stole through 
the woodji well up on Doubleday's left 



flank, and tired a large barn, on«' of llK»s» 
imtncnse inngarines of breadstuff's tlutiu 
l\>nnsvlvania so overtop the comparative- 
ly small larm-houses. An immens«r blaek 
column i>f smoke si>on began to asremi 
from the roof, breaking out presently in- | 
to a white sulphureous cloud, and tlien 
into a fierce red bla/e. Tnder cover ol 
this tire the rebel skirmishers cxeh.Hnge«l 
numerous sh«»ts with a line of skimushers 
from the cavalry on our e.xtreme left. 
Repulsed, but not vanquished, the rebel 
line was retormed and reinforced ; and 
now. for a secoml time, came on a fori-e 
nearlv twice as great as at first. Once 
more', also, the batteries threw shells, 
answered by our batteries on the left, and 
also by batteries of ours on the extreme 
right.'whichatthis time threw shell at 
the position on the enemy's centre, l/nce 
more the rapid rattle ol our file fire broke 
out, and once more the rebel line was 
broken and went to the right about in 
tront. 

OVW lORCKS CiIVI.N*; W.4Y. 

There is a invsterious fatality eon- 
necled with the third time: and so, aller 
a bdl and period oi' comparative quiet ol 
twentv minutes, onward lor a third time 
came the rebels, .luite as orderly as be- 
fore, their line of skirmishers firing as 
thev came on. In so great force was this 
line that it completely overlapped the line 
of the First Corps on both flanks. Two 




en 



brigades on the right were quite out of 
ammunition, and the onler was given to i 
retreat on the town, and our boys aceord- 
in-dy retreated in good order, while the 
reUds rushetl forward with yells to our. 
position. On c^iue the enemy's fourth 
line, further to the right of the third, in 
<'ood order, skirmishers alieaii, until the 
position at the seminary was reached, 
when thev came forward with a rush, and 
occupied* a hill we ha<l deeinetl it worth 
while not to hold alter the other was 
taken. On also came another line in 
support behind thisJ, and our cavalry on 
the extreme left began to retire. 

Tin: B.\1TI.E OF TUUKSD.VY. 
General Reynolds, it seems more and 
more clear, fo'ught rashly on Wednesday, 
anil verv juobably against the wishes of 
the com'uiander of the army ; yet this bat- 
tle, which lost us many men, gave us full 
information of the whereabouts of the 
enemy's main body, and committed the 
enemy to the position north of ^ Gettys- 
burg, or perhaps led him to bfclievo that 
we had the greater force in his front than 
we tiien had, and so made him fear to 
n.ake any such considerable movement as 
would be necessary to take up a new po- 
sition in presence of this army. At Get- 
tysburg all tlie good roads in this part of 
'lie county converge. All the other roads, 
except those that meet here, are mere by 
ways for the use of the neighborhood, 
narrow and soon cut up, and thus render- 
ed unfit for the movement of arms. 
N orthward from Gettysburg run roads to 
llarrisburg, and southwani from it run 
three roads, the principal and best of 
which is the IJaltimore turnpike. For any 
movement towards its own border, there- 
fore, the possession of these roads which 
run to the south was necessary to the 
Southern army, and these roads, once in 
our possession, the position of tli« 
Southern army became critical ; for should 
Lee attempt to retire by any other roads 
than these, we should have a shorter line 
to any point on this route, and could 
consequently hit him whenever we might 
choose : while if he should fight us with- 
out these roads and win, he would win 
but little more than a war to 
net out, and if decisively beat- 
his defeat would be very cisastrous 
(Jeneral Meade, therefore, began from 
the first to cross his forces in such a man- 
ner as would enable him to hold these 
roatls to the best advantages. South of 
the town the country is generally hilly ; 
but there are three hills that tleserve e.«- 
I)ecial mention, a.s they form the ]>oints 
on which our line is drawn — Cemeteiy 
hill, in the southern edge of the town ; a 
nameless hill half a mile to the east of 
Cemetery hill, and Sugar lx)af hill, direct- 
Iv south of Cemetery hill and two miles 
distant from it. Between Cemetery hill 
and Sugar Loaf hill the country is open 
and level, and our men in that position 
faced directly west Irom Cemetery hill to 
the nameless one: we faced to the north, 
and between the latter and Sugar Loaf 
hill you look to the southeast. Our po- 
sition was there a somewhat irregular tri- 
angU;, and its peculiarity was that, prac- 
tically, it had no flanks : for in case of 
necessity the line could have swept around 
so that the extreme right and lefl would 
meet on the turnpike. Our line from 
Cemetery hill, to the right was on a rocky 
ridge, very thickly wooded ; and here, 
during the early part of the day, some 
defenses were constructed under the di- 
rection of Generals Wdliams and Geary. 
of the Twelfth Corps, which was posted 
at this place. Though many ot those 
who helped to construct these defenses 
tiiought that they would, like countless 
others, amount to very little when the 
fight came, they proved eventually to be 
of the utmost value. 

(Jen. Steinwehr occupied Cemetry Hill, 
which commands the town, while the fight 
raged on Wednesday, and at the «!lose of 
that day's battle the remnants of the first 
and eleventh corps were posted there and 
a little down the line to the right and left, 
and there they remained on Thursday at 
tlie commencement of the second battle. 
( )n the open coun;.ry to our left lay the 
second and third corps, and the fifth was 
so massed as to fill up the third line. The 
sixth was put near to the fifth when it 
came iqi. 

(3n Cemetery Hill we had several batte- 
ries, and, indeed, every point that couhl 
|)Ossibly command a fire was crowned 
with a battery ; for, in addition to the 
guns regularly attached to the corps, we 
had up the reserve artillery. Through- 
out the wide extent of the fields enclosed 
within our lines ambulances and ammu- 
nition trains were parked everywhere, 
and it proved that they were' all under 
fire, for the field of fire of the rebel guns 
opposite our right met that of the rebel 
guns opposite our left in this enclosed 
space, and shidls exploded everywhere, 
and round shot hustled through the air 
in every dirction. 

After what had taken place on Wed- 
nesday, and with the knowledge of the 
fon-e that had (;ome up, there was good 
reason to believe, and all in camp did 
believe, that the day would be ushered in 
with the noise of battle. Day broke in 
(juict however, and breakfast was taken 
at ease. Now and then there were little 
disput«-3 between the enemy's pickets and 
ours, in the streets of the town, for we 
held part and they part, and sometimes a 
gun in one of our batteries would send 
an experimental shell towards the ene- 
my's lines. The enemy through all of 
this, kept marvellously shy with his artil- 
lery, and did not fire a shot, which, it was 
thought, indicated that heavy ammuni- 
t on was scarce in the rebel (ramp. 

During all the earlier part of the day, 
but little was known in respect to the 
enemy's movements, but it was thought 
to be clearly made out tliat he was mass- 
ing his forces on our extreme right. In 
view of this, additional preparations were 



made'te nIMt wi0evcr\miuht foim- in 
that dirvcV ion. Bjit ihtie wuic »Oiue who 
thought Irom the first that the, movements 
ot the enemy towards our right were 
made only lor a show, and to distract at- 
tention Irom more important points ; for 
such was the nature ol the country that 
had the enemy really v;islied to mass his 
forces there, he could have done it with- 
out making a nian visible. 

All day more or less |»icJcet firing had 
taken pfai-e on our left, and it became 
])retty sharp between two and three i*. M. 
Som«'' inovementa were in progress behind 
thi.« fire, and to develoj) these General 
Sickles was ordered to advance with tlie 
whole third corps. This advance brought 
«m the general engugeuient Undej- 
cover of a tire from the eight brass pieces 
in battery on the open lleld, tin- corps 
went forward in line of b.ittle, t-orps and 
division and brigade colors all in the air, 
ami the men in excellent spirits. Then 
the enemy's artillery, so long silent, be- 
gan on our left at the jneees in the field. 
In turn our jiici-cs on Cemetery Hill 
opened on those ol the enemy in the field ; 
other batteries ol the enemy nearer our 
center openeil on those «m Cemetery Hill, 
and so it went arou >d until our guns im 
tlie northern face ol the hill engaged the 
eneiuv's batteries two miles across the 
country, on our right. The whole valley 
in which (iettysburg lies was one immense 
network, with the trace ol shells Irom 
battery to battery. 

Such a eoditlon of tiro on our position 
naturally necessitated some movement of 
ambulances and ammunition wagons, and 
in ten minutes after the extensive duel 
began the Baltimore turnpike was lined 
with vehicles in motion towards safer 
places. All sorts of shaky fellow.s also 
improved this ojiportunity to ellect a 
slight skedaddle, and soon the column of 
men in motion towards the rear became 
more considerable than tie column of ve- 
iiicU'S. When men U'gin to go each addi- 
tional shell thai explwles in llic air abovi- 
them makes them want to go faster, and, 
owing to this peculiar constitution of the 
human animal, a stampede ilown the Bal- 
timore road was imminent, when a line ol 
men was established and every fellow dis- 
posed to retire was forced to the front. 

By this shelling Cemetery Hill was 
cleared. All day it h.ail been occupied 
bv lines of men, and there groups ol of- 
ficers gathered together, inspected the 
position and canvassed the possiUiliiies. 
Many men sat upon the graves, leaned 
again^t the tombstones, and recounted 
their various mischan.es. Orderlies came 
and went incessantly, for there Generals 
Howard and Steinwehr h.id their head- 
quarters. Altogether the city of the dead 
was a very lively place ; but very soon .af- 
ter the artillery lire became warm, it was 
deserted by all but the (jcnerals, who.se 
headquarters were there, and the men 
necessary to hold the place. 

Meantime the musketry lire on our left 
seemed to become every moment more 
and more fierce. Already the Third 
corps had once been driven in disorder 
from ground it had won. but, rallied l)y 
(ieneral Sickles in person, it had again 
gone forward ard now held its place with 
desperate U'nacity against a very heavy 
force, for this advance on our left hid de- 
veloptJd that the enemy's force were in 
reality massed here ; and when the Third 
corps took the initiative, it only pre- 
cipitatetl an attempt on the jiart of the 
enemy which might otherwise come when 
we were not so well prepared to receive 

it. 

Hani pressed C)n its whole line, the 
Third corps culled for support, and at 
five I'. M. the Fifth corps was inarched 
from its position on the Baltimore turn- 
pike, by a little cross road right across to 
the liltl(! hill just north ol Sugar Loal 
Hill, and went into action on the left of 
the Third corjis. This advance developed 
still further the intention of the enemy, 
which was to get around our left llank, 
and so to get at the Fmmettsburg road, 
and perha|)S .at our ammunition wagons 
near it. As the division ol regulars and 
Grilfin's division of the Filth corps went 
forward, and before the fire had opened 
on their front, some fire swept from their 
left down the line, and the right brigade 
of the division of regulars was wheeled 
so as to liice that way. Ko sooner had 
it done so than the fire in front opened, 
which then came in the rear of the right 
brigade, and threw it into some confusion : 
but it was rallied and went on again, and 
the line of the two divisions drove the 
enemy before it until it had taken the po- 
sition previously occupied by one of the 
enemy's batteries. 

Here a fire was concentrated on these 
two divisions from batteries further to 
the rear, and at the same time the enemy 
was reporte<l on their lelt. At once the 
line was ordered to retire, and went back 
steadily to the crest of the hill. 'J'liis 
hill was not particularly precipitous, but 
on the front it was rough and rocky, an<l 
the crest was covered with a growth of 
scrub oakes . 

It was half an hour before sunset, and 
now came the final grnat attempt with 
which the reb<ds usually endeavor to 
close up great engagements — the attempt 
which certainly has in the larger number 
ol instances been crowned with fuceess. 
Here, however, it met a difl'erent fate. 
Two divisions, winch proved to be An- 
derson's and McLaw's, of Longstreet's 
corps, were formed n)r this great at- 
tempt, and came forward in their usual 
magnificent style. They had dillicult 
ground to come over; but on they came, 
over rocks and through the low wood, 
until within a fair distance, when they 
made a rush with all possible yells roared 
out in one. They tlid not keep their 
line very even, but they were scarcely 
h'ss impetnous as a mass than they wouhl 
have been in line. They killed men on 
the crest of the hill, over the crest, ami 
men were even driven well down on the 
other side ; but these rallied on tho.se 
that held their places, and bullets were 
poured into the rebel mass by volleys. 
Checked, broken, beaten back by this 
one Titanic ell'ort of the Fifth corns, the 
attacking column was scattered down the 
hill, and the battle was over on the left, 
with the enemy completely beaten. 

In twenty minutes after the heavy fight 
was over on our lefl, the last vestige of 
daylight was gone, and the moon was so 
much enveloiK'd in clouds that it was 
scarcely y»08Sible to see at nil. .lust in 
this impenetrable darkness the fire of 
pickets began across on our right, and in 
a little while swelled into a heavy contin- 
uous fire. This was at the post where 
the Twelfth corps had been placed early 
in the day, but when the battle became 
doubtful on our left, all of the TwelUli 
corps but one briir.a<lc had been sent over 
there. The lirigade thus left was the 
Third, of (ieneral Geary's division, made 
up of five New York regiments — the 
Sixtieth, Seventy -eighth. One Hundred 
and Second. One Hundred and thirty- 
.seventh, and One Hundred and Forty- 
ninth, and was commanded by Brig. (leii. 
George S. Greene. Though the force 
was so light the command was in worthy 
hands, and thus our brigad«' was enabled 
to hoM a line which had previously been 
occupied by a corps. Gen. Wadsworth 




sent down a lew men xrom^w ifl cor;)s, 
and C(.I. D.nidJrcland, ^' t)le ohi One 
I Jlundre<l and Thirty-seventh New York, 
gathereil together some loose men on tin; 
road, and compelle.l them to take their 
places behind tin- field Works agninsttjcn. 
Greene's position. 

The enemy advanced in two lines. Our 
men held thl-lr jdaces well, and repulsed 
at this point limr 'hargen, when the cne- 
mv gave up all further cllorls. Though 
I recount General (irenie's victory thus 
briefly, the fire on his front was continu- 
ous lor thirty miiiutca. 



MERCHANTS' Dfl|PATOH. 



F.^ViST FllEIOHT LIIVK 



0\V.\KU AND MANAOKb BY 



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Company. 



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^'KWN UTE.IIM. 
— It is stated l)y a eorrespoiulent of the 
New York Tribune that Hon. Thaddeus 
Stevens, of Lancaster, IVnnsylvania, is 
the loser of $l(Mt,()(K) by the rebel inva- 
sion, the rebels Imviiig destroyed his iron 
mills near Gettysburg, and stolen all his 
teams. This loss embraces aboutall Mr. 
Stevens was worth. 

— Consideral)le interest has been lelt 
to know what recejition the two nominees 
lor Governor of Ohio would meet in the 
armies of the South. Responses have 
been received from both sides ol the lines 
in Southern Tennesse, and we place them 
side bv side as follows : 



On antl arter this dutc, by special arraiigoment, 

The Merchauts' Dispatch 

Will rt'oc-ivc and fcirwanl from tlil^ city to Now 

York Hud IJoHtoiifrcijilits requiring <iulck 

traiiMportatioii, at 

Lower Incites antl in 
Xiettei* Tinie, 

Thau can b^' obtained by any other routu or con. 

vvyauoi- t'.\cfi)t llie n'RuIar Kxi'tPHi', by 
j»a»scng('r trains. 



1b0CWfc.EY, CAXl-VEl^ &: CO., 

** (Succegiors to Co<JMnr,iyrwi.;Kfc Co.,> 

WHOLESALE GROCEllS 

AND .I-*-!. 

Comfnit^sion IMCer'cJiantiBj, 

IMPORTERS AND DE ALU It 8 IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOl 
mKjeu. FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Ac, Ac, 
JACKSON STKEET, BEtWEEN LEVEE AND THIRD, 8AINT I'ALL, MLNN 
'Xeinits -------- CA.SH:. 



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IlKKKK 



Tin; 
i.im:h. 
lie (Vailinulitrliani) 
is tuir mail. — C/iatta- 

lliit'i/zl lifhil. 

West on Monday 
■ial from 



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S E TV^ I TV O 

MERIT ALONE MAKES 



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VALUABLE. 



KKOM UOSKAILV.NK 
MY. 

'I'liis anuy jrreet 
lirou^'li. — lien. Uur 

Hclil's lUspatrh. 

— A dispatch sent, 
morning, purporting to l>e u .''pcc 
Cairo'to the New York Sundaij Merrnry, 
relative to an engagement between .lohii- 
ston's and Grant's forces, is abase fabri- 
cation. No such dispatch was sent from 
Cairo. The dispatch from Dcs Moines, 
relative to the movements of the Indians, 
is also bogus. 

— The steamer llan-iet rinckney, four 
and a half days from liermuda, arrived at 
Halifax, Sunday the r>lh, with Vallandig- 
h;\m and several other iiassengers from 
Charleston anil Wilmington. 

The last heard from Tulluhoiua was 

that our forces are moving towards Chat- 
tanooga. No battle is expected this side 
of that placx?, but a great one there. It 
is as hard a place to take as Vicksburg. 
and the rebels are thoroughly prep.ired 
to dispute us. 

Tjik Cim a<,() CaXai. Convkntiox. — 
A inoiftiug ol the Executive Committee of 
the Chicago Canal Convention, w.as held 
on Thursday, dulv L", at (he St. Nicholas 
Hotel, in New York. I. N. Arnold, ol 
Chicago, was chosen chairman, and Col. 
Foster secretary. Tlie lommittee was 
appoinfe<l at the recei t convention at 
( hicago, for the chief purj)ose of prepar- 
ing a memorial to the President and Con- 
gress Mr. Hills, of Iowa, moved the 
appointment of a sub-committee to draft 
such memorial ; the motion prevailed, and 
the committee was constituted thus : 
Messrs. Hills, of Iowa, Dawes, of !Mas- 
sachusetts, Howes, of Missouri, Chamber- 
lain, of Ohio, Edwards, of New Hamp- 
shire, together with the i.iesideiit 
con.mittee, I. N. Arnold, and 
president, A. A. Low. 



All tiliipnicnts received at door of si Ipperand C.e. 
livrred nt destination 

FREI<: OP CARTAGE. 



The well known reputation of this lino in trans- 

jiorting Westward bound bu.«inos8, during 

tlio hist ten yeari:, will W. 

A SUl'TICIENT GUARANTEE 

Tliat all contracts made by It, will be faithfully 
carried out. 



In the Department of 

IL. I Q u o ifc s A IV r> ^ £: o ^ rr » 

Our stock will be found iaugk and cumplete &t all tim<>8, and at pric<Mt to Kuit the vit-we o 
', .♦.! .ifiisr Viiliii ut ••; ■ closest buyers. Decen)l>er 1, 18^ 

WHEKLER & WILSON'S ~ 

m: A. c H I :rv 

A SEWING MACHINE 
The People are perceiving that 

Grlowing" ILepi'esentatioiis are not >Ierit« 

Tliat it Is economy and wisdom to purchase only Sewing Madiines of known practical utility. 
THIS MACHI.NK IS PROFITABLE AXD AVAILABLK A MFK TIME. 
An r.nnual dividend of 1<X» to 5fK) percent, (on itf co.ft) may be obtaiiinj in its use, bv its posecbsion. 
Tlicreare over i'6,'>ii<» WHKLLEIt ."fc WILSON Madiiiies in Uf^e in tlii" cour.try anfl Kur-.pe. 
It Ir the only Machine in the world making the Lock-btitcli wiUi the itutatiug Uook aud u>ing the 
iih\*< F<iot. 

Tiie Wll i;i:r.KK & WILSON MACiriNK.S are riplit, and if they do not operate well it i? I»ecaus9 
people are uyi I'ully instrucU-d in their use. 

Cir'ALL MACUI.\'K.S AUK WAUJ'.AXTKD, AXI> FfLL IN.STltrCTK>NS CIVKX.^^EJ 
All persoiLS owning WHKKLKlt & WILSON MACHINES can have them properly ndjusted, aud 
full in.«truction.s given In tlieir use, tree of cliarge, by calling at th*- WHKLLEU &. WJLiioN 
ItOO.MS, in tlje Greenleaf Block, Third street, a few door., Uiow tlie I'ost OJlic^. 

F. ]\1. aOHTVSO.X, Agent. 

St. raul, Feb. 10th, 18f.3. febll-tf 



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The Mercliaiits' Dispatch 

Is also prepared to offer increaRed Ibcilitieji, both 
in time and rates, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our freiglit.s ere transported by Emigrant and 

fast Freight Expre.^s trains, and handled I>y 

our own men nt all points of transfer. 

CluiiHA for I^onseA ami Daiuag'«'a will 

l»r iiruiuiitly adjuateil at tliia 

Omcc. 

For rates or furMi'T information inquire of 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO., 

Agents. 
St. Paul, .lune l.sth, ISfirj. jel!K3m 

AT A. BL.\KEMAN'S THE 

NEW JEWELRY STORE, 



rW^MM^ 



JUST RECEIVED 

e-; P R O A L * S , 

An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

Gum Blankets, Gum Pouches, Gum Coals. Gum Talmas Gum 

Wadiug Boots, etc., rlc. . 

ALSO, ALL SORTS OF LEATHER TR.WELING CON^'ENIENCES. 



ol 
the 



th( 
\ ire 




'WUf Fame of a M«h««i IWlaa Xravellng-. 

I'he lint' of tele^rraph extending from 
this place to St. Paul has been sold an«l 
transferred hy James M. Winslow, tlie 
I'urmer proprietor, to Me.ssrs. Albert II. 
Smitlvand Z. G. Simmons, of Ivenosha, 
Wisconsin, The purchasers arc amon<: 
the principal owners of the Wisconsin 
telcf^raph line.«, and are men of approved 
bu.vincss ri'pntation and responsibility. 
The union ol the two lines will nn(lou!)t- 
lly result to tiic jniblic benefit — the 



et 



more so as Mr. Winslow, the rctiiin^' 
manager, w.a8 so exact injj as to h.avc 
earned the tide in this State of a pmall 
despot in his w.ay. — W'inin a Rejiubiican. 



BOOIi: BIIVOERY 



AND 



Blank Book Manufactory. 



Four door.-! b«dov- TIiOiU\KOX & BROTHER'S 

Bank, aud next doorlwlow SHAW'S 

Fashionable Hat .Store, 

On Tliircl Street, 

Can be 8ccu splendid 

SILVKU TF-.V SFT.'J, CAKK BASKETS, ICE 
riTCHKltS, CASTORS, 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Ojiol and Ruby Riup.i, Solid tjold Ear- 
Riiig« and I'in.s in sets, 

Fi'oiii si«*l*5 to ^SO. 

)4I10,000 worth of SETH THOMAS CLOCKS 

.lUST RECKIVED. 

Those wishing to sujiplv themselves with a per- 
fect Cloclv, will l)iiy the SKTII THO.MAS 
CLOCK of 

X. lj._Th<^ Cheap Ameriean Gothic Clock, at 
Factory price.s. .MlAvarraiited to run well. 



Tlie I*i*ewH l*i*iiitiiier Co, 

Have In nurcessful operation th^larccst and most 
complete IWnilery in Hinnesofa, embracing the 
a'est and most improved macliiiiery. Eniploylnj; 
only competent and careful workmen, aid ucinjt 
the best iiMterial, they hope to continue to give 
satisfaction to all, 

PAPER RULeT)~TO ORDER, 

AMD TO ANY l-ATTKUN, 

LEnCERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS', COM- 
MIRMAL AND COU.VTY BOOKS, AXD 

BLANK. BOOKS OF EVERY KLND, 

MAOK IS TIIE l»K8T MASNKK. 

Old I3ools:s I^o-13oixi:icl 

MA CAZISKS, rKniODJCALS, 
3VITJSIC, &o., Are., 

Bound in Any Stylo Desired, 

I'rom tlie lo\ve-t priced work to I lie liij,'hcsl style 
of the art. 



MICHIGAN CENTRAI. RAIL- 
ROAD. 

Oreat 0<''iitval Route 



To New Yoiiv, New England and the 
Canadas. 

Onandafler SUN'DAY, April lOth, lSf..1,tralns 
leavo the Creat CentralUniou Depot, foot of Lake 
street, ati follows : 

».30 w. m Day Express (Except Sundays) 

arrives nt Detroit at fi.ViO r, .v., 
hU'iM'Hsion Brid;,'e at .•t.MiA, m., 
Albany, H."*" r. m.. New York, 
H.'.') 1". M., Boston, ll.l.'i r. M. 
».!» p. m.— Nilfht KxpressCK.xcept Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit at 0.05 .\. M., 
.Suspennion Bridpe, 4..VI i". M., Ai- 
bauv, i.'*-> A. M., New York, 10.15 
A, M., r.oston, •-■.-f) e. M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Knilroad, leave 
Chicago at 7.:W) a. m., Mail Train; 7,15 P. M. tust 
ExpreHS. 

■| he 7. 15 r.M. train leaving ChlcajforunsthrouRli 
to CInciiuiati without chaiijfe of .-ar* or baggage, 
RUTTAN'S l'*TKNT VKNTILATORS 
On Cars of Day Express Trains. 
Patent Sleeping Vjurs on Night Trains. 
numruV'^ <'h*cU«'«I ThrouK-li. 
»«- Through tickets for sale at all Trineipal 
KuilroadOtlicesiuthe West, at the(;.'ii.'ral OlTice, 
corner Lake and Dearborn streets, (under the 
Tremout House,) Chicago, and at the Depot. 

R N RICK, IJeneral Superintendent. 
■ ■ H.C. WKNTWdUril, 

m)'«-tf Oen'l Western Pass. Ag't, Chicago- 

'cJRTocTERri E H , 



SHORES & TATOB 
"Wlioleisnlo Oi*ocer», 

47 South Water Street, 

CMICA-GO. 



A iTXE ASSORTMKNT of the American 
manufactured \Vateh adjusted to heat and cold, 
and the most perfect timer made, A. BLAKF/- 
.MAN ^ellg them at manufactory prices. lX)n't 
mistake the place. Be sure that you call iu at 
THE MCW JEWELRY STORE. ttpl8-ly 



W 



A N T E 1) ! 



.V Girl to Cook, Wash, 4c , in a small family. 
Neue but % competent person need apply to 

BOOKSTORE, 



In the 




POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



L. «HOKKS,. 

m31-<hn . 



.F. D. TATOK 



HATTALION! 



RKORIJITS WANTED. 

^40 13oixnty I 

TRANSPORTATION AND ROARD 
WILL BE PAID. 

The men will l>e enligted for three years or 
during the Indian War on our Iroiitier. Thi." 
enlistment avoids the draft, which .should boa 
great induceuient to those suliject to the same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN, 

Corner of Seventh aud Jaokson-sts,, 

jeJ5lf S»' Pa"'- 

BOOTS & SHOES 



AT 



VER y LOW PRICES, 



AT 



KILPATRICK'S. 



St. Paul, Juno e.isai. 



efl 



FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

or AM. KINDS. 

Also, WarflhouBcTrurkg, Letter 
ir^ji^ . - Presses, ftc, &c. 

•taTRBANKS, GREEN LEAF <t CO., 
172 Ijike .Street, Chicago. Kor sale in St. Paul, 
by.!. O. » H.C. HurtHni- * Oo. . ,, ^ , 

Be careful to buy only the genuine. JcM-dwly 




Oorner Tliii-d a.n<l Kol>ei't-Sts. 

January li, ISKl.— ly. 



ttflS 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

I^^^ILI^o^x>. 

On and after MONDAY, JUNE 15th, Passenger Trains will run as follows : 
Leave St. PaoL Arrive at St. Anthony. 

6 :20 A. M. 
12:05 M. 
:35 P. M. 



5 


:45 


A. 


M 


11 


:30 


A. 


M 


6:0U 


P. 


M 



ai<.-:l 



Leave St. Anthony. 


Arrive a 


8 :00 A. M. 


8:05 


2:00 p. M. 


2:35 


6:00 P. M. 


6:35 



St, Piul. 

A. M. 
P. M. 
P. M. 



apli^ tf 



AV. 13. jL^ITOHFIELI), 

Oeiiex-al Sui>ei-iiiten<ieiit, 



THE QALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

VE:N ERE^A^L I3ISEA.SES, 



AM> 






All Affections of the Urinary and iienerali\e 
,__ Organ.^, &:r., \'e. 

This Institution was organized under a special charter in l«(i. The method of treatment adopted 
- .«>...._ ,. . ,. 1. •■---~«:sh and Americijn liospitals. Phe attending 



Witliout degradirg it into empyri- 
and "benevolent associations." he. 



ihev could obtain in La>tirn 



jc ix arranged in sep.artte apartments, so that those who desire can consult the doctor with 
t privacv The Institute Is provided with a Spintwt'T for measuring the vital cajacity. arrt 
robpr'«'Paiwii7iiiui!=tiI:on for developing the muscular sysiem in Semiiia! A\ eakuo.-s and 



.. the same :is that einplo\ed in the be-^t French, Enpli.-^ 

physiciiiii is a regular graduate of the Colltgii Medici iihio(iisi.<. 

( i.<m, as is practiced bv advertising .piacks, "former sufferers," •, ,. „»i,» 

like iticord, Civiale, Vldal, Bumstead. Ace, l»s iiiade this branch ot Surgery a sjiecialify rurmg tlie 

past teu years, aud is prepared to give jiatieuts as good treatment as " ' " "" 

Cities. 

The olfice i 
the utmost _ 

Prof, i^chre'ber's I'aitgiju, ,.■,,<-,,....„ ",-.■?, ••■- -■•-- -. - - . , ,,„,;,^ 

other wa-^ting di.«ea.<es ; aho an imiiroved apparatus and all tlie apphauce.s for a.tiiunist.rhig Mcdua- 
ted Fiiviioatum llothn, novf so celebrated in Europe for tlie cun- ot Syphiimc disi'ases 

V.'hile i prescribe for a"l kinds of disea.<es. attention is given more speciallv to ttie following :— 
Svphilis in all its stages; Gonorrha-a; Gleet: .«<triPt«re; AffiH-tions ol tne Kidney.*, Bla.l<.er,&c 
livdrocele, or Dropsy <)f the Scrotum, V.iricoc'le, and other diseases ot the lestic'es au-1 t oid; 
Pheum-i ism Piles, Fistula, and Diseases of the Bectum and Anus; and all complaints i>ecnhar to 
Females. aIso, SpermaforrhiEa, or .S>Bi;»fl/ ireoknesis, for which uurtreatineiu is now admilttJ ;o 
be even more succe.-sfnl than that of Lalleniand, of Monti>elier. , . . .i ,„ „,^ 

PATIENiS AT A DISTANCE— rr«»ie<l.t>y correspondence, and Medicines sent under seal to cure 
anv case nt home. Full particulars furnished on application by letter. .. _ „„,„... 

Jrsr PC It LIS H F.I )— The Jtth edition of our .IM/'ca." /.Viort. fontauiing ,o jvages and numeroan 
engravings, treating on the above diseases : .sent to any address on i eccij.t of price, 1 j ct*. Abo, 2 j 
nress, and nearlv r. adv, the Vnd edition of our large work on Venenml ^u^gery. 

^Oilice in Concert Hall Block, near the Pest Office. Cousaltauous c*u be had j-om » A..M. 
p. M. Sundavs '.> to 10 a. M. All letters should he directed to 

THE GALENIC INSTITUTE, 

(Box U".'.) Saint Paul, Jfinirsota. 



to 1 



JT-» 







TOE CHEAP CASH STORE A 
LITTLE AHEAD. 



For IlMtM. TKice. Iloaclirs. Anta. Ii«^ 
Bugrs, !ll«tlta in Mf urm, W*«ll<*ii«. A'C, 
■ B««ic*t»o'n l*lants,K'o««l*. Anfmala.&c 

Piitupin2.">c,5rtcand$1 Boxes, Bottles and Flicks 
t^iandii^it for Hotels, I'tiblic Jnntitution-n, tfc. 

"Only infallible remedies known." 

" Free from Poisons." 

" Not dangerous to the Human Family." 

" Hats come out of their holes to die.'' 
#5"Sold Wholesale In all large cities. 
Sold bv all Druggists and Retailers everywhere. 
«i' '. 11 Bk.w.xkk : ! ! of all worthless imitations. 
*a~ S»M> that " COHTAU's" names is on each Box, 

Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 
asa- Address !«*::«« V R. COSXAIt> 
JM-FUINflfAL DKfur 4*2 BfOADWAV, N. Y. 

«a- Sold by DAY fc JENKS, 
Wholesale aud Itetall Agents, 
ap.10-d 4 wfim St. Paul, Minnesota. 

"BACrlzB V/ORKS 

MANUFACTURINa COMPAHY, 




STEAHI E^MXESOR BOILERrjyj 

PATENT FIRE RVAPORATORS, ] 

PATENT SUGAR CANK MILLS, 

rATEVTSTBAM COII. K VAl»OR.VTORR, 

PATENT STAMP MIIA^ 

I^)R 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Clrcwlars, with cuts and descriptions 
prices, &c. ; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MH^LS 

AND M.\CHINKKy OK AM. nESCRIPTlONS, 

Too numerous to mention. 
CUICAOO, - - iLLtMOis. 

P. W. GATR6, PresfdflBt. 
N. B. Agenta wanted everywhere. 



THE PEOPLE SAY THEY CAN BUY 

DRY GOODS 

A. Little Olioapor at 

"The Cheap Ca.^h StonV 

THAN ANY OTHER PLACF. IN TOW^. 
' If yon do not b<>lievr it, "CO -ME AXD .SEE.' 
We have a si^lendid stock of 

33R.ESS G^OOI>S, 

LAWNS, PRINTS, TIOOP SKIRTS. BALMO- 
KaLS, CI/)THS, CASSIMEKy:S. 

And all kinds of 

Fauej and Domestic (lOods. 

>\Tiich we will be glad to show to anv wishing to 
i purchase. Rememlx'r the place, 

, No. 218 Third Street, 
n-ext door to n. w, express offick. 
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

' JeS-tf 



I L I T A R Y 



Oflaioers' Cavalry- 'Boat»^ 



OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 



OfHcers' Zouaves, 



AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 



or 



mr7-dkw1v 



TTENRY McKENTY. 

nKAT.KR IW 

REAT^ ESTATE, 

SAINT PAUL, MfXN'ESOTA. ^ 

O^Vlll also locate iJind Wamnts latimt 

Seal EsUte on Commission. 1 anS-dkwly 



BOOT & SHOE, 



yir.r tv 



iHOUtf 



ft ,' 
CAN BK FOUND AT 

WM. 9. SMjrra 4 



€».'». 



^ 





1.^ 



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THE SAINl.- PAUL TiJESS, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1863. 



?!»; J^aint ^m\ ^m», 



Pits"** 






<)FF10K— AlVIOlMNU IIIK UKIIKJK. 

T4.riM*:-UAIl.V JM:KSS-»>' uwil. fS.CH) p.'r 
uiiiiUM.or rm- IMT uionlll ini'iiriulily tmulvitHce. 

llM-Wr.KKI.Y IMtKiSS— *.". p.-r iiiuium; ♦•i.JO 
tiir-*iv iiuuu:^; Jil.-.'fif.»rthi-.'.'iiioiitlis; Hv,'c.>|>- 
l.■.-•,tl..•lu«u.Ul^o^s, *»..)«' .Moli; t.'ii ilo., *4 »'acli. 

WI.I.KLY n:KSS— «»ii.' I'opy, om- yt-ar, #v!; 
liv.' Ill iiior.'. ^I.r."> .'U'-li ; •''» '"• "i»»r<'. to oiif a.l- 
aivs^. :*!,«'i«eai'h : t*i'uiy or more, to one addrcad, 



lt.•n.•^ 



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Kacttaild. S<iuuro. 
♦0 40 

ro 

1 (H) 

I ."0 

•.' 00 

-'.W 

4 tH» 

(M) 
HO 

JuitUfuioiilli-! -'•' "0 Su fO 

First iKip" uilvi'itiM-iiuiit-x, sp 'i-i^il ami Im>i. 

a.»tic.-i, „ii,t;iav.Tti>.im'iit.>' follow iiiK limo" 

■ U silt.r loiMl malttTOU tlu» t'ourih page, ono 



Oue Squarp, 

4"' f*" 

I .VJ 

... -i m 

:« 00 

, •» 1*0 

:. iH) 

s CO 

.>■•» mouilis 10 <io 5 

month-t l» »«o 



S i>"0 tiint* .. 
( 1 :ir.'" ;:nii'^ 
MX d.i >■■*.. .. 

Two Wl't'kii . 

Oil- liitilltll . 
. , I'W.I IliOlltUi* 

\ 
n.'-t 



id doiiMt' 



\ 



tui;i" ii.ldi:t.>ii.»l 

■J. S A.ii.l iaf»i>. and sp'H-n! phiiv nm 
•.)!iii.iii a»lvfriisfiii''nis.uiid;ulvfrti.«'iii.'iiis wiiti 
cut.", oiu- third .iiMition.il. 

:t. Adv,«rli« III Mimli:iii)(t»uli't' at plf:\sim»ralfd 
a« in No. I, ai'.d i^ . • i»'r uiniiim iidiliiionid I'l-r 
■ :iiui.;i'*. (A:l«l»ni.','i"* nitidai lOi-.'iil- iHr.-i.)"!''".-, 
ii'iii 1 iiadvaiu-i-; olnirtfi'd i>iiili»>t>i>ok-*. 1- cvut*.' 

4. i„umI noUc's lo ofuts (mt lin<- lor lir.st t<'i 
liti-'r* I"- uud.'i-, !iU 1 live cools jhT liui- lor fucU ad- 
Uitiivi'il lioi'. , „, , , 

;.. Alv.rii.-'iMa.'uts In IhiHy and ^\ .vKiy, oio-- 
h;il ■ .1 IdiM.'nal to tli>- l><iiU rate. 

,j v.iv.Mii-'.Mii.'nti ill WH.'kl alono. .a wntH 
nvr .-laaro i\»r Ii-!<t iu.-'.'rtioH, and :<7 -. cfntH oor 
t.i'.i...-,' Tor siib.sf ,ii-iu iiis.Tiions, for aiiv period 
Willi II tUro.' iiioiit'is; ov.r tai<'»' moutli.-*, oiio- 
tliird !•'.•<.■' thu;i l>ui;> mi»'.<. , .. 

r. I.'j-mI »"d iuiv-ruiiH'iit adviTt!.-»fmi'iifK. .J 
c.-'n'ts P''r !<.|'i'"''* '^"' •'"' '''^■''' i'-'>! ''"'•■'. "'"* •'""'« 
f.vi'-' 'XT f.|u:ii-.' l>»r ("ach additional ins.'rtion. 

;< \!fi>n-.i'.s i>n!.'riu>f in ii'fT^il :id\ »Mti-«'ivn'nts 
mv ri'Cird.d' :m aivouiitabW' for tlii> co.-»t «d" tin- 
s;uiic."".imIv'>.-* i1:t.' i." a ^pociid afiivouu'nt lo 
ciiir;5.» lilt* .'•ami- toanotlK-r partv. 

». Nooap'M-i;ivi'u iiuoiiiifc; ion with ad\«'rti.-<lng. 

"wo'l'- .M« .\iii:.!it >Unnfuiioli'',iiiid U'l.rMoKK 
U'KsiiiiN', at 6t. Anthonv, will act a.i AjfiMits iu 
•iivaUtiuKtUi' D.vii.Y I'Ki.as lu tUeir respective 
to'-\ n*. 



TyrEKCHANTS' DISPATCH 
FaMt Frolifflit Line. 

OWMKSAMD MAMAOKDBT 

AMKl^ICAKT KXPRKSS CO. 

All overoUargei settled by J. C * H. C. Bur- 
bauk & Co., Agontit. 
New York otJioe, IS Murray ttreet. 
Benton office, OU Washington street. 
mai^Vdly 

KEdS STUiAU HOUSE. GUL- 
den and Ambre, a choice article, at 
J. <\ & 11. C. ItURKAKN fc Co.'t 

" JUST KECEIVED A 

of WKsrKKN Kkhkkvk 



Poet OMt-«t, IM. Pttul, Mi«>nsaot«ft. 

OKKK'K IIOUUR. 

i)u wttek days Iroiu 7 u'cluvk a. M. to 7S' o'clock 

P. M. 

On Sundayx, iVom 12 o'clock M. to 1 o'clock 
p. M. 



p. F. 



HODGES 



DKALKRH IH 







t ---- 



^utsutancf. 



'^\$tt\\mttm. 



100 



E HAVE 

largo 



? T larco supply 
CKKKttr. which we offer low for «»''h- 
Ks J.C.AH.C. BUltHANK 



LAKdE STOCK OF 



It CO. 
FINE LI 



that 



. qiiors and Olprs, which wu offer at pricM 
will insure oui.k nalfs, at 

J.l\ i H. C. nUltl^ANK k. Co.'i 



300 



BBLS. ASSORTED WH1& 

kty, for sale at 
J. C. * H. C. BURBANK ft Co.'i 



Orin WHOLE, HALF AND QUAR 

itj\J\J ter boxe^ llaisir,!*, crop of \M»> . at 



J. i;. & ll.C. BLKUANK * Co.'a 



20 



BHLS. S rUAUT'S liEST HON- 

ey Svrup, a clioic»> article, for table use at 
"J. C. * II. C. BLltBANK fc Co.'s. 



150 



HOXES W. U. CHEESE; A 

prime article, Kt low figures, at 
J. C. t U. C. BURITaNK «t Co.'i 



^r\ (J RAN rs PATENT FANNING 

O v/ Mills fi»r sale at nianufactun'r;s prices, at 



J. C. * 11. C. BURBANK ft Co.'s 



ASSORTEli 

.'rnits, consNtlng of Pluuis, Prune^ 
Currants ami t'itron. all new crop 
prict:s to suit the tiiui-s 



10?t PACKAGES 



for sale at 
,). C. & 11. C. BURBANK ft Co.'i 
■\ro\^ \S ILirPlND ONE OF TH* 

A largest and best selected stocks of Grocer 
les in the West, at tho wan'liouse of 
decitf J. C. iU.C. BURBANKftCo. 



WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 

AKKIVAI. ANI> DKI-AKTUKK «»K MAILS. 

For iJiCrosse— l<:a'«tern Mall— Leaves dally, ex- 
cept Friday , at 5 A. M. 
Arrives daily, except Tuesday, at 8 v. -M. 
For Minneapolis— loaves daily, exc«>pt hunday, 

atM A. M. 
Arrives dally— except Sunday, at 4 P. M. 
For Stillwater— leavet daily, except Sunday, at 

Arrives dally, «»xcept Sunday, at rt P. M. 

For Hudson- leaves daily, except Sunday, at 

• A. M. . . « 

Arrives daily, except Sunday, at , P.M. 

For Jlankato— leaves dally, except Sunday, at 

Arrives dally, except Sunday, at about I.' M. 
For Northtleld— leaves daily, except Sunday, 

' Ar'iivei dally, except Sunday, at about 7 P. M. 

For Sunrise City— leaves Moudaj , >N eduesday, 
and Friday, at rt A. M. , ^ . j 

Arrives! uesday, Thursday, and Saturday, al 

about 7 f. M. . - . », 

For Cannon Falls— leavi-," I uesday, at , A. M. 

Arrives Wednesday, at 7 P. M. 

For lied Wing— leav.'s Wednesday, at 8 A. »i. 

Arrives Tuesaay, at <> v. M. 

For Carver— leavs fliursday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives Winlnesday, at 7 r. M. . . „ „ 

For Cottage Grove— leaves Saturday, at 1 P. M. 

Arrives Saturduv, at r.' M. 

Mails leaving b«'fore 7 o'clock A. M. close at 

7PM 

All others close half an hour b«^rore the time of 
deiMirtlng, except Eastern wliicli doses at » v. M. 

The postage npt>n all transient prinfi'd mutter, 
foreign and domestic, and upon all l.-tters for- 
eian anil domestic, is now required to bo lully 
preiwlid by Cnlt.d StaKs postage sWmps, excjpt 
In cases where prepavnieut on letters, &o., to for- 
eign countries is optional and the senders do not 
wish to prepay. 

IVrsons mailing litters, newsiMH>ers, Ac., 
whether domestic or to foreign countries, should 
therefore ascertain at the olUce of mailing, the 
exact postage in each case and athx United Males 
iKistago stanios of suiricienl value to prepay 111" 

tull postage then'on. ..... 

^ CIIAS. NICHOLS, 1'ostina.otitr. 

St. I'aul, Novenilx'r 1.%, iNi,'. 



^x^uWmitm. 



standard Farm Machinery, i 



IV 



AT 



Nicola & Deans' Iron Store, 
Tliird Street, 



■ ••••■ ■■•■■•■•• eT^LjIJS A ■ 

rut's Buffalo Threshing 



iioo v:v 



•& o 



A.:>ii» 



AUE STILL OKt'EKlNtt 



^•»- 



ft. 



pK 



INTERS' INKS 



THE GKF.ATEST INDUCEMENTS IN THE 

DUY (JOODS MARKET. 

Our .stock of 

DUESS GOODS 

IS THE MOST ATTRACTIVE IN THE CITY, 

Comprising a!l the 

T^ATEST STYI-iES 

)r ENGLISH AND FRENCH 

"VVoi-stecl Ooocls, 

in Chocks Strii)09, Figure.*, and Plain, 

USLIN AND CHADI DE LAINES. 

Lawns and Oriiandies, &c., 

Whicli we are selling at 
We hdve a splendid line of 

Bradley's unrivalled Hoop Skirts, 

F3r Ladieo, Mi-saes and ChUdren ; 

ALSO 

S PR I SO AXD SUMMER 
:b >V I^ 31 O Tt A. L. Hi , 

Which we make a specialty of, always keeping a 
handsome assortment. 

1 11 ^41la^vls5 

We can suit the moit fastidious. In quality, pat- 
tern nad ptioe, having a beautiful assort- 
ment of 

CHECKS. srUU'ES, AND STELLA 

In the Middlesex, Teacedale, and Scotch. 

We have tho 

CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF 

E ^l U R O I D E U I E S , 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS, 



A'! sorts, kinds, and colors, fW)m the celebrated 
raanuJactorvof J. E. Wavie, New York, for sale 
at manufaoturer's nrices, by 

dccl^ J.C. &H.C. BURBANK k CO. 

BOXES ASSORTED TO- 

bacco, comprising all the favorite 

C. * n. C. BURBANK k Co.'« 



420 

braiius, at 



.T. 



J" 



ST RECEIVED 
EXPELESS. 

A beautiful lot of 



BY 



NT. PAlTIt, 

Agents for Brayley k 
Mactiiiies. 
•• '• Kussull k Co's Masslllon Thresldng 

Machines. 
•• •' Mel lormick's Reaper and Mower. 
•• " .lolin II. Manny's Kea|>er and Mower. 
" " liickfoiii &. II uiVman's oralii Drill. 
' •' '• II. A. ritls k Co's Chicago Threshing 

Machines. 
Also a general stock of Agricultural Imple- 
meuts on hand, to which we invite the attention 
of tanners and others wishing to purchase. 
NICOLS & DEAN, 
ai^m P. F. HODGES . 

Tj^ S TAB L I S H E D 17 00. 

F»eter I.K>i'illar*cl, 

Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

lO us*«l If* C'bt«utb«r««Ht., 

(ForwiTly iZ Chambers Street, New York,) 
Would cjill the attention of Dealers to the articles 
ul his uianul'acture, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

MaCAboy, Demigros, 

Fine lUppi-e, J'ure Virginia, 

Coarse Kappee, Nadiitoches, 

American (ientleman, Copenhagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch, 

lligli Toast Scntch, Fresh Honey D««w Scotch, 
Iri.sh High Timsi, or Lundyfoot, 
Fn-sh Scotch. 
*ir Attention Is called to the large reduction 
in |)rici's iif Fine-Cut Chewing and .Mnoking To- 
baccos, which will be found of a superior quality. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT CHEWING.— P. A. L.. or plain; 
Cavendish, or Sweet; Sweet Scented Oronoco ; 
Tin F'oil Cavendish. 

SJJoKl.NtJ.- Long; No. 1; No. 2: No8. 1 and 2 
mixed; (iranuluted; S. Jago; Spanish; Canas- 
ter; Turkish. 

N. U —A circular of prices will be sent on ap- 
plication^ inarl5-1y 



DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 

D.rW. INttERSOLL & CO., 

Are Just receiving their third purchaue of 

I> K, Y OOOI>S, 

Bought at the recent 
PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

Ajid offer to their old customora groat bargains in 

Toadies' r>ress Groods, 

AB FOLLOWS: 

1,000 yards best quallly MozamDique. 




General Insurance Agent. 

OF SrW 11 A VKK, COXXJCCTICVT. 



LORILLARD, 

U ETROPOLIT AN. ,wi ' ,■ 
AND NIAGARA, 

OF NEW YORK CITY. 



IVIax^ine Iii«iii*aiiee. 
i»ixoi/::iNij\:, 

OF nitooKLYy, ysjr yojik. 



2,000 
1,000 



do 



do 



IVI 



L I F K , 

U T U A L 15 K N E F I 

OF NEWARK, XliW JERSEY. 



OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STOKF, 
iiiyO dly Third street. St. Paul, Min. 



ST. PAUL 

lot 50 feet by lio iu the viciaity oi 



PROPERTY. 



$.'{7jfor a 
JacSuson etreet aud Twelfth. 
A lirsi-cla-s Stone Store on Third street. 

A lot on Minnesota street, near Third, «itb 
buildiug. 

Two I)\vell)ng House", $MX)each. 

A bi.'autiful lot 00 feet by ^00 with fine grove of 
trees. HENRY McKENTlf. 

Dialer in Real Estate. 
St. Paul, Mar 14, l«f)3.— <l&w3m 



B 



OOTS AND SHOES. 



AT 



F 



LOUR 

At Wholesale aud Itetoil. 



ALPACCAS & SARATOUA 

PLAIDS, 



^fi \ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS'l 

O'^ steel Axe.i. Also :i0 dozen Red Rlvei 
Axes: jJso-25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, ttrst 
qu.aity. at ^_ ^,_ ^ j^_ ^,_ BURBANK k Co.'. 



i DECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT, 
V 1,1X10 PvUNDs Dkikd Pkacjiks, and 7,00( 
I'l.i NDS DiUKLJ APPLKS, lo be sold low for cash. 
myUtf J. C. BURBANK k CO. 



T 



f<0 MY FRIENDS & PATRONS. 



AI.SO 



A handsome l3t of 



Having engaged aiy services to the Messrs. J. 
C. k II. C. Burbank k Co.. corner Levee and Sib- 
ley stret-ts, I may be found in the Wholesale Gro- 
cery Department, where It will afford me pleasure 
to see my old customers once more. 

\* 15 shall have a largo and well selected stock 
of poods, usually kept in our line, on hand, which 
I respectfully ask you to examine l>efori» purcha* 
in>' elsewhere. I hope to merit for the house a 
portiou at least of that patronage you have here- 
totore so liberally bestowed upon me 

aiarrf A, L. LARPKNTEUB. 



50 



BARRELS 



•OF — 



CARBOIV OIL. 

AI^O A QUANTITT 0» 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

For sale by J. C. fc H. C.BURBANK fc Co. 



HAIR NETTS, 
GJ-raindine Veils, ^c. 

Which we are offering at 
R,Er>XJCKr> PRICES. 



CALL AND SEE TII£M, 

AX 1-JrO Tlilva street. 
L. C. BXJRT, 



A 



COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 



waoos nu/ts. sroKES, isextaxd sa w- 

El) FELLOES, SIIAFTS,ifc., 
All of the very best material, just received aud 
olr sale by 
ap-.»4 ly NICOLS k DEAN. 



J 



UST 



apl5-3in 



ST. PAVIi. 



ipiONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Pike streets. 
This estublishment is now in full operation, an 
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of 
IRON AND BRASS 

CASTINGS, FORGING, fce., 
at the lowest Eastern rates, viz, Heavy Mill cast 
ings, Columns, Sash weights. Grate Bars, Sleigh 
shoes, kc, three cents per pound. Brass cast- 
lugs. Babbit metal, 25 to 30 cents per pound. 
Lathe work ija.OO per day. Particular attention 
given to Steam Engine and Boiler work. Thresh 
ing Machine repairing promptly attended to. 

Steam Engines and Boilers, Threshing machines, 
new and second handed, for sale or exchange 



very low, 

OILMAN 
ST. PAfL, July 5th, ItMVi. 



/^UNS AND PISTOLS. 

Third Street, St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of Military and Sporting 
Classes, to his large and well selected slock ot 
SHOTGUNS, WESSO.N'S k BALLARD CAKl- 
KIDGE RIFLE,SMH H k WESSONS', CO LT'.> 
and others' make of I'lSTOLS, *c. 

A large stock of Fishing Tackle of all descrip- 
tions. 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, made 
to order. 

*3- Repairing promptly attended to. 

POWDER, SHOT and CAPS, for sale. 

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RECEIVED, 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &c., 

Also, GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS, 

RAKES AND CRADLES. 

A few ca^ks of 

rrrTSBXJRCr coal. 

Alwavs on hind at loweot j)riees. Wholesale 
and R(-tail. Bar Iron, Sheet Iron. Plow Ste»l, 
Spring Steel, Cast Steel, Nails, Soikes, Sprlii, 
Axles, I'.ol's, C:irrisge Trimmings. Thiml 
Skeins, Itlucksmith's Tools, Chains, and 

Ileuv.^' Hjir<l^»vure. 

Warehouse 154 Third street, .St. PauL 

J. B. BRADEI^. 

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Also 



LINEN ll.VNDKERCIllKFS. 
GLOVES, &c., 



HOSIERY. 
&c. 



TO CUlLVniV MERCHANTS, 

We would say that we have a large stock of 
DOMESTICS, in DENIMS, STRIPES, 8IIEET- 



INES, PRINTS and CO TTON'ADES, kc, 
Whicli we will sell at a 

A.r>v^vivc;E 

York prices for CASH. 

Hog-an Ac Oamp, 



» CE5ITS, » CE.^TS, » CEXT». 

Paid for good No. 1 Cotton Rags. Four cents for 
the best Kind of old white paper, and old books 
of any kind, and will send to any part of the city 
for them, if yon leave your orders at Davenport's 
Book Store, Putnam's, P. O. Box \:Ai, or at 
West's, on Robert street, next to I bird. 
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T WATSON WEBB, Jr., 

'successor to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WHOl.RAI.K DKAI.KR IN 

Foreinn AVines, Brandies, 

G^ I N S , &CC. 

Cognac Brandv, 

Rochelle Brandy, 

Jamacia and St. Croix Rum, 
HollarHl (iin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine Old Bourbon Whiskey, 
Kye and Monongahela Whiskey, 
Old (Queens Port, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Sherry Wine, 
Madeira Wine, 
Scotch Ale, 
London Porter. 
Catvrba Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and Still Catawba, 

Drake's Catawbi and Plantaiion Bitters, 

Having connects Kectilying with my busines.s 

I am prepared to furnish Common and low 

priced Kye and Bourbon Whiskies at the lowest 

cash prices. 

my 111 J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 



striped Lcnas, at 25 cents. 
Plaid Arsolinaa, S5 cents. 
800 do black and white Challlca, .30 cents. 
1 ,000 do striped Plaid aud 3Iode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

Enirlisli k American Ginghams. 

ENGLISH, rEENCH AND AMERICAN 

Some as low as 15 cents. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer great 
bargains. 

Ladies' Collar-s, 

Embroidered, Linen and Iluffled. 
BAREGE AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain iffed Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from J'J'aC to i^l. 

In Oloves and Hosier^', 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and wor.9ted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

" BRADLEY'S " Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadcloths, Cassimores, 
Ladies' Cloakings, and Men's Wear of all kinds. 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Cover.?, 
Oil Cloth Covers, kc 

We will sell at prices to nKFT competition. AH 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will find this the best place to buy for CA.sif . 



Kxtra and DoTible Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT TUB 

Cannoin Falls IMills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANnr OTHER BRAND TS 

THIS MAIilvET. 

Also, FILED for sale at the 

FLOUR ^VATiEMOTJSE 

OF 

C. 31. liitooiMns, 

Third-8t., between Jackson aud Bobert-sts. 
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NEW YORK PRICES. 



JSiO per Cent. Saved 



BY 



BUYING YOUR SHOES 



AT 



BROWN'S 



:n^e^v store 



113 Third Street, 

One block above the Merchant's Hotel. 

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r^ W.'WOOLLEY, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 

Cotnmilssjioxi IWCerchant, 

DKALKR IN GKOOKP.IKS 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, kC, fcC, kC. 

AXI> 
AGKNT FOR THK 

PENNSYI.VANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Boston, New England, Moetrenl, Mew York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable terms. 
Murk packages, "C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St.Faui., 
jPTil-dly For 

DeMOXTREVILLE, 

r> E IN" T I S T , 
(Office in French's Block,) 
Third «»tr«»«t, n«<^i«r tlie l»o«t OISc«». 
SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA 

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PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 

r> A>:i> KLioiv 

AS I> 

W^ild Clierr-y Bittern. 

In Pint Botileg,pric*50c; in Quart Bottles, r'>c. 

These Bitterc are comjio.-ied Of tlif best Roots, 

Barks au't Hi>r'os known, and peculiarly adapted 

t<i tlie inur.ediaie cure of all diseases jwoduced by 

an iuaitlve iiv«-r. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

< URE SK:K HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

<^UKK JAUNt»K'E. 
D.iRdelion and Wild Clurrv Bitters 

CCRE INDIGESTION. 
I>audo'ion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

crUE CO.-^TIVENESS. 
Dandoliou aud Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE HEART BURN. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CCKK WKAKNESS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE LOST APPETITE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 
CURE AGUE. 
In its worst forms, i hiy perform these cure* 
biiTiplv, 1 y one office, reguiatin^ the liver, 
lor sale bv dealers in Medicines, everywhere. 
S. HUN'i IN»iTuN, Proprietor, 
FarnxTslrrg. Clayton County, Iowa. 
For sale bv E. H. Bi?ps. H. W. RobinBon, Paul 
Reiger, St. Paul ; S N . Wickerbham, Charles Ben- 
seu, L. Weiuand & Co., and S. Kd • ards, Whole- 
i^ale Agent. Winona: Charles Hawley, Chatfleld; 
I). B. Mout, Piestiin; S. Y'. Hyde, Fillmore; 
< liarles Morrill, Mai ion: Capt. Mills aud .L D. 
r.uucf, PI 'asunt <;ro"e; h. B. Itobin'Oii, (jenerai 
Wholesale Agent, addres^ Cliattield. Min. 

Also— Huntington's Writing Fluid; Howe k 
Steven^' Family Dve Ci'lers : \au Duseu's Worm 
Confections: Van ■Dl:sen'^ Magical Blueing; Al- 
den's CoiiJition Powder>; Talman tc Collins' 
Concent rat id I'.xtraot of Lemon: Talman k Col- 
lins' Leather Preservative: Outctier's Dead Shot 
for Bed Bugs Sleeper's 1 ifihtning Fly Killer. 
I>A"V A- jri:.%14». St. Paul, 
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HIRD STREET PROPERTY. 



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SALE 



S^IvVI^IL. 

On present New 



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14-.; Third-8t 



1863. 186.3. 1863 

Suiitiner Afrnnarcnieiit. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 



TARRTIRO THB 



NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 



AKD THB 



TJnltea Sta,to« Mail. 

The roads are wei: stocked with Urst class 
horses, Concord Coaches, with careful and expo- 
rien&'d drivers, ail under th« control of compo- 
teat Mgi^ntii. 

8CIIF.;>ri.K<>K DKrAUTt-ritKS KllOM SAINT PAUL 

For Stillwater— n;Mly. at 8 A. M. 

For Shakopee, Jordon, St. I^wrence, Belle 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traversf rte 
Sioux, St. Peter tnd 3Iankato-Daily at 1 o'clock 

A. M 

For Rosemounf, C-»stle Rock, Northfleld Can 
nonCitv, Faril.anlt, Medfi.rd, Clinton I'»''f*'><l 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatouna, tor W Ito \ 
St, M'lry's, Wiiineb.i:,'o Agency and .Mankato 
Alio for'Uice hake, Ciareinont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, Chaitleld, and Winona— Dally 

Kt 4 A. .M. 

For Industrlana, Anoka, Orono, Orlanda 
Monticelli), Clearwater, St. AugusU and St 
Cloud — Daily, at 5 A. M. 

For .«<:uik Rapids, Itelle Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— .Mondays, Wednesdays and F.l 
dav* at 5 o'clock .v. M. 

For Richmond, .»<aiik Centre, Alexandria 
ChipP<'wa. I'omme de Terre, Breckinridge, For' 
Ahercrombie— Mondays and Thursdays at 5 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, with conn^ictions for Superioi 
•nd Baytield — Mondays Wednesdays and Fri 
days, at 7 o'clock a. m. 

For further oarticulars inquire at the General 
Oaoe on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK k CO. 

ap21-dly Proprietors. 



has been made in the conditions of a certain 
niortijage executed by John R. Irviui* and Nancy 
Irvine Ills wife, inortgngors, to William 11. Ennis, 
mortgagee, hearing date, and duly acknowledged 
by said mortgagois, on the 'J«th day of August, A. 
1... \<>:K whicli said mortgage contains the usual 
power of sale to the mortgagee and his assigns, 
and was duly tiled for record In the office of the 
Ri-'isler of Deeds of the county of Itamsey, in 
the^State oj Minnesota, on the third day of Octo- 
ber, A. 11 ls5'J, at one o'clock and forty-tive miii- 
ntes r. M., and was thereupon duly r«'Corde<l in 
said office, in Book " P" of Mortgages at pages 
.J .0, 4isi and -bir ; which said mortgage was given 
to secure tlie payment of live thousand two hun- 
dred and tiftyo'ne dollars and thirty-live cents 
($.>.-,'5l.:tJ-l0O) and inten'st according to the con 
dition of two certain promissory notes made by 
said .lolin R. Irvine, payable to the order of said 
niorigagee.and bearing even date with said mort- 
gage, and there is claimed to b«» due, and Is actu- 
ally due and unpaid, upon said notes and inort- 
gage, at. the date ot this notice, the sum of six 
thousand six hundred and seventy-two dollars 
and litty cents (♦»•),••.,-,' M.) 

And the said mortgagee did, on fheZOth day of 
November, A. ». l»«i. pay certain delioi(uent 
taxes upon the mortgagetl premises, lo theamount 
of sfi;:. •.»•>, and did iliereafter, on the 3Ist day of 
.laniary, a. p. 1mC>-1, pay certain other delinquent 
taxes uv)on said premises to the amount of $71.:M), 
for which several sums he has taken and now 
holds receipts of the |)erson authorized to reodve 
such taxes, and which sums with interest from 
tlie day of the payment thereof respectively, at 
the rate of twelve p«»r cent, per annum, (amount- 
ing at this date to the sum of ♦.■.77.:i:t), the said 
mortgagee will claim, and collect with and as part 
of tlie amount secured by said mortgage, making 
the entire amount claimed to Ih! due at th« date 
of this notice for principal and Interest upon the 
said mortgage, including tho sums so i>aid for 
taxes with Interest thereon to this date the Just 
and lull sum of ♦7,V4'.» k:ii. ,, , . , ., 
And no suitor proceedingat law has been Insti- 
tuted to recover the ilebt secured by said mort- 
uage, or any jMirt thereof: 

The mortgaged premise « are described as fol- 
lows viz : All those tracts, pieces or parcels of 
land situate and lying in Ramsey County, Minne- 
.»ota, known and designated as lots numbered 
thirteen (l.l) and fourteen (14), In block nnmlN-red 
forty-si.< (4<'), of Klce k Irvine's Addition to St. 
Paul; also lots numliered twelve (12) and thirteen 
( 11' of block numbered sixty-nine (iW), lots num- 
bered one (I), two (-.J), three (:t), four (4), six (0), 
.seven (;^. eight (H), nine (»), ten (10), and eleven 
(11) In Idock numbered seventy-one (71), and lots 
nunib«>red one (I), two (2), three r\), four (4), Hve 
(5), six (to, >»even (7). eight (»). nine (»). ten (10) 
eleven (II). and twelve (12), In block numbered 
seventy-seven (77). of Dayton k Irvine's Addltlim 
to St. Paul, according to the plats or maps of said 
Additions respectively, of record in the office of 
the Regiiterof Deeds'of said Itainwy county. 

Now. therrfore, notice is hereby given, that by 
virtue of tlie power of sa'e In said mortgage con- 
tained, and pursuant to the statute in such case 
inide and provided, the said mortgage will l>e 
foreclosed by a sale of the said inortipiged pn^mi 
ses at public vendue, to the highest biilder, at the 
front door of the Court House, In the oltv of 
Saint l*aiil, in said county of Ramsey, on Satur- 
day, the ruh day of .July, A. v. IhO;i,at ten o'clock 



F o 

80 ACRKS ooon TiMnKR i.ANH, Including about 
1',' acres of very good meadow, and a small uouse ; 
said Und is about half way beiween St. I'aul and 
St. Anthony, and \ mile north of State Koad, 
and about the same distance north-east of thb 
Railroad. For terms of sale apply to 
H. L. .MO.-5S, Esq., 
at his offiuo near the Bridge, 
je2IV1m» St. Paul. 



GmOVER &. BAliKR^'S 

CELEBRATED NOISELESS 

SEWING MACHINES. 

MAKING BOTH THE 

Qrovor & Baker and tho Lock Stitch 

PRICE MO AXD UPWARDH. 

FIRST PRE.MIUMS in Illinois, Ohio, Iowa aud 
Micliigan. 
I'artles purchasing machines of the (HiOVI'.R 
k BAKER S. M. CO.. can have their choice of 
macliinesmakingeiiherstitcli,andcli»nge ifthev 
desire to. The null/ rompiniii ithli- to offfr Kiich 
inthtremfnt*. They also ollerto tlie pubhc at the 
extremely low price of 

Forty-nvo I>olla,x*ei 

A Straight Needle LocklStitcli Machine, 

SulUble for Tailors and Family use. This machine 
Is of larae.ii:i\ rtnntl,</iiUe ximi'le n, id fur supe- 
rior to the shuttle or lock stitch wachlues here- 
tofore sold at 4175 to «100. 

Mr Northwestern Offic* Third street, opposite 
IngersoU's Hlock, St. Paul, Minn. 

1'. S.— Plain and Fancy Stitching done to order. 
[JelO tjan 1] 



Tj^XPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 

S7. ANTONY AND MINNEAPOLIS 

T-w'ice Drvily, 

Leaving St. Paul at ll.-'io a. m. and 5 p. M.; re- 
turning aniveat S.:i5 A. M-andC.^lO p. M. Pack- 
ages weighing .Vt lbs. or less, and not exceeding 
i!(..o in value will be carriiHl for tkn cknts, and 
delivered at o«yner's doors. Particular attention 
will Ik* paid to filling orders. Purchases will tie 
made at best rates obtainable aud no charge made 
for such services. 

Express mailer for St. Cloud and all interme- 
diate points will leave St. Paul, Mondays at 5.4.> 
A.M. and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5.00 p. M. 

jelC-lf J. C. BURBANK k CO. 



THE FOLLOWINO PROPERTY, 
viz : 
One lot iu block 11, Whitney k Smiths Ad- 

•I'l'on. . . , ... , 

Lois l and r, in block US*, and lots 14 and 15 In 
block Kt, in Irvine's Enlargement to Rice k Ir- 
vine's Addition. 

Lot f> in block 'il, lot 9 In block .15, and lot 9 in 
block .50 la Rice h Irvine's Addition. 

A lot en Davton Avenue, adjoiniug the proper- 
ty of Mnj. ( tilleu, 100 feet front. 
' Lots 7 and n in block SA, St. Paul Proper. 

There are valuable improvements on said last 
two mentioneil lots, cous'.sting ol a stone store 
on Wabasliawst.,aud a tlrst-class dwelling house 
on Foiirtli-st. 

The ab >ve property will be sold on liberal terms 
as to casli and credit, 
inquire at the office of 

SPENCER fc CARVER, 
IngersoU's Block, orof 
GROFFk BAILEY, 

under Thompson's Bank, 
j^- Rooms to rent in Irvine's Block. 
St. Paul, .lune :id, ISiW. je4-nm 



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LQBENCE SEWING 



The Commissioned oflicers of the nist Regi- 
ment M. S. M., will meet on the i;»th day of .luly, 
at N o'clock V. M .at the Hall of Hope Engine 
House, St. Paul, for the elec-ien of the following 
offici'rs: 1 Colonel, 1 Lieu»enaut Colonel, and 1 
Major, Bv order 

CAPT. L. II. EDDY, Commanding. 

nr Staats Xeituug copy once. |cl8-td 



Lot ?, Block 2-i, Rice & Irvine's Addition— corner 
lot, 72 feet front on Third street and 150 feet on 
Hill street, adjoining Hope Engine House. Will 
be sold low. 
TERMS— Part cash and part credit. 
Apply to D.COOPER 

BplOtf Irvine's iWock 

rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. ^ 

.JOHN BI:RNH.\:M, Proprietor, would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of .lackson and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodatiou of travelers, where lie will le hap- 
py 'o see his old friends, and all others who may 
favor him with their patronage. The house is 
only two bh)cks from the steamboat landing and 
railroad depot . Baggage "ill be i-arried from and 
to the boats free of ehorqe. Table supplied with 
the best the market allords. Good titabling at- 
tached to the premises. 

St. Pau l, April '.Msiil. aP'^-'y_ 

^ C. LIGHTE & CO., 

(Late LIghfe k Bradbnrys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

4ai Ilroom«-»t., Xrw !lor;<, 

SECOND BLOCIC EAST Oi" BROADWAY 

Mr. F. C. LIGHTE, the original founder of tlii< 

"ishment. Senior Partner, and 

nnhi /'rnrtieal 

lirm of " Lighte 

his Two-Thirds ,. ■ 

stock, materials, kc, and Sole Pronrietorship in 
his |Vi^<«We /'n/e(i/.«, inclusive of his c»-lebtaleil 
PATENT I.V.SULATED IKON FRAMES, is the 
only oue who can mnke the SUPERIOR PIANO- 
FORTES for whicli tills house has ix-en so popu- 
lar. JtW All infringements on his rights will he 
prosecuted according to law. 

4j- All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect in every respect for live years. 
LiBKKAi. Terms to Dkai.kkm. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 
ap28-3m 421 Broome-St., New York. 

OIOUX DEPRJiDATIONS. 
Indemnity can be had. 

Steps are being taken bv the Government to as- 
certain who have suffered loss In property, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adju.-ting the .«ame. 
The undersigned have all the necessary forms, and 
are possessed of superior advantages for having 
thes'e claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give special attention tc 
such as are place*! in their hands. 

SMITH k OILMAN, Attorneys' 

8t.Paul.Sept.'24. lH<i2. 



Our Omnibusses will run to snd from the prin 
cipal Hotels and Boats in connection with the 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers aud baggage will be called for in 
an wer to orders left at the American, I uterua- 
tion 1 and Mercliauts, or at our office. 

jy3 .I.e. BURBANK & CO. 

OB AC CO, CIGARS, PIPES, 

.VNrFF, &o. 

F. TV. TTJCIIELT, 

VYholesale aud Retail Dealer iu Tobacco. CiKir«. 
&c. Fine Imported Cignrs, S eoking and Cliew- 
inc Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any 
intheciiy. Sweet Briar Root I'ipes, a large as- 
sortment: 1. W. TUCHELT, 

Tl;ird-«t., near Kdgerton's Hank, 

St. Paul. 



A GRICULTUllAL IMPLEMENTS, 

SCYTHES, SX^TITS, rOnKS,rTOES. CUL- 
TlVATOItS AXD PLOWS. 
CORN PLOWS on hand and for sale at the 
owest market rates. 



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T^ ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 

in Hennepin, Bamrey, Chl.-ago, and Washiug- 
ton ConntK s. Also Lots in ^f Paul, Minneapo- 
li- 11 nd St. Anthonv: all ot which 1 will sell at 
Ixiiv I'rices andonlavoiub.o terms of pa>nKUt. 

Enquire of .f. p. ^VJNTKRVUTF, 

at office of Horn. Lund & Galusha. 



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POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 



Eaxtlicn 



dealers lit 

Oliina, 01«ss Ac 
"\Vt\i*o, 

WITH AN KSni.KsS VAKIETT OF 

riouraekeepinj? Articles. 

It is tlie d<sign of this Uouse to supply HOUSE 
KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. n.=> Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND UOBERT-STS., MIN. 

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1SG3. SEEDS. 



1903. 



riano- Forte Maker of the lal 
k Bnidburys," having retained 
interest In "the whole busir.e^s 



?i;eeds I Heeds I 

GARDEN, GRASS AND FLOWER SEEDS! 

DAY & JENKS, 
DRTJG^ois-rs, sr. r»^T7L, 

PKAI.F.KS IX 

GRASS SEEDS-Tiiiioihy, Clover, Red Top. 

Hungarian, Blue lira.ss, Orchard and I^awn 

Cirass. 
GARDEN SEEDS— By the pound, box or paper. 

in great variety. 
I'LOWllR SEEDS— The largest and best a,<sort- 

meni iu the Slate— sent by mail frcof postage 

at live cents per paper. 
TUita Baga nnd Turnip Seed wholej<ale and retail. 

mai-JS'lUv&witm 

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<hiy 

in the forenoon of that day. 

Dated St. Paul, Jane 10th, A. I>. IHftl. 

W1LL1A.M H. ENNIS, Mortgagee. 

BioKLow k. UAI.RYMPUK, Attorneys for Mort- 
gagee. wJelO'w 




!££&•• 



DKN'TISTIIY. 
DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 

DENTAL ROOMS IIST 
Wiimlo'vr House, 

OFFICK HOURS FROM 8 A 
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MACHIlSrE AO^ENCY. 

Directly opposite Stees' Furniture Store, 

Tlilrcl Sti-oet, 

Makes kour ihstini t htit«iik» on one and the 
Mime machine, all of which make the seam alike 
on both sides ef the fabric. , , ., . 

It combines all the good qualities ©r other first 
class .Machines, and posse^ses many advantages 
over any and all of them. 

It I* the most simple and PKUKKi'T in Its con- 
■tructloii of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers so great a range ol work. 

»*- It xetm Sir or Eiphl thirkiiisur.i of Fiill 
Cloth dowu to tlte finest fiibric, irith v<iiial /it>:ili- 
ty, vithoiit rkniiffr o/trntioii. 

FEEDS TO THE RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No difficulty experienced In sewing across thick 

seam. . .._».,. 

Runs more qnlet than anv other Machine. 

They are the FASTEST SEWERS In the 
WORLD. 

A child o' ten years can 

ADJUST THE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an ex|K'rienced operator. 
They give oniversal satisfaction wherever used. 
I he most Inexperienced can work them p«'r- 
fectly and with ease. 

They range in prlw from ♦■VJ to $115. 
«- EVERY MACBINE WARRANTED. jr» 
Hemmeri and all necessary tools included. 
O. W. KABCOCK, Agent, 
cor. M and Minnesota sts.. St. I'aul. 



REMINGTON & SONS, 

Manufacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

For the U. S. tiovernment. 
We also manufacture a variety of 

POCKKX PISTOLS, 

Of approved patterni, for both Ordinary anikl-'ix- 
ed Ammunition, together with Rille andHiot' 
<Jun Barrels, (Jun Locks, Mountings, and Gun 
Materials (Jenerally. 

»#- Priw lists and Circulars furnished on ap- 
plication. Address 

E. nrnmnnaTon * Mo:f n. 



W 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
fiT. PAUL, MINKKSOTA. 

ReKFKKKXCES; 

Hon. George Opdyke Ne%y York Ci;y 

John (J. ireadvi-. li Albany, New \ork 

Hon. Ainos Deau, L. L. I).,. ...Albany, New "iork 

Hon. R. A. Law, Cliicasro,llls 

Geo. S. Blanchard, Cincinnati, Ob:o 

Cliase, McKinu'iy aud Moors •• Boston 

lellaaoilmkwlvw 



AT THEIR OLD STORE. 
Xliii'<l Street St.. Tatil, 

Are in receipt of their 

Spring Stock of Dry Goods 

We have a large and beautiful assortment of 

DRESS GOODS, 

Which we would invite the lilies special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invite Merchant Tailors to call an 
exaniiu-' our stock of 

Ciollis and Faacy Cassimeres 



\Vliicli i.s very larye an! desirable; we are selling 
Uiw. To Meidiaiits from the « ouutry. we pro- 
go or Milwaukee ijrices 
'xaiiiMie before buying. 



pose to job lioods ni Chic-.i 
—freight added. Cull and e 



niarl-d&wly 



CAfHCART fc tX>. 



G 



A X 



DEEDS 



M. TO 5 P. M. 
•C Amtliaay, Mia. 



Jyi5 



AND LEAD PIPE— 



/CORDAGE 

JUST RECEIVED, 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest and best form of 
tax deeds. It Is suitable for sales under tjie sev- 
eral acts of the I><'glslature. and in conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared by .ae 
StAte authorities v j .• 

PH<H> ae nenta n*' donen. n r fH twr ntiTKirort. 

^JlDr/rTD. SIMONTON, 

i:>ETsrTIST, 

IngersoU's Block, Bridge .Square, St. Paul. 
«^- Teeth Inserted In the best style on Oold, 
Silver and Vulcanit^^ 



E O . E . S C H N A B E L . 

Di Maffets Castle, corner Jackson aud Fourth 

GROCERIES, GRAIN kM TROVISIONS. 

Keeps constantly on hand the choicest Brans of 
Flour, Nice Leaf Lard, Lamb's Sufrar Cured 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Corn, Corn Meal, Oats 

and Bran. 

He has made arrangement" to receive, two or 
three times a week, from the country, the oholc- 

^*Good« deUvered to all parts of the citys free of 
charge. 



TA C . G R E E N L E A F ' S 

FasUionabliD Jewelry Store, 




ma riO. 



Ira 



Jett 



J. 



II 



B Y E R S 



And for sale low, by 
jet4-tf 



NICOLS, DEAN k CO. 



MAItUFACTURKR AWn PKALKR IW 
COPPER, SttRET IRON AXD TIN WARE 

0PP08ITE THK RIC CLOCK, 

JACKSON STBISfiT, St. Paul, liliineaoU. 

B0Tl4-^lkWly 



STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY 
OK RAMSEY— Dlitrict Court, for Second 
Judicwl District.- ss. 

I U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orig- | 
I iiial Process,, W cents. j 

Bidwell, PlalntlfT, against .lo.seph Daniels, 
DoWitt C. Taylor, and Henry L. Moss, De- 
fendants.— Sunimous. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the. tibove named Tie/endantK • 

You and each of you are hereby summoned and 
required to answer the complaint in this aetlou 
whicli complaint is on lile in the ortlce of Hie 
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy of vour 
answer to the said complaint on the subscrRx-r, 
Bt his office in Saint Paul. Minnesota, within 
twenty days after the service of tills Mimmons 
upon von, exclusive of the day of wich iwrvice, 
and II' you fail to answer tlie complaint within 
the time aforesaid the riaintilV In this action will 
take Judgment against you for the sum of two 
thousaiiirand sixtv dollars, with interest thereon 
from the 10th day of S-i»tenibi«r. \i<y, at the rate 
of seven per cent, per annum, besides costs and 
disbursements. 
Dated Saint Paul, Minn., .'""« 10»». l*^*-^- 

GEO. L. OTIS, Plalntlfl" s Attorney, 
jel4-«w of Saint Paul, Minn. 



Third «tre«'t.i^^5C?'.^^*5»Hi Saint l»anl. 

Tho ladies and gentli'iuen ol this cilv and vicin- 
ity, are invited to call and examine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OK SE'vV 8TYI.E6 OK JEWKI-KT, 

Ool<l tiud Silver "Watelies, 

m.OCKS, SILVI.K WA^r. PLATKn WARV:, 

piA^tOND GOODS, SILVER TK\ SC.TS, 

Castorji, Cake Ba-U'ts, Gold Chains. Rings 
TliimWlPs, and even-thnij^ el<e pertaining lou 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORK, 

My goods were purchased exclusively for 
from tlie largest whidesale hou.ses iu the U 
nudare lor sale 



BROAD ACRES! 

700 ACRE? of land from n to 12 miles ol 
.ST. PAUL, will be sold iu tracts of 40 acre*, Si.>, 
PJO, 160 and 240. The soil is a rich loam, with 
iroo(I and trufcr. Terms part cash, and the bal- 
ance, if desireil, on long time. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Keal Estate. 
St. Paul, June 6. 1S6.1.— d&wfiiu. 



^a^h 
niou. 



T> O B E R T P . LEWIS 

ATT-ORNEY AND COlNSELIvOB AT LAW 

St. I'aul, INIiiinesota, 

OJ^fceon Tbirdst., Roffer'$ nioek,iie*irtke Bridge^ 

A1.S0 Branch Agkntok 

"THE IsATIONAL CLAIII AGENCY." 

Of W.-v.shiugton, D. C, conducted by Harvey, 

Ct-iiMsiireseiitcd and prosecuted before Con- 
gn-ss,C««rt of Claims and the DeiArtmeuts at 
\\ ashington City. .•^l»oci»l attention paid to se«i- 
rinir .Soldiers Tensions, Bounties, Back l*ay, *<:• 

»i-Ad\io«' given soldiers and their Iriends by 
letter or at the olBce, without charge. 

nS-o t^rftwiy 



RRICES. 



U tlie 

DOAVEST 

Ml goods warmned precisely as represented. 
ni«h paid for old t.old and Silver. A f\ili snjiply of 
W.VTCM JIATERIALS always on hand. 

Agent for Setli lliomas' Clocks, also agent for 
the celebrated 

A-«ixex*ieJixk "Wtiteliots. 



Particular nttentinn paid io n-pairinit every 
description of \\ atches. Clocks, and Jewelry in 
1 lie liest possible maun ?r. '^" 
kind.s of 

II^\JK AVORK 



We manufacture all 



Or any other pattern of Jewelrv, fcc.. In our line. 
All work will be done promptly iu a workman- 
like manner au^ BK.IThR THM' ANV MIMKRKS- 
TAHMSHMKNT IN THIS Mf<-T10N OK THK r.nt>- 

TWY. All ordom bv letter or otl»erwl»t> will re- 
ceive prompt aiteution. . r.i- 
AIlkindsof new wheels and new parts of the 
watch manufactured for the trade at a reasonable 

store in Greenleaf's Block, opposite Concert 



Hall, near the Post Oflloe. 



np»tf. 



D. C. GREENLEAF. 



SlTvlNG TRADE. TO THE MER- 
CHANTS of THE NORTH-WEST. 
We n^spiM-tfully invite you to examine our une 

quailed MisoellamKius »tock of 

STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, VAN - 

10 E NOTIONS, WOOLEN (iOODS. 

HOSIERY, ChOCKERY, CHINA, 

l.l.ASS, 'CU'LEMY, PLATED 

<.;t)ODS, ETC.. Ell'. 

Nohonsein the ct.untrv olfers better Induw- 

nients iu goods and prices. We have every facll 

iiy and are prepared to sell the Best Cash Trade 

a; a im.lit below K.astem f.gures. 

airSpeciai attention paid to aU orders aooom- 
Uied with nionev or lelerences. 

JB01« EIV BBOTHKW*, 
■i»port*r« •t»«i J «•»••"•• 
N08. T2, 74 and 76 I.4ike St., Chicago. 
mSl-ly. 



G 



>l RE AT BARGAINS. 



The liest liargaln one can make in anrthlng is 
,0 purcha^e h First (Tass art<cle »» »'«* "'f^ 
This i« the sort of bar^-ains A. H. v» lMBif»ti is 
giving his customers every day, at Uis t.rocery 
Store, on Jackson-street. 



Je24-tf 



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1 




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>i<RB>aa^ 



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THE SAINT PAUL PitES.S. SATURi)AV, fULY 11, 1803. 



q^ HK OIT Y. 

" TuK Cirv Coin... ..-The CUy roun- 

,aheiaurci:«larso>M,>n>.>.;raav aM..ur 

n..L>,.iu Wri'ht, Kmjr, UootJ, » mu. 

;:;:i,;::a..,;I Aui,.n,,,u.r,,,..u,...,,,,, 

the clittir. ,»..v, 

M..MMFNTTOT... Vll..srKK..UMKN . 

,..-!:uor.w:,s uaa. uv,.m^' on f >■<.>"" |' 
Uonol-.nnon»mnUm».moro,th.Vn>K.^^^^ 

i„,.„t ..iJU-i- in St. ra.U. «ln>l'. >vMle 't ">' '" 
tothetallenm.not>vhat luu.montl>.uu, 
well termed "tho imoM iv^'iukmU in 



tb' 



>\as m'trrol '" '' 



worlil." 
On motion, tho maita- 

s!ru.tionstov.,u,.ta;>l..vtor;.u.m tm^ 

Fink iuul 



MuU a moniinu-nt. 



..f Messrs. K.My. Tain'-. r>-ikl.ani. 

^^''^''"' ,an in Minnvs.>tu vnIio 



iirvlv a n>:i 



woiU in 



TluTv- i> ^i:"-^'' . . , . 

will not oontributo towanl^ >u(li a 
K .t•mnMvl.Mu^v.^..vthnvl.^^^^^^^^^ 

^ ma,.s>^^.<HHKouia.n-rai>c.lK.rs.ul.an 

^yo -lt\.us, it slu>uUl .u- The .los.^. and 
.>i.tnu-tiono.Mu-aan.onuuunt M.ould .«• 

!.i^.nas.araM..>-"'>-. '••^•-"^•^^r r 

:; a mooh:«u.S ana tlKMm...ru US.H . so ta 

can Ks >ho«ia h. our iK-auatu MnnuM. 

\..stonoJnwia.h.-.u,W-in..rtoa .oe^^^^^^^^^ 

rho iiisrin>tu>n> ot tlu- Dai 



lim>. 



! ionipclira to alunaon Hie ontirprisf. >N lulo 
this result will U" iv^'rottoa ».y nnmy, it may 
1h> simio satistaitioM to know tlial a tnp n|> 
the river is, in thr pri-cnt stajco oi water, noi 
a pleasant one." 

For the St. I'anl l*ress. 

MlNNKSOTA StATK BiIILK S*HIBI Y.— 

This SiH-ietv heia its seventh annual nieetin;: 
.Ml the 11th aay of June, IS63, in the city o 

Winona. 

In the alvsenee of the l>resiarnt Jndffe .\»>ner 
Lewis,. me of the Viee-lTesiaents, presuUa. 
1 here was a larire .oMKivjiation presont, who 
showe.l a ae.i. interest in the proeivamxrs ot 

the nieetin.'-- 

•| hf reports of the Seeretar> ana Treasurer 
>vere presentea ana «pi>rovea. The meeting 
was then a.iaressea l.y the Uev. Dr. Parker 
of l?..>ti)n. ana Kev. J. (i. Uihehlatfer of Saint 

I'anl. 

A eolleetion \vas takvn np on aeeonnt ot the 
Winona iJ.Me Soeietv. 

The followini,' oilleer> were eleetea for the 
en-^uinj; year : 

l',isid.iit—V. W. Injiersoll. 

l7<r-/V.-5H/*-H/*— Hon. Wm. HohoniLe, 
Hon. Al.ner lewis. Prof. T. F. Thiekstnn. of 
Hastings l^ot. .1. Hnwks, of Ilea Wins:, ana 
Hon. U. .1. naKh\in, Minneapolis. 

Strntnru — •'. H- KilieMatfer. 

7V<((.v//m— 1>. I>. Men;il. 

Erccvtivf r.)w< «(»■//'•— Messrs. .lohn Nieols, 
William Waketieia. ^^ ni, .1. Smith. U. Marvin 
an t 1'. ^^'. Nieols. 

I'he meetinjl then atUonrneil. 

Ali-NKll LKWIS. IVes. 

J. (i. Kiiiii n.^vvKti, ."^ee'y. 



FROM NEW OB LEANS. 

Tilt: 



' stor county, New York, was in conunantl 

' of a bijnaiiron ol cavalry, eoniposcd nl 

LATE COSFIChKllATlC -S(7C'- | two companies, ami was witne-s of this 

/'1,'cwA'v: nuslortune. IUb Miuadron itsdl he-sitaK-a, 

M'avercM, ami wa.s j;iviii^ v ay bclore li.«^ 

Thoy Recover the Atchafalaya ! terrific « woo,, <,i the cmmo\>l".rs.-. lit' 

j.uvy * };alloi»ea to tlie nar, ami l«y unat cxei- 



vchtenlay, by nine guerrillas, who burr- ' 
ed llm cars, timiliicd tlio lucoumtivu down i 
II liiuli ciiibankmt'Ut, and curried oH" the ; 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 

Ei>i'mR or PiiKs^i— Dkah Sir:— With 



District. 



CorresiHunlcncc of the X. Y. WorKl. 

Nk.w Oki.kans. .Iiinc 'J<''th. ISC.;?.— 
It renuiicd no gilt of |»n>|.ln'cy to pn- 
•lict, a-s 1 «Ud in my lust, the piobahh- 
"j;obblc"of tin! Federal J«»rces at 4lra- 
shcarC'ity. Their capitiir was inevitable. 



iinh'ss Run boats and tran>j>orts co 
.sint around bv the Cult to IJei 



ouhl be 
rwick's 
Itav in time to take away tvom there these 
men. The ('onlcdcrates wen- between 
Lalourehe (Tliibodean\ ) and Kr.isliear 



};aiio|»c 

tion Hucwi'iled in Htoppin}^ tlieir ba<k- 
ward movement, ami in restoriii;^ onier 
to their ranks. A<;ain lie was at their 
head laeiiifr the loe ; and wavin;: liis 
' .'i word over his' head, lie sliouti-il "Men, 
I are \ou lii-roes, ur arc you eow- 
I artls . Follow im — < !iari;e I" ^^ itii- 
I out waiting to look whellu-«- u sinj^le man 
I would obey the orde.r, ho spurred his 
j bor.H« to an instant ^alloj* ami plunged 
alone upon the rebel ranks. His i>lade 
i Hashed rliiht and hft as he dashe<l for- 
ward. The squadron couhl not heaitalo 



hall- ol llie Adams Kxj)rcP8 ("o. as well as : ..„ur .H-iuii-sioii I wi^li l" say to tli«- rcarUr- 
,Lc United States nmil. They took all Urn ; of ^ZK:KuTli::f::'^^^^^^^^^^'^- 
arms in the posses.-ion ol the ])asst'Ugjrs. . \^^,^^ y„j uwklnV «"'> using a simple V.-jfotaW*' 

Tlic, .'uenillas statedthat they had a lorev \ j;ai„.. tli«f will cil.-ctually T-,'""^''-,'", ,','' •'''>J;' 
. P .^ 1 1 / • I .1 fiiiiiiiox Itlotehes 'rau. Freckles, aiiu all liiipun- 

«.f :;o men mur at hand, to aid them, }i|;^'';;f'*{,|f.''\^^\\^"^f.!Jvi,.'/,i.,. «iu.e >oft, clear, 
if resistance was ollered, but it ajtpcars k.n,„„th uii.nira.itiCui. „ , , „ , 

their reserve was not brought into ie.,ui- J ^1^:^:^^:^}:^^^;^::^ 
.-itum, as the pass«;n;,'ers readily surrend- j ^^^^^ ^,j„ ,.„.j,,),. ,'),,.i.i to start a full growth of 
ered. We ilid itbt learn the amount of Luxuriant lluir. Whiskers, or a M.uMaclie in 



and held the line ot tho Opelonsa.* l^ii'H at such a brave .-ight, but with one im- 
road. No reintorccmenis or trains could , ,,,,1^;,. sihoutcd and followed their leader 



"IP 
be sent from here. 'll«v«- w;us no cscaji'- , — (j,y j^t,, ^q j^^y^. |,i,„^ jo,. 1,,^ ardor Iirxd 

whatever. I given him a consideraljle start ; but they 

To recapitulate a little: Saturday ami j |„.^,|^,. t|,rongii, rod,- ov»r, and cut down 

Sumlav there were skuinishers at Kalonr- | ,|„. ,.j.i„.lr.nnk9 with an irresistableiilnnge. 

ehe Crossing, and the ollicial ii«i'i>""t j (;,.„. Kirkpatri.k was released. The ar- 

oarrie«l vou news of tho Federal vict«>r v. (;||,.,.v ^.^^^^^> „., 



money contained in the sale of the Kx- 
pn-ssC'ompany. The mail, which was an 
import.'int on'', d<vstii>ed for Frankfort, 
Lexington, and points farther cast, <h)ubt- 
less eonlaiijed a considerable amount ol 
monev. — Ciitciunali <\tiiiincrcial, July 2. 
-♦•-•-♦•♦ -♦- 
FROM RICHMOND. 



lii> 



vuu-Wc to contain 

ties in whu-h the First were emra^'e.l. 
Mour. nil ci.-'ti.i:^"*' 

^ ..ommuni.alion wa^ aN-^ read tV. m 
Honor, representing' i!.c ueoa of n.ore my .is- 
ums. Af.er some a» Late, it was apecil li' iix 
the loatfi^'ns i^f the . -^t.-rn- as follows : 

Comer of St. IVter ana Nmth. 

Corner of Fort and Walnut. 

Curucr of Olive and Kigluh. 

Crnicr of Pearl ami Eleventh. 

The mattor was rofeire.l to the Committee 
on Fire Dcp.-.rtinent. 

KEVUME KltOM LICKXSK.s. 

The C.mmittoc on l-unn^cs sul.mittoa a 
report, slio-.ung the amount of revenue re- 
.vivea tVom licenses for the eurrcnt tiscal year 
tu 1.0 S3,l-:5. It was stated th >t there are but 
few dolnqu nts-a f.u-t wl-.ieh we arc .^lad to 
hear a^ i: h..> Uon reported that not one in 
tHrce of the IhmM- saloon> are pay in.:,' licenses 

this vear. 

TuorrLKS o» \ riuK w\«ur..v. 
Mr F. P. McNamee. Fire Warden of. the 
second AVard, reportPd to tl-.e Council the 
...se of J. r>. V-AO, ^vliO has a aefooti\e chmi- 
nev. endamrer-.n;? the property arouiul it. and 
who had '•efu>ca to nnie.ly it. The matter 
was vefeiTcatotheCommirtieon Fire Depart- 
ment. 

(>'.'i:MN<- OF STUI T.TS. 

I'etitious werv read for the i.penir.:: of Tenth 
street, from Jackson to IJroadway ; ana al o « f 
Chestnut street. The matter was refene<l to 
iho Committeo on Street>. 

Aia. Gross, from that Committee, reporu-a 
favoral.lv on the petition innu two-thirds of 
the propertv o^nurs -n St. l'etv>r ^treet. fruin 
liie hill northward, to havethat street open.ul. 
aecompanyu.jr it with a motion to or.ler the 
Citv Cli.rk V> jrivc> tin- n.Minl noti. v.. 

Vld. Keod, and other mcml.ers from the 
lower wards. ..ppored it. on the i;round> that 
.<;t. reter street was -ettiui.' too much, and 
that when street improvements tor lower 
li^\\■^\ were before tin- r, umil. the up-town 
uiemLers. inelndini: the honoraMe «entlenmn 
who iiuroaui-i a the n-olution. invarial.ly op- 
p..sea them, 'iuite a lively deUttc spranj; up, 
out the motion finally i>assed. 
The Council tlK'U adjourned. 

— -•♦»• 

SfPItEMK CouitT. — Fourth DfitJ. — 
F.award Heenan v-. Patrick Nash. Submitted 

(•u brief. 

.lohnston lirothers vs. Jami-s (Jiltillan. M- 
irued and submitted. 

.Ioscj)h Ullinan, re>pon«hnt, \s. Kalman Li- 
on. JxpiH;llant. Ari,'ued by re>pondeut, ami 
leave j,'rantcd appellant to tile briefs within 

ten days. 

The following eases have lieen tleeided : 

I'atrii k Na>h vs. ( ity of St. Paul. Jud^'- 
ment of the District Court sustaining' the de- 
murrer is iifflnned, and the case remande<l 
with aireetions to pirniit the parties resiKc- 
tively, to amend. 

Samuel J. Van Krunt v>. Andrew Misner. 
Oracr overrnlin.n the tlcmiirrer to the reply 
is reversed, and the acmurrer sustaine<l. 

Tames Teller vs. Charles lii^hop and wife. 
Judj,'ment l>elow aftlrinol. 

Lewis Jones vs. Dmid Cooper. Judf,'ment 
liclow afflnned. 



(• 

Mtl.ITIA El-ECTIOX IxMlNNKAl'OMstO- 

pav, the 1 1th, at 10 o'ehu-K. a. m., as foUows : 

Ih.strict So. 18— All of Minneapolis west of 
former Corporation lindts.at the htmsc of John 
S. Hlaisaell. 

IHstrivt \o. U>— .VII of Minneapolis north 
of Itaska street, at liassett's Hall. 

lUMtrirt So. -Jt^— .Vll between Itaska and 
Nicollet streets, at Kxpress Dttiec, under Nic- 
ollet Housi . 

/)<,//•/■</ A'o. -'1— All bitween Nicolht and 
Cataract streets, at Fletcher's Hall. 

FoKTKAiTS. — Mr. bartlett. Portrait 
and lumdscape Painter, has located in Con- 
eert Hall block. St. Paul. We are jrratitied 
that we ha\e MOW amonv; us, and we liope. 
perm :nently. a skillful Portrait and Land- 
M-ape Painter. Mr. Hr.nUtt is a j^raanate of 
the "Nation.d Academy of Design)," New York, 
and ha-^ had a full sh;u-e of experience amonj,' 
the .Vrti.-ts of that a> well as other eitie». Dnr 
eiii/.eu> will tindhiin a true jjentleman an.l we 
trust he will receive patronajre commensurate 
with his merits. 

Mr Hartlett,we understand, will teach oil 
l)aintinjf in all its branches at his studio. 

Mir.iTAUV Mkktixi;.— The ofHeers of 

the tliirty-first, thirty-second, and 



thirtj 
ei-.'hth reiriments should reinemt)or the drill 
t.vni;:ht. at Armory Hall. Let there be a good 
turn-out. 

Mii.iTAKY Ei.KtTiox. — On Monday 
next. July 13. at f iirlit o'ehnk In the evenin>:, 
the election for Colonel. Lieutenant Colonel, 
and Major of the thirty-Hrst ngiment, comes 
oil at H01.C Kn^-'iue House. 

Plymouth CoxoKKOATiox.iLCHt-RCH 

— Minnea-wlis— Ucv.C.r.SftJUT, Pastor. Ser- 
vices every Sabbath (until further notice) in 



l', was pompously aimounct'd in the oUi 
oial. and copied 'into other city papers. 
There was no objection vvh.itc\tr, to the 
publication of this news, notwithstanding 
the ominous silence about Fort Ihnlsun, 
ever since the assault ol .May 'JT : and 
only yesterday, the Provost Marshal sent 
word to the city papers that they would 
make m» allusion, at present, to military 
movemenlH in this l)ei«artmcnt, which 
means to sav nothing about the capture 
of P.rashear «ity. which the newsboys 
cried about town yeslcnlay, and the aban- 
donment of the Lafourche «tiuntry by the 
Federal forc«'s. 

The "victory" on Sunday at Lafourche 
crossing was followed by the sp« edy re- 
treat of the Feileral forces to Hate sta- 
tion. Ihdore leaving Lalourche they 
burned the railroad bridge at the crossing, 
and several of the returned soldiers say 
that they spiked their battery and threw 
the guns into the bayou. At Hute station 
the>"proceedcd to intrench thcnisehcs, 
and' their subse(|iicnt operations an- sig- 
nifn-antly summed up in the r. f urn ol the 
l.".th Ma'ine regiment to this city yester- 
day with word that "the rest was com- 
ing." and the return this moroing of the 
•J«Uh Massachusetts, .sent over as a rein- 
forcement last Satiinlay evening, 'ihc 
C'onlederales meanwhile tore up a mile or 
more of the tra -k west of the crossing, 
and between the two Ibices. Federals 
and Coidederates. the Dpelousas road 
may be considered lor a "medium ol 
eoiiununication"' as dead as the Piodiester 
Fox family. 

I'ntil (ien. Hanks raises the s ege. or 
takes Port Hudson, or until he isl^ein- 
foreed from Port Uoyal or elsewhere, the 
Lafouche country is in the hands of tin- 
Confederates, and pending the rtdiefs 
there will bt; no imnieiUat<' action for the 
revision of the State Constitution and the 
revival ot the civil government. 

C<)MEl>F"\TK, (AI'IIHK OK nKASHKAlt 
• ITY. 

Last Monday the United States trans- 
port .St. Mary,' ('apt. Tabbotl, kit this 
port and went round via the (iulf, to com 
inunicate with lJerwiek"s Pay. Tuesday 
evening, while running up l\n.- hny, she 
met the United States gunboat Hollyhock 
(the old Ueliance) twenty-tive miles Irom 
IJrashear citv. The St. Mary took on 



p with a rush, and poured 
in the cannister and grape, ii'light was 
established on one side, and pursuit on 
the other. To use the expression of one 
(d'the soldiers : " Those who escaped the 
artillery were hazed down with the sabre." 
One man. a short and slender Frenchman, 
I named Pinot, or pronounced with that 
spelling, killed five with his own hand, 
and thi-n fell hiinselL He was .said to 
be a recent einiyrant from his own c«)nn- 
tiy. The slaughter in this char e was 
two rcbils to one Union ^oldi^r. 

(japtain Mann had Ik en struck by a 
sabre and unhorsed. .\t tlu* same mo- 
ment his hor.-e was killed. Helayontho 
ground heli)less, but this did not prevent 
the ndnds shooting him. as he fell com- 



Intorcstiag Statement of Releas- 
ed Priconcrs. 



77//. .^caj:i: .uiorr nix-riiK ni:FE\- 
sKS or Tin: cirr. 



pletelv within their ranks. A pistol ball most < n 
was shot thryugh his Imck under the left ! ihev wire conlined by 
.shoulder-blade, making tlic circuit of bis 
ribs inside, and lodging between two ribs 
in front, near tlie i:ip}>)e, whiiice it was 
sl.illfully extracli-d by the snrg«'ou seve- 
ral days alter. T'jat'it esenpe«l his heart 
is scarcely less than a mirai'le. He now 
lies in tjie Kmoiy llosjtilal. a mile or 
uiori* from Wadiinglon, and has smh use 
ol his arms as to indicate, wit!i the healthy 
su[ipMiation ol the wound, a speed\ i«'- 
covery. Indeed, he is already thinking 
of his saddle, and says he wiU i>e in it | 
again in a lew weeks. The cut on liis 
tiu-e extends from the cheek bone under 
his right eve to the muscle of the ne< k 
a«ross the angle of the jaw. It is already 
hi an advanced ln'ahng state 

Capt. Mai-.n is a <iuak» r, over six feet 
high, and " in for the war.' lie has two 
co'usiiis of the same persuasion in the 
same cavalry, antl has himseli" passed 
through miny lights uytil now without, 
injury". Xo one would suppose to hear 
them' conver>ing in the gentle "thee and 
thou '■ language, that there is underneath 
fiich a noble, fearless and resolute mili- 
tarv spirit. But the <^lakers, when they 
do li gilt, show a degree of pluck that en- 
titleriliem to rank with the bravest sol- 
diers ol anytime or country — the Crom- 
wellian. 



THE TR« TH CO.ni."%« OIT. 

nAI.I.r.CK UKSl'ONSIItl.K FOI! TUi: UKBKt. IXV.\- 

.i,,,v — MISSION or w Am:, wii.sov, cii \M)I.i;i; 

Wli SI MNKl! TO WASIIIN(iTO\. 



WASiii.N<rioN..July ;'..— A. (i Hatfield 
and ladv, of Lancaster, IVnn.. who were 
capturcil at the fall of Wimlierter, reach- 
ed here to-night Irom liichtnond, havirg 
left tl.at city yesterday nsoruin;. 

Tliey we're' rclea.scil with !> lO privates 
at Wimhesti-r. who have born sent to 
(amp Pande, Annapolis, lop"ther w^th 
two coinmiss!0!.i-d ollicers, who have been 
in thePichmonil Penitentiary nine months 
as hostages lor some reluds re -ently held 
bv us. 'J'hev wt-n' the only ollicers re- 
leased, even 'our surgeons 'an t chaplains 
bring drSaitifil. 

'J'Jiu ladies who were wives of ofhcers. 
some twelve in number. Avhere regaidetl 
as prisoners of war and snbje< ted to the 
lel treatment. At ^Vinch(•stcr 
the rtbels in a 
small fort proiiiiscuousiy with other jiri.^- 
oners, and on neing released were liirn- 
isluil wilh wretched accommodations for 
transit to Kiehmond, scvi'ral ladies being 
obliged to walk twenty and thirty miles. 
At I'Vtrv pla<-» tlu-y v.eru hooted at, m- 
sultt-d, :ind looked upon as Yankee curi- 
osities. On arriving at Pichmonl they 
were closely imjirisoin'd and treated as 
m(»st ol our prisoners have been J>el6re 
them. 

There was a decided scare on Friday 
last, when Col. Spcjar, of Dix's tbrees, 
niaile his raitl so near Pi«hinr>ii<l. The 
entire city was alarmed, bo much so tlwU 
nearly a thousand rebel soldier.', confined 
in the same prison with three civilian-, 
lor military ollenses, were called upon 
and told tli:it they would he furnisLe*! 
with arms, and immediately ordered out 
in (j-ont o! Richmond. The commanding 
oflii-er rcjiorted th;\l the Yankees were 
then within a few miles. On Colonel 
Spear's retreat the excitement subsided, 
but there is f-fill coustai.t fear of an at- 
tack, which was expected almost d.iily. 
Tiien- are believed to be .ibout G,U')<i 
troops in Richmond, mostly conscripts 
and 'home guards. T!ie j)rI.'>oncrs saw 
bo\ s not more than twelve^ years of age 
drilling in the streets. It is certain that 
none of P.ragg's forces have reached Rich- 
mond. i:or tliUt th.1t city has b.-eu rein- 
forced otherwise, it is the opinion tkU 
It could now be easily taken. 



Ic.s than ;i<i <la)s. All apiilicutioas unswi-rcd bj- 
return mail MlHioiit <i)mrjr<'. 

K<-sncclf'nlly ^ ours, 

TIIO.S. V. CllAPMA.X, 
Cle uii«t, 

jtildA-wSm No. UM Browhvay, Now Vork. 

- - - -•«»- 

TnK Di'.sifASKS or f^r.Kon, {Us Mal- 

tlirg iVF.rrinr.)—\, .lohn It. ()Kl>en, M. !»., au- 
thor and publULer of ttio al*OVO work, tlo hereby 
promlfo antl agree to send (free of cliarKf) to any 
vouiif,' man who will write for it, a cniiiple copy 
iijrpt!ni!<id. The pro[«'r utmly of inankiud iii 
.Mas. Ttils valnahle work In lusued and aenl 
lorlh for the b"ni'Jit of cnircring hunianitv. It 
tn'ats in Miiipl<' laiiRiiafic on nil tlK" <li.«ease« of 
Krror, Including hemlnal \V<-aki!<!si*, Nervous 
Dclility, IndlK.'stion, Midanitioly, In-aaity, 
AVasting lH'.»y, lHip»>tency, 4c., &<:.— ;.'ivin{; safe 
^p|•.!dy, and efrectiittl proi'cripiioiis for their p«;r- 
niain'Ml cure, together v itii much valuable ialor- 
inaliou. All wIkj favor ine with a dt'sire to read 
my work i-liall r<Ciivc a sample coj.y by return 
niuiljfn'eof eharj;?. 

Address 

JOH.V n.OuDF.X, M. I>. 

No. W Nas.«u» St. ^'•w York, 
mny -J-d^w.liri. 



^AUx\DERS BHO. k CO. 

WUOLKUA1.E DKAI.E&8 Ul 

UOOTS & SHOEH, 

W« have In si ore and oflV-r to the ThmIr a very 
DK.SIKABLEandClIOlCK STOCK of BOOT.S 
A.\n HHOK.S «>f III- boit htylort, seloct^d Bev«ral 
months iiuce, before the late advauo« in good*, 
which we will B<»ll 

L O ^V 1^ O R CASH. 

OK 

aliort A.i»provo«l Credit. 
.SAUXDfcUS, BKOTHKR % CO.. 



m:il-6ni 



:-i Lake Street. 



( 



GILLETTE, WHITNEY & CO. 



-,r« I'KS.SOR TO 

Thompson, Whitney 



To Cox.TMiTivr.s. — The advertiser 
having bH«!n ro8lor<d to Iieallh In a fnw week*, 
l.y a vt-ry -imple renu'dy, after having suffered 
years with a K(»vere hmKaffpctJon.aud that dread ■ 
discaj^o, foiisuuiptjoii, U anxious to makf known 
to his f.dloiv-suffercrh th«- in<'ans of eu:.'. 

To all who d.Mire it, he will send u eojiy of the | 
prcsTripiion used (free of charge) wiili the direc- i 
tions for prepariuR and usin^j the same, which j 
they will lind a sikk Cm-A^ roi: CoN«-,u.\!i'riox, j 
Asthma, HuoNcimi.s, ic The only object ol | 
ihc advertiser in sondinjr the rrescrii-iion, is to 
bcnciit the alfiictfd, and spread information 
wliich ho conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes 

every sutfercr will try his remedy, as it will cost [ HOMK-MAHE CUSTOM 

thcra nothing, and nny prove a bles-iing. '• \v'e are i.n-pared to off r to ♦h«' Country Trad.; 

Uev. Kdwaki) A. WiL-^iox, Williamsburg, , th'? best assortm^at of lio.)ts and Shoes ii 

uiy4-<i&w:{in] Kii»gs County, Now Vork. 1 the city. 

*<^* I GILLETTE, WHITNEY & CO. 



& Co. 

ManulactariT.a and Jobb«;ro of 

HOOTS and S»H01C>!», 

4C LAKE STREET. CHICAf^O, ILL. 

W« are aow receiving a large stock of Gooda 

IP.OM TllK 

BEST MANXr.^CTORlES IN THE EAST. 

and with very large addition to <*nr 

WORK. 



TiiK AMr.uitAx Exi'icK.s.s Company I p. o. Praw-r i srwt. 



at-4>iu. 



hav;ivpurchu.-.MlofJ.C ISarbank&Co.CPrtain j ^,, ^ j> p y. T S . 
rout'-^ heretoforw run by theai, would respect- j \^ 

fallv i«tate that they aro uow pn-paredto receipt i WTElft\'«^S TUfPFT iJ4LL 
thro«H, to .New Vork, Chicago. ..nd all 3 oiM ; »^ t^^^^ 3 ?..lUri-l MAlil., 
reach.d by Express^, Freights, Packages and j 225 Third Street, Rogers' BlOCk, 
Moneys, and v.ill attend to collecting D.-afts i v.i:.re v.ni b.M'.unl a larg^- 1 >-;n:;: -.ir ' : 
Xoh* and Accouut.s, and all On^ral KxprfB" ; ^ . nil rirktlic IVTattinirS 

I5..sines.. For tariff rat. s call at their office, 2ir . CarpetSjOUL-lOtllS, JlLaXtlllgS, 
Third St., op^.'^ite Stage Of!ic<». Cl.irTAlN AM» SH ADK >f AllLKl AL>. 

0;nee hours from r >. >i. to <; v. M. j >iATruKSs.fts, jKATUKUS.w.^LLi-Ai-Kr.. Scc.,*.... 

my.a-am E. F. WAllXEU, Agent. | x..,v i^.o'li' con>tsiitly arrivinjr and sold a* 



low as tht' lowest. 

vrnor.^TF.nixG lyosr. to ohdei:. 



U S T R E C E I V 1: D 



Ilarrison Hall." at 10 1-2 a. m. 



'.'t 



t,OC AE. aroTic-EM. 



TiiK atmosphere yesterday was n-mark- 
able in the extreme, and its like was pr«>l.al.ly 
never seen by even the oldest inhabitant. It 
was excessively smoky ; so much so as to be 
almost impossible fur ime to see any objfct 
more than a square off. The air was thick 
and oppressive, and a dull pall seemed spread 
over cvcrytbin:;. Tlie sun was icit visiltle 
during the whole day, and a sort of twilight 
ploom twk the place of our usual bright sun- 
shine. 

If such weather were to occur aliout the 
date of any expected Milleritish end of the 
world, there would not be wantiii;^ iminy to 
pioilaim that tlie(lestructi«»n of the world by 
fire h id already conmieneed. 

The real caiise of the smoke, however, is 
undoubtedly the burning,' of the woods caused 
by the drought. The forests near Little Can- 
ada were reported to be on lire yesterd.iy, ami 
from other portions of the State come.'* the 

same report. 

«•• — 

Whitcuek\s IIotkl. This jniblie 

House, which has f>een opened only al>ou* 
two months, is already doin^' alarge business, 
and uo w .nder, in fact, for its man.igemcnt is 
nil that a guest could wish. The fare is ex- 
cellent, the rooms neat, and the In-ds clean 
and airy. Kvcrything alN>ut the Hotel moves 
like cIock-Wf>rk under Mr. Whitcher's excel- 
lent mnnacjeinent, jis he has had considerable 
experience as a Landlord. The fire is as low 
as it is possible to be in view of the high prices 
prevail nt. We publish in another place the 
daily arrivals at this Hotel. It will Ih; seen 
that it ia getting; a fair share of jiublic patron- 
age. 

_ — ■«» 

TiiK Draft. — If tho rumor is true that 
the com'ng draft is to be only for 300,000 
men, it virtually exempts Ramsey county. 
Our quota under such a call would be a»)ont a 
hundred, and as we are in excess on former 
calls already, and one cavaliy company of 
about HO are to be mustered in in a day or two, 
it looks pretty certain that we will not l»e 
dr.iwn on this time. 



VlCK.s»ll:«J SiKJtKNDEltED — CoTTO.V 
S4VRrK— (;iK.»r!S FlKM.— Allen fc Comxtock are 
now receiving a fine lot of goods, bought during 
the great Panic, concisting of dre!<8 goods, den- 
im', stripes, eottonades, hat* and cape, and a 
itock too numerous to mention, all of which they 
oiler at less than the pn s> nt New York co»t. 

Steamboat and River News. 

KS- The Chippewa Falls arrived yenterday 
morning from Prescott. , 

Arrivals at the Hotels. 

Fkioay, .luly 10. 

B B Mo'kcr, St Anthony : .lohn R lle/lcp, U 
.■scC; .H I* Farrington. wife, child and !'«'r%ant, 
Chicago; I) Ki<'ketts, wife and .-irvant, Indiana; 
.Mils rhittlei, do; Misn Svnimons, do; N tieiry, 
( liicago: T H Cari)enter, do; I'<ai»li PurringtoM, 
Wafrville: Mary II Purringfon, do; M .M Mer 
:uida. Nfw Vork; D<' Frt-cnun, .Milwaukw- : It 
B Ijoigdon, Jolliot, III ; Mr fc Mr* O K .I»?wHt, 
Haneor. Me; .MIh« March, do: N .M Jewett, do : 
W F.Smith and wife, Koch.'!.ter, N Y ; T .slmp- 
■«.n and wile, Wlnonu; C II Blanehard ■ud wiff, 
ilo; Mr & Mrs W LDungilson, Philadelphia: -Mrs 
Menged.do; Georgi'*: Cba.xe, New ^ ork ; <.'lia« 
T Feriiola,do: I> B BuriiK, .«t Louin: l>r U It 
Stratton, Centreville, Ind; Fred B <:urtlsii and 
l;idv. na.-dings; Mi"* Ethridge.do; I) S Norton, 
\yiiiona; LW l»eUn>» and wife, Vermont ; Wm 
Mullikeii Ma4lUon, Wlx; II II Kogem, Fort >Dol- 
ling; Alex .Smite, lady, two daughters, and one 
»(in, .Smith*!) Landing, O. 

.IfEHCHAarTil. 

.1 F Patton, Cincinnati; G W lUch, llender- 
.xon: .1 .1 S<'gers,do; (i .M Seymour, Stillwater; 
llou Henry A Swift. St Peter; John D loll and 
uife. (ieneva, NY: ON Tousley and wife. New 
Albany, Ind; DT Henry and wif.-, ritt.sburg; U 
!, Warner «u<l lady, St Peter; Geo B llexlep, 
Cincinnati; .Mrs Wisie, I.,e Sueur; T (J Jleadley. 
.Monticello; S S Chapman, Chicago; .1 E War- 
ren and wife, MliiiieaiK)li« : 1> A Huntitman, 
Shskopi-e; O.I Cate-t, Chittenango; W W Ken- 
dall, « :hicago ; J K Ilezlep, West Point Navy; (i 
.MeAlli'Hter, r H Navy; I I Lewln, Watertown. 
Wi..*: .1 H Mor'on, Bonton ; A .M Mealy, New 
Brunswick ; II L (Jordon, Clear Water: I> C Par- 
ker, Plymouth, Minn ; Ed .Johnson, do; L (iran- 
delme)er, St Cloud; S 8 .Murdock and lady, SUll- 
wat4»r. 

AMEBICAM. 

.Tohn Dryer. Ifndxon; f' B Baldwin; .f H \or- 
t )n, FaribBult ; B Van Campen, Cannon Fall.*; I 
Cincoln, Sh«ki>|>e«*; S Labrielnon, Fort Itldgely ; 
.lohn Sloan, St Paul; AC Harrison, Milwaukee ; 
W Ualley, Pokepsle, N Y; .lohn l-^^lwards, Crow 
vMiig; James S Smith, New York; WII Bass- 
low, Boston ; SarouH <) Osgood, do; (i W King, 
do; WmOoodsell, l>>wliiton. Pa; S .%I Johnson 
and lady, Chicago; (i A llerrinton, Catena. 

Mil ITCH CR'N HOTBI^. 

Dan Kucbler, Dubui|ue; T A Barnes, CHnn«n 
Fidls; > (i A Bead; Columbia City, Ind; Lizzie 
Bead and daughter, do; Gw) Abbott, Stillwater; 
P GnteM, Bed Wiug. 



COMMERCIAL. 



ExcCK-SiON AnAXUONKij. — By the fol- 
lowing item from the Chicago Tribune, it will 
be sccu that the contemplated excursicm wo 
noticed some time since, his l>ceii abandoned : 

"Owing to the unprecedented low water in 
the Upper Mississippi, the managers of the 
advertised excursion to St. raiil, have l)cen 



Dtally nevirw of cta« M<. Paul Mwr- 
kt*fs. 

Fkioav EvHNiNts, July 10. 

The Produce Market has been tjulte flat for a 
day or two, ami, notwithstanding the uncertain- 
ty attending the prvsent crop, prices are by no 
means firm. 

Wheal was quoted to-day at SOrjKSe, the large 
decline, a.s we mentioned yesterday, owing to 
the fall in gold. 

Oats are quiet at 5-.>>{5oc. 

Corn 4.5c. 

Kye inactive; no sales. 

Barley KO{jS.k\ 

Potatoi's, new, ft ; old 4<>c. 

Butter In request at ll<li:i^c. 

Eggs 1'4'^c. 

Chec»e, in>w, IO(ji!j',c. 

Wool l« reported lower. As yet there have 
been only small recidpts lipre. The f rinclpal por- 
tion of the sales have been made In the Interior. 
The prices which have l>een paid hayc not been 
made known, but there do<!s not seem to >><> much 
sllfTness among sellers. The entir« clip of seve- 
ral counties has already Imm-q marketed. 

O. CuuTiri, Oeneral Insurance Agent 

Office In Thompson'* Block, Third street. 

L. H. Chute, Agent for i£tua Insurance Com- 
pany, 8t. Anthony. 

June 2nh, 1803. dly 



board the gunboat's passenper's— the 
(late) Trovost Marshal of Hrashear and 
about forty Federal soldiers who had es- 
caped on 'this boat. From them were 
gathered the following particulars with 
regard to the capture by the Conlederates 
of Ura.shear city : 

News of Saturday's and Sunday's ope- 
rations at LalburchI- crossing reached tlu' 
force at IJrashear city. It is s.tid (imt I 
am not certain of this) that the 1:* Id guns 
of the 2l8t Indiana (inlantry regiment, 
now the First Indiana) battery were sent 
to reinforce the Feilerals at the crossing. 
If this is the case, the Confederates will 
be obliged to fish them out of th(! bayou, 
instead of removing them, as they might 
have ilone, from lirashear city. The force 
at lirashear city expected an attaik ; but 
they looked for the attack from Lafour- 
che, and were fairly surprised— literally 
as well as in a military sense — when at 
daylight Tuesday morning two batteries, 
mounted the night previous, opened upon 
tbein from Berwick city, opposite, and 
not an hour alter came crashing through 
the woods a mixed mass of horse and 
footmen. There were not more than six 
bundn-d of them, and they were a portion 
of Mouton'.s force Irom the west l)ank ol 
the Teche. They crossed on rafts and 
Hat boats, landing on the south bank o( 
Lake I'alondre, charged into town, and 
came in the rear ot the Federals, who 
were looking for an advance upon IJayou 
B«ruf. It was a short work. There was 
no fighting. The Provost Marsh.il and a 
few inen near the bay succeeded in get- 
ting on board the llollyhok. The rest 
were "gobbled." 

As a raul, surprise, or "gobble," it was 
a most important achievement for the 
Confederates, and a disaster to the Fed- 
erals. There are no means ol knowing 
paeeisely the number of men who w:'re 
taken prisoners. They were volunteers 
belonging to the "2 .hi Connecticut, the 
170th New York, and the 1st Indiana 
battery, with several sick .ind convales- 
cent men. Two thousand negroes— men, 
women and «hildren — were in the city, 
not one of whom escapetl. There is trea- 
son to believe that some of the soldiers 
joined the Federal forces at Lafourche 
Sunday evening. Tho.se who retnained 
are prisoners. The 1st Indiana battery 
men were on duty at Fort Buchanan, an 
earthwork on Lake I'alondre, command- 
ing the inlet of the Atchafahiya river. 
Capt. Noblett's horse came into the city 
from the fort riderless, and the fate of tho 
rider is only conjectured .it. 

Tliere were, lour heavy guns in the 
fort, one 80 pound I'arrott in the city, 
three or four guns on tho earthworks at 
Bayou B<cuf, and in the magazine there 
were .'{0,0'M) rounds of ammunition for 
these guns. In atldition to the (tempo- 
rary at least) occupation ol this important 
position, there were other very d( sirable 
spoils in the place. When (Jen. Banks 
made his advance to Alexandria, wi.shin^ 
to encumber the army as little as possi- 
ble on the m.'ireh, he left everything that 
was supcrnuoiis at Brasher City. His 
tents, his army's naps^acks, the olHccrs' 
baggage, considerable supplies of stores 
ami jirovisions, have all lallen into tin- 
hands of the i-onfederates. Beyond the 
clothes worn by those who escaped on the 
llollyhok (and they did not stop to make 
very elalK)rate toilets) evcrj'thing was 
captnreil. 

» « ♦ « ♦ 

A «attk«>r In th« Aldlr Flirlit. 



.Speelal Corre'pondi'ne»' of th-' Cin. Cazette. 

Waisbinctox, June 26. — The time has 
come when there is no longer any inipro- 
prietv in revealing <'ertaiii facts connect- 
ed w'ith the late and present campaigns 
thai inlimalely concern our jiulgmenl id 
both. The burden of these iacts is, that 
neither (Jeneral Hooker nor the "war 
men" of the ailministration (as thev have 
come to be known) arc in :iny wise re- 
sponsible for the policy that ha.s rendered 
the present rebel invasion possible. 

It will be remembered that alter the re- 
verse at Chancelloravillc, mm h attention 
was directed by the journals 111 the inter- 
est ol the Tory Democracy to the pres- 
ence in Washington of Senators Wade, 
Wilson, Sumner and ChamUcr; and the 
" abolition junt.i*' was described as at 
once bewildered by the ♦'delcit of their 
lavorite," and "mdu.etrious in scheines to 
prevent the return of" — the inevitable 
.McClellan. 

The Senators were occupied .ibout much 
more important and pr.iclieal business. 
They foresaw ch-aily what the certain re- 
sult oi inaelion would be, and collectively 
)»resseil upon th»' Administration the 
warning that unle.«s the army of the To- 
tomac were speedily reinfoice«l and placed 
on the oHensive again, the rcdnls wouhl 
und. rtake another campaign of invasion. 
It was in less than ten days alcer the 
(^hancttllorsville reverse that this impres- 
sive warning was given, and again and 
apain repeated. 
' The Administration seemed to be con- 
vinced but replied that it was impossible 
to reinforce Hooker. But it is not impos- 
sible, argued the Stmators. Take our 
troops Irom Yorktown, Fortress Monroe, 
and North C;irolina; if need be from 
South Carolina, even; leaving only gar- 
risons sullicient to hold the fortifietl points. 
Scattered as they are, the troops are use- 
less ; concentrated upon Lcc's exhausted 
army at once, they may be ahh- to drive 
it pell-inell through Richmond ; and in 
any event they can keep it on the defen- 
sive. 

Gen. Hooker was of cotirse eager for 



F«o.n i.oi.i»via.JL«:. , 

..If f- 

.vNDTiir.n iiAin iiv <ii-x. moru-vx— vkt>- 

K1:A1. KKGIMENT CAI'TlltKP. 



A NEW L«rr OF 



L I X E N C A T S . 



Ldi isMM.i., .Inly o. — .Vt 7 o'cbck this 
moroing. John Morgan with l.lj'Vl caval- 
rv. p.ttaekcd the 2<>th Kentucky infantry. 
100 strong, under Col. Hanson, at Leba- 
non. Alter .-even hours fi^iht Morgan's for- 
ces coniiiH'uced burning tlie town, setting 
lire to the rail road dej)ot and six or seven 
houses. Col. Hanson then surrendered, 
and Morgi'ii's Ibrces left in tho direction 
of Springlield. There were six or sevtn 
killed on' each side and several wounded. 

The Journal is .idvised that thirty reliel 
guerrillas crossed the Nashville Kailro.id 
at IJocky Hill Station early ye.sterd:ty 
inorninn;. They bnrned the depot, then 
went on to Lebanon branch, nine mile.'' 
Iriini Lebnnon. and tired into the train 
going down, killing one and wounding 
another. They riddled one car with bul- 
lets, then went towards Lebanon, Jind 
fired into the train going down, killing 
one and wounding another. They riddled 
one (Mr with bullets, then went towards 
Lebanon encountering in their w;iy ten vi 
the Si.xty-third Indiana, who, without 
even a conimis.«ioned ollicer, whipped 
thirty rebel cavalry, killing four, when 
the re.-t d» camped. No loss on our si<le. 

Cajd. KriK>f, of the L'Cdh Kentucky, 
attacked a rebel comjiany at Woodburn, 
on the Nashville road, he whipped them 
— capturing •")(» horses. 1 prisoners, and 
wounding several. The rebels tied iii the 
direction of South I'liion. There is a 
part of Col. .Miu-ray's cavalry in pursuit 
of them. 

I.itcisvil.i.i:. .Inly 1.— The morning 
train hence to Nashville was ordered back 
to Louisville on accouct ol the appre- 
hendcil difficulty along the ro.id. The up 
train at the lutcst advices were at Bowl- 
ing Green. The rumors of a fight near 
(ilasgow . I unction is incorrect. At Nash- 
ville t!ie river is U feet on the shoals, 
and still rising. 



I.MPOsiTiox. — Passengers for St. Paul j 
and Intcrme'iate Points, leave Chica;ro by Chi- j 
c:igo :mJ Xo:th Western Railway, at fc.l.i a. m. ; 

VIA PKAIUIE DU CHIEN, 

Arrive nt Prairie du Chieu 3t f>.W v. M., making • 

direct couiittctlon with 8te.-»Tner(», and getting ! 

f upper on board. ! 

■ VIA LA CRO.S.SE, I 

Arrive at I.a Cro-gc at '.» v. M. \ 

Xocl:aii<re of cars between Chicago and Prai- ! 

rie du Chien. , . .. v 

i..^^ lime through to St. Paul, &c., same hy 1 

"no extni 'charge for me.^B and gtate-room on*iPLAN LINEN DRILL 
Btt-aniers. ! 

E. P. BACOX, Gen'l Ticket AgH. PANTS 

AXD A FINE LOT OF FHil KK1> 

All of which wt- are prepared to sell a: 

REDrrEI) FRirES. 

W. H. XK30?LE, 

mv.-Wtf TMlBD-hX. 



My atteatiOTi has been called to the above cir- I 
ciilar circulated on the cars' of the Chicapro and : 
Xorlliwetsteni Uailroad and in Chicago, which is ! 
an impo-itlon on the public, as the citizens of St. , 
I'aiil well knovv- that it i< false, audthat the boats i 
of tho Davidson Line in conm»ction with the La j 
Crosstj P^ilroad, arrive here from eight to tifteeu 
hour.- tihi .11. of the boats running in coaaection | 
will! the Pi-uisie du Chien Bailroad. * 

myl>tf WM. F. DAVIl).<OX. 1 

u • »»■ ; 

Editors St. Paul Press : I 

Kti'LT TO C.VPT. Davidsos.— Haviug ol»- ; 
served a communication in your paper IVom Capt. 1 
W. F. I»:ividsou, alleging that a statement con- i 
tallied in a certain advertisement VK'&ring ray ^ 
signature, to the effect that the time fi-oiu Chi- j 
cago to St. Paul, is the same via Prairie du Chien i 
and La Crosse, is an "imposition" upon the pub- 1 
lie I dwm It due to myself and to the line I rep- j 
resent, to etate the facts in the case detinitely. j 

I m.aintaia that the time is iira-cticaUn the same j 
tiv lioih lines, as tlie boats from I.a Cros.-e arrive 
at St. Paul at from seven to ten o'clock in the ! 
evening, ami those from Prairie du Chien at from 



BOOK AK9 JOB PRINTING. 



Tito r*i-ess I»i-iiitiiig: Oo. 

In order to keep pace with their rapidly increa> 
iiig business are constantly extending their la- 
cilities for Hook and .lob Printing. They have 
ten to two o'clock in the night, passengers by j recently introduced Steam into their establioh 
the latter b.wts remaining on board undisturl>ed, 1 meet, ami put up anoth-T of 

ut, such! HOE'S LAKGE CYLINPER PRESSES. 

AVe are prepared to Print all kinds of 
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, BRIEFS. 

POsTEKS, PlIOGUAMilES. niLLIlE.xnS 

BLANKS, BILLS OF LADING, 

CUICULAUS. 

And every otJier description of 

PLAfs AXD o'ny.i-nExrAL rniyTixa 

At moderate rate s and at f liort notice. 

"iSOTER~& Tl\RDENBL'R(tH, 



uiiiU nioniing. 

The limits of an ordinary aovertisemt 
a8 the one referred, will not admit of the state- 
ment of circumstances at lengtli ; they must b" 
stated hrief.y, in general terms, and I submit to 
tho juilgtuent 01 the traveling piibdc, whether 
then? i^ any "impositioi" in tlio sUtemeut re- 
ferred to. 

Respectfully Yours, 

E. P. BACOX, 
Gen'l Ticket Agent M. & Prairie du CUien U. R. 

St. P.vi 1., May 11, '«>:i. 



K I N C E 

IMPROVED 



& CO ' S. 



F 



M: O N K T -A. R Y 



MEL OT> E O >Q S ! SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
! SAIL MAKERS, 

wakuanted kok fivk years. I 



HOW (iKNEKAI, KlItKI'ATUlCK WAS nECOVEHEU. 



Correspondence of the Evening Po«t. 

\Va8IIjX(JTON. June L"J, 1«(;3.— The 
company in which General Kirkpatriek 
wan engaging the rebels at Aldie was 
overborne by their superior mass, ami he 
was left a prisoner in their hads. Captain 
Nicholas llalleck Mann, of Milton, Ul- 



this eonrse. An.xions to lijiht a<;ain. with 
or withont reinforcements, it was natural \ 
that he should seik as much numerical as- 
surance of success as possible. lleh;id 
his plans for a new movement ; they were 
discussed with the Senators who visited 
him to see if hostilities could m.t be im- 
mediately resumed ; and linallv. iliioiifjh 
their a;zency,(ien. 1 looker <-.ime to \^':l^h- 
inglonlmd held loiij; consiiltatinn.s with 
the President, Secretary of War, and 
(ien. llalleck. 

The result of these consultations v.nsa 
derisive and sm-ees-lnl opposition on the 
part of (;en. llziUcck to every phtn pro- 
posed. 

Then fidlowed the triumph of the llal- 
leck policy, long wc« ks ol inaction, the 
depletion' of the army by the expiration 
of enlist inents, the .scantiest reinforce- 
ments, continued dis|)er.sion of troops, 
and, finally, an<l by tiie lej;itimate refer- 
ence, the meddlesome Senators had point- 
ed out, rebel invasion. 

It is too early, nerh;ips, to pass any 
jud;^ment on all this; lortunately, it is 
not too late to li.\ the facts ; and justice 
alike to (Jen. IIot>kcr, the Senat.^rs, and 
the war members of the Cabinet, rctjuiies 
their statement now. 

Had the coun.sci of these {rentlemen 
prevailed, it is n«)t certain tlnit we would 
have won perfect siicct>ss ; but it is certain 
we would not have had the inaction which 
permitted, and indeed, produced this in- 
vasion. AlJATK. 
»-»♦«■» 



COIN AND EXCHANGE QUOTATIOXS OF 

Thompson Bro's:-, 

St. Pai'i., July <» 18fi3. 
llaiik-rrnnnd lirenxcd Dcitlfr.-in Lntul Wnrravt/i, 
nrrohtlifinir;/ mid Adult Half llreed ^crijuqc 

KXCriANOK KATKS. 

Selling for. Premium 

Bankable Fund? ^.' perct.prem 

American Gold 40porct. 

Orders for United States Land Warrants, State 
warrantK, &c., proini>lly executed. 

State aud L'nitrd states Coupons paid at our 
co'inter. 

Passage Certificates via T.iveriool and Ham 
burg; I>r:ifl son England, Ireland and Scotland 
Kraiiee,(ierniany and Swit.*erland, Sweden and 
Norway, for snli' at our olTuv. 



/'^(UBTICE & HALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 

rWcc tM .Vnckuhhi'ii HloH; Washiiigtou Utrect, 

bitirccii Third and Foiirth-Mn., 
Will prompllv attend fonny rrofe^sloiiBlbuslness 

entrusted to them. From a 1<'»K '''.V;;''"";!* •'.''T 
and u thorough knowleUg- of the dllTerent sur- 
"I'v s both ill the Citv and country, we have great 
f ullitieM for executing our work wUh correctness 
and dispatch. Lau'i bought and .old. Collections 
iViiide. Taxes paidfor non-resideutsat the lowest 

"^"x^it —Drawing Instrunenf«-and Pajier for sale. 
D.' L. Ct «th;k. ap-ja-lm John T. Hai-stki». 



N 



O T I C E 



The oldest estaWishment in the United States, 
employing -tKi men, and tinishiug eighty instru- 
ments per week. 

MANUFACTOKY COKXKIt OF MARYLAND AND 
KIAGAK.V STBKKTS, 

BX.TFF.AJLO, IV. Y. 

WHOLESALE DEPOTS. 

47 Fulton street New York 

iA I.Ake street • Chicago 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. 

Henry Tollman & Co Hoston, Mass 

W. F. Colburn Cincinnati, D 

Maimer & Weber St. Louis, Mo 

James Bellak Philadelphia 

A . Cou se l^ct roi t , Mich 

Ph. P. Werleln N<w Orleans 

A. &S. Nordheimer Toronto C. W 

Persons unacquainted with the Melodeon and 
Its history, wdl bear in mind that we are the pio- 
neers and leading manufacturers, not oidy 111 tlie 
Cnited Mates, but in the world. We commenced 
the manufacture of Melodeons in the fall of the 
vear IHT, and sinc<» that time have liuj.shed and 
sold TWENTY-SEVEN THOLSAND. Tlie^e 
instruments are now in use not only in the L in- 
ted .'States and Canada, but also in Europ*', Asia, 
Africa, South America and the West Indies, and 
from al these .juarters we have the most flatter- 
nig testimonials of thi» high estimation in which 
llicy are held. 

AT ALX lNPr.>»TRIAL r,XHZ'»'TIONS TIIF.V 

IIAVK INVAUIABI.V BEKX AWAK1>IS1> 

THE HIGHEST PREMIUM WHKX- 

EVKR KXIillUTISU IX COMPK- 

TITIOX WITH «»TIIKnS. 

We shall take pleasure In forwarding bv mail 
(atonrown exji-nse) our Illustrated (Catalogue, 
in which every iuslrument we manufacture is 
fully described and illustrated by elegant engrav- 

"aH Melo'teons of our manufacture, either sold 
by ns or .lealers in anv part of the linttMl .States 
or Canada, are warranted to be perfect in every 
r»'«i)ecl, and should anv repairs bt« m-ct'ssary l>e- 
for.' th" expiration ol Ave >ear8 from date of sale, 
we ho d ourselves n>adv and willing to make the 
same fVee ot charge, provided the injury is not 
caused bv «<x?ident or design. 

Agents for the sul" of our Melodeons may be 
found in all the principal towns of the t'uiU^ 
States and Canada. 

Address either 
GE«». A. PKINCE & CO., BulTalo. N. Y. . 
CiEO. A. I*HI>CE & Ci».,»C Kulton-st., N. > . 
f?F,0. A . PKIXCE fc CO.. 43 lAke-st., Chicago. 

Or either of the above Wholesale Agents. 

A*- For sale by MLNGEK BROS., Agents. St, 

MinneHOta. aUI-.".l-<l*Wly tM 



TUALX l)K8TltOyKl> ON THE LolI.-^VHd.E 
AND LkXINGTON KaH ItOAD UV GlKU- 

Rii.i.AS.— We learn by a private dispatch 
Irom Lexington, that a passenger tram, 
bound from Louisville to Le.\mKton, was 
attacked near Christianburg. Shelby Co., 



Is hereby glveu, that p'lrsunnt to dlreclions 
from tlu- t'omiuissioner of the (Jeneral Land t>f- 
tUv the undersign<'d will »)e prepare.! to receive 
appliwui.ins at the Lsnd Ollice ut .St. Cloud, aiin- 
nesota, on Mondav, the irth day of August. IJUkI 
for entries of such lau.ls, as an- remaining uijsold 
and unaopropHated by law and heretofore sui)Ject 
to sale and entry at the Land Office at t>tter Tall 
Citv,. MinuehOU, now di-contln«ed. 

Given under our bands at St. Cloud, Minnesota, 
this jrth <l«v of June, isiui 

T. C. M( CUKE. Keglster. 

jyl-Olw C. A. GILMAN, Kecelver. 



Paul. Minnesota. 

EKNDON 



H 



HOUSE, 



Corner of Thinl and Vermillion Streets, 
HASTINGS, - - - MINNESOTA, 

- iMtf Of the M?-rcha»t*' Htdd, nt St. Pun/, 
i iii , ,..*..... rwM'KIETOK. 

«a- Passengers conveyed to and <>o™„ the 
Bo^free. J«>»-^ 



: ^.^-^fci-ffii 



Xo. «1» !»outto ^Vater Street. ClilratfO. 

Have constantly on hand a large as.«ortment of 

31anilla A:: Tni-r-ocl Rope, 
13it<»liiiiff noi>0"w. 

Old ('anvass. Oakum, Tar, Fitch, 

CHAINS. TACKLE BLOCKS. TENT:. AWN 

INGS, WAGt»X COVERS, CX^TTON 

AND la .<SIA nCCKS, 

Common and Patent Holat Wlirrla.for build- 
ings, constantly on hand. 
C.r.t». Y. KOSTKK. JeM-ly) r. M. ll.AROEXBtRGH 

MORTGAGE SALE. 

Wliereas, default lias t^v-n made m th«» condi- 
tion of a ct'rtain mortgage, ex.-cuted, acknowl- 
edt.Ki and deliv- n-d b. A!b<rt Fuller to Thomas 
H. ^Vinston,dnte.! on t!i.' Hth day ol .\ucust. 
\!-M and re»'<»rd»'d mi the oflSiv of the Kegister ot 
l»eeds of liamsev «.>unty, State 01 MnineM.ta, on 
the IC.th tUv of August. ISV.. at 1 05 ock r. >i., 
in Book " F" ot Morlgages. pages .4,' and ,4.1, 
, wherobv the sai.I AUmtI Culler conx eyed to the 
said Thomas B. Winston, his ex.vuTors, admin 
i^trators and assigns, the following descnl>e.l 
I pn'niises, situate in said c»n>nty ,>f Kanisey. and 
i .state of Minnesota, vi/. : Lot number nine ;v:. ot 
i block fortv-tive i,4..\ in Kiw & Irvine's Addnioii 
to the citv of St. Paul, to secure the pa>ment of 
ttie sum of thnv thousand two hiinilred and BRv 
dollars, according to the oonditi.m>o' three c.>r- 
' tain proinissorv notes, e.xecutt'd and delivered l>v 
said Kuili-r to' said Winston, described in said 
mortgage; , . , j 

And, whereas. ther«> is now claimed to be due, 
and is due, on the said mortjiage debt, the sum of 
two thousand nine hundred and tilty-soen Ct-.- 
i)ir.<^>> dollars. , , .. , 

Vnd, whereas, proceedings at bw for tlie fore- 
closun- ot .said mortgage . \v,r«- comne need in the 
nistrict Court, in and f<»r the saldctmnly of iUiu- 
sev which said pro -^'ediuK's wen- discontinue«t 
urtor to the puhlicatirn of lids notice; 

\nd, w »ier«'as, sine the execution and delivery 
of said mortgate, the said Thomas It. Winston 
h«« depaited this life, and the «ul»scribers, Alex- 
ander Kamsev and Wilhelmiis Bo>;jirt, have N'en 
dulv ai>p««ntt'Hi and .piHlitied. as e.viHrut<>r« of the 
la-if willsnd testament of said Wiii.-.ton: 

Now. therefore, notice ts hereby given, that in 
pursnaiMV to a |x)wer of sale in sjdd m«»rtgage 
ctmtaiiied. and tiy virtue of the statute in such 
case.s made and pro\ ided, the said mortgaged 
premises, hereinb,fore described, will lie sold at 
public auction, by the ^herifl■ of said Kamsev 
Countv, at tlie front door of ilie ("onri House, iu 
the city of St. Paul, in said countv, on the 18tli 
day of .Inly, a. n., ns<V{, at ten o'clock, iu the foie 
noon, to^iy olT and satisfy said mortgage d«bt- 
and the costs and exiienses of said sale. 
Bt. Itiul, June 5th, 18»a. 

ALEXANDER KAMSKV,aud 
WILHELMUS BOGAKT, 
Executors of 1 honias B. ^^ inston, deceased 
HoKX, Lt'NU * GAbUSU A, Attorneys for Ex- 
ecutors. je« t-Tw 



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SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 




VOLUME III. 



S^INT I>!a.XJL, SXjyPA^Y^ JTJX Y 12. 1868. 



NUMBER 163. 



She J^aittt ^ml ^xm. 



«»• THIS papor lins a larRtT Dally. Tri-Wopkly 
ind \Vt<.'kly circuUtiou tfmu auy othor la Mlnnt>- 
Ota. aiKl thrtfvforo prostpnls laducmonta to ad- 
Tertl*iTS w hlcli ttioy wUl not tluil ol.iowhere. 



SAINT PAUL, SUNDAY, JULY 12. 

Republican Union Convention. 

The Hopublicans and all other uuoondltlon- 
al L'niL>n mcu throujjhout l!io Stato of Minne- 
sota, who are carucst an.! honest supporters of 
l]ie A.lminl^traion, and who will s!au.l by it 
without fear or favor In all its ett'ons to crush 
rolK-'Uiou and maintain tlu- Union, and who de- 
sire to sec n» less.itinn of hostiliMos until tiie 
gli.ri msoldthii; of our country shall wave over 
a uni.id Kopii' •'>'•• "without a stripe enured or 
polhupd.or a sin.u'lotarobsi uie.l,"— andall.in 
tiu.,whoaro uuii-niproiui-in^ly hfstiletotrait- 
ors.'whether ..pen. armed rebel- inUioS^outh.or 
coveri advocates in the N<<rth of a danja>;ing 
and huuuliat.ni; peaee, will assemble iu lon- 
veu;i >n at St. Taul. at luRersoll's Hall, on 
Wednesday. An-ust 19, 1S«J3. at U o'eloek a. 
M.. for the piiri>ose of nominatiug candidates 
for the tollowini; oiHoes : 

Ooventor; 

Lieutenant (lovemor ; 

SevTetary of State ; 

Sjatv- 'I're.isurcr ; 

Att > nev Ceneral; 

Auditor of State ; 

Cle;k ot llie supreme Court. 

The diilorent counties w'll be entitled to l>e 
represented in the Convention by Delegates, 
w h.> arc bonaJiiJe residents of the counties from 
which they are accredited, us follows : 

Anoka \ 

lli-llCi'U ■ 

lila" Kartli 

Hrown 

t.'ar\»'r ,.,....•••. 

4'liis.nj;o 

IMkoTH 

l>'j'i<r'* 

Fariibuult 

i'illiiiorc 

Fre»'l)ora 

llei)it<'i)in 

Uuiiti 

licMnlIiUi* 

lU'usi'U 

l.f Micur 

.Mcl^«>uit 

Meeker 

aiille Lac 

No llele^'ates will be admitted from unor- 
p-.mi/ed or uninhabited counties, net enumer- 
ate.! alx>ve. 

i;y or.hr of the Ucpubli-an Cenua! Com- 
mittee. 

ROUT. F. VISK. Ch'n. 
WILKOUI) I.. WTI^ON. 
AM>llF.\V NKSSKI., 
n. BLAKl'.LY. 
J. R. (ill.l-IId.AN. 
UK N.I. F. SMITH. 
.Sr. Pavi.. July 8, 1S6;L 



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J-luc 


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llaiuse V 


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U.'uville 


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Scott 


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Slicrbuni.- 


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Stctit' 


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Winona 


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nrowM rno.n jouir 

John lirough. the Union canilidate for 
Governor of Ohio, is making tellin<; 
speeches for the good cause. John thus 
d(?scribcti the resolutions passed by tho 
Ohio Copperhead convention, which tliC 
Pioneer !»a>s coven* the "true, loyal, oon- 
ncrvalivc Democratic ground ;*' 

They are a^nlnst tho war; Ihi'V arc aifidn.-Jt 
the j)roiierutlou of tho war; auai >st the Ad- 
ministration; against arbltr.iryju-rcsts; against 
every thins thcv could lind to allei,'e a^^aiust 

.1^ ti \ ^r »!..> V/>.«h Milt lint fitii> 



day's PiiKJW, proves to have been errone- 
ous. X gentleman who arrived from 
there yesterday, says great apprehension 
exists, but no murders have been com 

mittcd. 

» » ♦» » ■ 

Fin-si Lieuteuant Albert II. Stevens of 
Co. 1), 7th regiment has been promoted 
to Captain, vice Curtin ivfligned. 

Second Lieutenant Archibald A. Price 
has been advanced to First Lieutenant, 
vice Stevens promoted. First Sergeant 
Erron D. Eastman becomes Second 



tlic Ooveniment of the North. Hut not otu 
Hue or word or svllablc, from the first line of 
the first 
twenty 

?Lver;;;;.;^"ird>:;;^n:;^Jr qu;^rclJ.r-wlti;; ; Iit;NTK.rs and trappers are coming in 
proclaimed to »k« most tvrranic il. ^ Your own ! ,jnj|y 



•St resolution to the hi'^t line of tlio Lieutenant vice Price promoted. 

-third. condtMunatorv of this rebellion ! 

be men who iuauRuratLd It. Your own ( , ' TITTr 



BATTI.C or «BTTir«lBi:ii« — A 
.ni:«:«i:»oTA hkro. 

We publish to-day a remarkably vivid 
account of the great battle of Gettysburg 
from the grajihic pen of S. Wilkinson, 
tho correspondent of the New York 
limes, the most brilliant and etTcetive 
correspondtint in the field. The letter 
opens with a most affecting alK'sion by 
the writer to the death of his son, who 
fell in tho battle, and the grief of the 
afQieted father breaks out in several 
touching references to the sad occasion. 
It is a battle seen throuj^h bliiuling tears. 

The writer records one incident ot re- 
markable heroism on the part of Cor- 
poral llaydcn of the First Minnesota, 
which we take from the body of his letter 
to give it the more conspicous place to 
which the distinguished bravery of its 
.subject entitles it in our columns : 
A .MINNESOTA HKItO. 

Corporal Ilayden, of tho First Minne- 
sota, was captured — escaped, seized a 
musket and .seized a rare opportunitv, and 
actually made ten rebels surrender. 
While marching them to Gen. Gibbon's 
quarters, a rebel behind a tree on the 
wav drew a bead on him with his rifle. 
Hayden saw him in time to bring his 
piece to a level, and cry out, " Surren- 
der.'' The fellow actually threw down 
his gun and joined the cavalcade, and 
Ilayden came in with eleven captives. 

» « » » ♦ 

THi! coRi»» co."WMA:»o«:n» or 

THK AM-tllf OF Xi*K l»OTO. 
91 AC. 

We gather here and there, from East- 
em journals, some information, which we 
have been looking for in vain, as to the 
present organization of the Army of the 
Potomac. 

The First Corps is commanded by Gen- 
eral Newton. 

The Second Corps by General Hancock, 
the hero of Friday's battle. lie has a 
brother, we believe, at St. Anthony. 
The Third Corps, by Gen. Sickles. 
The Fourth Corps— cannot ascertain, 
unless it be CJen. Ileintzelman. 
The Fifth Corp.s, by Gen, Sykes. 
The Sixth Corps, by Gen. Sedgewick. 
The Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth 
Corps, cannot ascertain. 
The Eleventh Corps, by Gen. Howard. 
The Twelfth Corps, by Gen. Slocum. 

. » « » « ♦ ■ 

■~~^ UATCU'H MAWCItlt*. 

We are informed that the general chase 
after Irdians m the western counties 
which has been stimulated by the recent 
order of the Adjutant General, has had 
the effect to interfere seriously with the 
recruiting for Major Hatch's battalion of 
Frontier Rangers. Now this is \ery 
much like robbing Peter to pay Paul. No 
citizen can possibly do more effective 
service in th«^ extirpation of the Red 
Devils from this Sute than by enlisting 
in Major Hatch's command. In order to 
remove any misconception as to its des- 
tination we are authorized to state ex- 
plicitly that this battalion is designed 
wholly for special serv ice on the western 
frontier, and that when this service is 
performed they will be discharged. 

♦■»♦«♦ 

THK CIlEirCtM ATA^A MVIftDBn. 

We learn that Hams, the horse-thief, 
and murderer of Hathaway, is at Supe- 
rior, and that Sheriff Blare, of Pine 
County, Icfl Chengwatana on Thursday, 
aod doubtless will arrest Harris to-day. 



people lire maliKncd and abused, but not on. 
word ajcainst tho-.e men whu struck di>wn tin 
best (io>crnmcnt tlie world ever knew, and 
and an; .seckinj? to establish and )»iri)ctuate 
an olivanhv. Did the>c leaders, for und.r- 
stand me, when I am .-.pealdn;; of this matter 
I sptak of the leaders of this party an-l not 
of the ma-sho, for my cxiuricueeijf the Dem- 
ocratic party m Ohio' is that lt^ masses area* 
honest as anv men that ever w.dked on tluf 
f.iee of the earth— did tho>e lcadcr« who drew 
up tho,se resolutions wish to conceal the tuct 
thcv were sympathizers with this rebellion, 
nnd opposed 'to putting it down ? I'nduubted- 
ly thcv were svmpathi/.crs, but they lacked 
that jjfcat elcmciit of character th it U-lonjfs 
to every man th.it is a man, they lacked the 
courage to say so, but left it on the face so 
plain that he who runs may read. 

John administers a touch of Hail Co- 
lumbia to the men who won't suj>port the 
.Vdministrationin putting down the rebel- 
lion because their own political party is not 
in power. He reminds his Democratic 
friends how niagnificeutly they denounced 
the men who could not support the war 
with Mexico becau.se a Democrat was 
President ; and he replies, also, to the 
Copperhead sneer, that this is a Republi- 
can war. in the lollowing st} le : 

1 luul no more to do in puttinj? this Admin- 
istra.ion into iiower than \ou. I cast no vote 
lor Mr. Linoln, ni«r spoke any word lor him 
in the campaign; yet I can not hestatcto sup- 
port him in <rn.shinR this rclHlliun. What 
matter to me if a man has one kind of iv.litics 
or another, if he do<s hi.>> best and is faithful 
in the prosecution of tho war ? While he has 
prosecuted it. in some respects, in a way I »h) 
not approve, I find that every pillant man 
who is prosectitins the war in the lend of the 
army on the bloody fields of Pennsylvania, or 
Tennessee, or Mis.M.sMppi, almost every one of 
them is a Democrat — bom and eilueatcl a 
Democrat. Mv friend Thnmian, in his .sp»c<h 
the oth.r d.iv, 'spoke of .M'tMellan having' l«en 
removed because he was a Democrat, while 
lio.seirans, wh o was a Ucpublican. was per- 
mitted to rca;i all the glories of the war. I 
am sorry brother Thurman is not iK-tter posti-d 
than this. I h.ippen to know soinethinR o\ 
liosecrans' Dctnocracy. for he was a ivilitician 
with mc in old Hamilton, yearn asw. You 
may run throuijh the lon^' list of (Jencrals, 
and vou will tind nearly all of them Demo- 
crat.*". .\nd. while thcv are fii;htin^ tho bat- 
tles of the country, yoii stay at home carping, 
ami say vou cannot ilo any thiuR »x'cau.<e Ue- 
publicans are at the hern! of the Government. 
That is not worthy of you ; and. when one of 
the.sc leadens puts' that kind of an ar^nnneut 
in your ears, vou ^hl>nld thrust an.nhi r nr- 
{Tuiiient down his throat. [Great api>lause.] 

CiE!T. POPE'M FOrnTH OV J1'1.T 
MPEBCH. 

The Fourth was celebrated with great 
enthusiasm at Milwaukee. Senator Doo- 
little and Gov. Yates were among the 
speakcrn. 

Gen. Pope was forced to come forward 
in response to an earnest call, and was 
received with great enthusiasm. 

He said that he thanked the assemblage for 
the friendliness with which he was ja"eeted. 
He had not come to make a speech, but simply 
as one of their numl)cr to participate in the 
exerei.«cs of theday. in a <|uiet manner. He 
could add nothinji'to the force of the clo-jucnt 
remarks of Governor Salomon. 

".\s for my own views." saul he, "none can 
nusiuiderstaiid my position. (We know Is- 
land No. 10, said a man in the crowd.) I 
know nothing and care nothing about polit- 
ical parties. My only desire is to see the re- 
bellion crushed", and 1 sympathize with all 
whose heai-ts are in this w'ork. 1 can only ap- 
peal to you ius patriots and as men, to stand 
bv those who are in the field, and to support 
the Govcnimcnt, no matter what may be your 
views of particular measures. 

Again thanking you for your demonstra- 
tions of kiiulness. I ask of you to allow mc to 
remain a (piiit spectator here to-day." 

When the (Jeneaal concluded, three hearty 
cheers and a "tiger" were given with a will. 



LATEST NEWS, 

Hjr TelegfT-a-pli. 

noTattle fought yes. 

TERDAY. 



LEE HAS DIVIDED fflS ARM!. 



It is Feared He has Devised 
Plan for Escape. 



i;!«IOX CiIIBI.M 12V EAMT TE^T^Ett- 

MEE. 

A correspondent of the Cincinnati 
Commercial gives an interesting account 
of the recent and hazardous, but highly 
successful expedition of Col. Saunders, 
with 1500 infantry and cavalry, into East 
Tennessee, the results of which, in the 
destruction of bridges, railroads, &c., 
have been given in our telegraphic re- 
ports. One incident, among others, is 
related, which shows how strongly the 
love of the Union still survives in the 
mountains of East Tennessee : 

Captain Welch had gathered a numl)cr of 
("tragglers together, and joining Major Dow of 
the ll'ith Hlinois, who had also collected a 
numlKT. united their commands and coucluded 
to stop during the latter part of the uight for 
rest. Each rock was as sott to the tired men 
as downy pillows are at home. All were soon 
in the deep embrace of sleep. While the 
weary men slept three messengers came into 
cam]). Were they brave men who came thus 
stealthily through the darkness ? No 1 Heroic 
women, rather! Three Union girls wiih 
young hearts burning with love for the Rc- 
"public of our fathers, came in the solemn still- 
ness of the night to inform them that a rebel 
force, that required a half hour to pass their 
Itouse, was in search of them. God bless the 
noble girls ! What poet, with burning verse, 
will rise up to render theirniemory immortal ? 
They were sent back to their home with in- 
structions to prepare food for as many as they 
could of the hungry men, and to inform our 
men early of any movement they could dis- 
cover on the part of the relK'ls. As soon as 
the first blush showed itself in the east, one of 
these girls came back to inform them 
that the enemy had come bark and taken otf 
to the Iqfl, thuit leaving the way clear for our 
men to proceed. Tlicy now went down to 
the house of the three heroines, and parttiok 
of the meal which the girls h;id prepared in 
the night. This done, with guides procured, 
they proceeded on their wciiry jouniey. till 
they were quite In-yond tne reach of foes. 

— » « ♦ « ♦ — 

1<AMB HWEBIOn ITEMS. 

Mr. Clark just through from the Lake, 
informs us of the origin of the smoke 
from the North. The woods are on fire 
from Kettle to Snake River in many 
places. The drouth will give food for 
the fire until ram checks its progress. 

The cattle market at Superior is lively. 
Mr. Clark met ovor 200 head on the way. 

Weekly boats leave Superior for the 

mines. 

» « ♦ » ♦ _ - 



to enlist in the sixty d.iys service. 
From present indications, the Rig woo<ls 
will in a few days be filled with white 
men. 

Ooi«l on th«* Mtf •kMCchrwuB. 

From tho Nor'-wester, June 11. 

The following is from Mr. John Atkin- 
kiuson to Rev. G. (). Corbet t : 

Kkv. Siu; — .Vcording to promise I n.<w 
write vou a few lines, but I have Ijeen a long 
time "in fulfilHng this promise, lictter lute 
than never. .Ml that s'arted from Ited iviver 
are well, thank (iod. Our tnnclliu',' last s;im- 
mer « a.s .piitc pleasant. We all kept ti»j.'ether 
to I'ort Kdmoutou, autl from there wc M-nt- 
tcred like sheep having no shephcnl;soiiic lor 
the C.ir.lMt I, some for Salmon Kiver, others 
up the Saskatchewan Kivcr. 1 start.xl \>iili a 
parte south, along the cistern l)ase oi the 
Uoekv Mountains, as f.ir as the C'hiel> Moun- 
tain. ' The river running from that mountaiu 
is called the Ikllv Uiver, and is the la.-t ri\er 
south that runs iiito the south Saskatchewan. 

Some of our jKirry crossed the mountain by 
the Kootanais I'a.ss. We followed up some of 
the rivers in the mountain, until we crossed 
three r.:nges of the mounr.in, but found no 
gold. We then retraced our road t > the Ued 
Deer Uiver; from there I went to the fle.ir- 
water Uiver. then to the Mountain I'ort. 
Found gold on i.ll these three stieams, but as 
we had no <|Uicksilverwe did not^lol> to work. 
We came olf for I'ort Kdmoutou, and arrived 
on the l.5th of NovemlKf. 1 immediately 
started north, to Lake St. .Vnn's. then to the 
White Fish Ijike. Found good prospects at 
that lake, but not s. heavy as the river grid. 
From that went .still north as fir as I'embiua 
Uiver, and f. und gold. From Ued Deer 
Uiver to I'embiua Uiver. north, is the gold 
lield, alMJUt two hundred mihs from n rth 
to south, and from e;ist to west alwut 
the same, but the gold is very fine, we 
want (juieksilver, and I do not knov.- how we 
arc t.i git it t > this place. However, wc are to 
ccmnnjiuc imuu«liately to mine, al^out 00 
miles ab>vc Fort H«lmonton,at what is t. rmtd 
White .Mud Uiver; we can make from '! to 8 
dollars per (lav. to the mini. Mr. Love and 
his partv jirospeeted this part; they worked a 
dav here an.l there along the river, .xs they 
ha"d a little .luicksilver. There are three min- 
eral hou.scs in this i)art. Mr. l.ove is one 
mile and a half ab.ive the fort— another party 
of miners two miles alnive Mr. l.ove. We :ir.; 
nine miles north of Lilmonton at Sturgeon 
river. Five huiulreil lilacklcot came to the 
fort last winter and made peace with the 
frees. 1 hope their peace may hist forcvt r. 
.JOHN ATKIX.SON. 

Dr. Schultz of this city has received a 
letter from his brother dated at Fort 
Garry. June '2('.th. It states th.it parties 
are fitting out to go to Fort Edmonton 
to dig gold. Inlormation h.ts reached 
Fort Garry that Mr. Love is coming 
coming down with two or throe hundred 
pounds sterling of gold. 

The letter adds that parties th.tt went 
out last summer arc making from eight to 
ten dollars a day. Specimens have been 
sent in from these parties worth from two 
to three pounds sterling. 

inie lf»'«nnflli»K' off Cien. fllc1kl«*a. 

We take the lollowing account of the 
wounding of Gen. Sickles, from the ller- 
ald account of Thursday's bat.le : 
ruoMrrxHss ov okxkual mkapk. 
Gen. Meade at once said to Gen. Sick- 
les, " Vour leil tlank is attacked ; that 
determines our plan ; make your dispo.si- 
tious to meet it." 

SICKI.K.S TO TIIK VKONT. 

Gen. Sickles galloped away to the ileld, 
and, in les.t than ten minutes, and in the 
face of a galling fire, changed the front 
of his corps, and advanced to an eleva- 
tion little in his front, tp meet the attack. 
But lor this manoeuvre, so opportunately 
executed, the enemy would have enfilad- 
ed and destroyed us. The instance sig- 
nally illustrates the wonderful readiness 
and'resources of Gen. Sickles as a mili- 
tary commander. Had he been permit- 
ted' to make the change earlier in the day, 
and secure positions tor his troops belore 
the attack came, we should doubtless 
have had a less sanguinary though no less 
glorious record. In this engagement 
(ien. Sickles remained with his command 
clo.se iu the action, directing every mt- 
nieuvre and movement. 



flc h Moving Towards Wil- 

liamsport and Clear 

Water. 



MEADE PREPARED FOR 
ACTION. 



I 



They are itill hopeful of defeating as, > have taken 900 prisoners, and paroled 
and think i» was about an even thing at two hundred and thirty others. 

The wounded are at Newton, seven 
miles below. Tho rebeU left two pieces 



Gettysburg. 

The men in tho rebel army had not 
beard of the fall of Vicksbarj?. 

I^e is evidently driven to Uie wall, and 
will fight his men to tho bitter end. 
MGeneral Meade savs to uie : "To con- 
quer an anny of 60.000 Tetwran troops is 
B most serious undertaking, the result 
being determined by human mig^t alone." 

Our cavalry drore a considerable force 
of their scouts from tho front of Boones- 
boro last night, through and beyond this 
neighborhood, to their entrenchments 
near Ilagerutown. 

At ten o'clock this morning the enemy 
held the right of Hagerstown and our 
forces the left. At il.20 rvry heavy and 
rapid cannonading opened upon the reb- 
els and continued tor about an hour, re- 
sulting only in driving them from the 
woods. 



of artillery in our hands. 



jpoaxxxoar or tub iio»tex.b 

ANTtSTAK BiUDOS, Joly 10. 

lames' »vceial.]—OuT cavalry has 
forced the rebel advance back to Funks; 
town, on the right, and to Bakersville on 
the left. 

The rebels are in force, atid show fight. 

There will probably be a battle to-«aor« 

row. 

BooycsBoBo, July 11. 

The two armies are confronting each 

other. The rebel line extends to the 

river. 

EVENING REPORT. 



A BBAVRKOAWU BCHOB. 

Wasuioton, July 10. 

Rumors are rife here that Beauregard 
has passed down the Shenandoah Valley 
with 40,000 men to reinforce Lee. 



AFTERNOON REPORT. 



Several parties have arrived here who 
left Hagerstown at nine o'clock this 
morning, and all agree there were no 
rebels in that vicinity. 

It i« not known that the Potomac is not 
fordable and it is feared Lee has dex'ised 
some means of making his escape, or that 
he may be moving on the Hancock r^ad 
to gain suflicient time for the river to fall 
and thus avoid giving battle. 

Geo. Couches headquarters are hara. 
He will take command uf the troops in 
person. 

HeA2>QCA.BTEBS A.Mtr OF PoUftlCAC, / 

July 11. \ 

There has been no fighting to-day be- 
yond a few unimportant skirmishes. 

Ge 1. Meade's forces are in a position 
to advance and give battle when the 
proper time arrives. 



Cieneral Jenkins Captured* 



more; vicksburg par* 
ticulars. 

.idniiral Porter's Offleial Re- 
port. 



Sherman Pursuing Jolinson. 



l^opoi'ted r»eace 

I^i'opositions. 



The Cabinet Cousiders Them. 



Stephens' Dlission Eicplained. 



Prentiss' Fourth of July Vic- 
tory . 



Proprietor of tlie xHissourl Dem- 
ocrat Arrested. 

King of Ma(la2[ascar Assassin- 
atcd 

MORNING REPORT. 



now SICKLKS WA.S WOUNOKD. 

When the gallant General f«;ll his staff 



TUE MAR OSr THK rOTOMAC- 

Nkw YoKK, July 11. 

A Loudon dispatch to the Herald s&ya, 
rebel prisoners state I^ee has abandoned 
the idea of crossing the Potomac. I un- 
. (h-rstanda reserve force of rebels are on 
the other side of the Potomac, and are 
furnished with pontoons. 

A Harrisburg dispatch to the Herald 
.says, Lee is concentrated at Hagerstown 
wi"th both Hanks strongly defended. 

Meade's forces are more advaiiced, cir- 
cumscribing the rebel limits. Skirmish- 
ing has occurred between advance guards. 

The State is organizing troops at Read- 
ing. 

A great struggle is sure to-monow. 
FiiEDKnicK, Md., July 10. 

[IlerahVs .S;;(rria/.]— There has been 
.slight skirmi.sJiing to-day, between our 
forces under Gen. Buford, and the rebels. 

The rebel Gen. Jenkins was captured 
early this morning and passed throiigh 
this place to-night enroute lor Baltimore 
and Fort McHenry. 

Cannonading on our lefl this morning 
was not of long continuance, but about 
noon it was renewed more briskly, and 
continued for about an hour The result 
is unknown here at tliis writing. 

FuEDERicK, July 10. 

From a refugee who arrived here to- 
night, and who left Hagerstown this 
1 learn the enemy's force '• 



■.OCISIAMA Pl.AMTEni» A]V 
MMTBRKD— PJBACB IkUJlOia*- 
MTEPIIKXS' ."MLXaKKOar. 

NewYork, Julyll. 

The //eaW* Washington dispatch gives I day 
tho President's reply to the Lousiana 
Planters who petitioned for authority to 
elect Federal and State Officers under the 
existing Constitution. 

Tho President does not favor it, as a 
rcspecUble portion of the people of Lou- 
siana contemplate holding a convention 
to amend the State Constitution, and also 
he does not see how it could facilitate our 
uulitary operations in Lousiana, and 
might be used to etubarrass them. 

He concludes, by saying that the peo- 
ple of Louisiana shall not lack opportuni- 
ty foe a fair election of Federal and State 
officers. 

The sante correspondent says the ques- 
tion of peace is already considered in 
cabinet circles, and we are in the midst 
of a cabinet crisis, growing out of a pro- 
position by Reward for a Presidential 
proclamation, ollering amnesty to the 
l»eople South, suspending the liabilities of 
the confiscation act, and offering a full 
pardon in person and property to the 
peoi)le of the South, excepting the mili- 
tary and civil leaders. 

Seward suggests these should be al- 
lowed their property, but be inelligible 
to offices. 

Bates and Blair favor the proposition, 

modified. 

Stanton and Chase oppose it. It is 
supposed that SecreUry Welles is 
against it. 

The President has not expressed his 
opinion, but his recent speech would 
show he is in favor of trying to make 
good his promise of freeing the slaves 
before consenting to make peace. 

Leading Republicans say the Cabinet 
have arranged a programme to be sub- 
mitted to the President, upon which they 
are willing that peace shall be restored. 
It embraces the foil Ving points, said to 
Ijave been suggested by Chase : 

First, That slavery shall cease in the 
whole United States after 1876— the 
minors at that time to remain slaves until 
21 years of age, and slavefc over 40 years 
old. to have the option of their freedom 
or to remain with their masters. Provis- 
ion is made for the loyal slave States re- 
ceiving compensation for their manumit- 
ted negroes, but no compensation will be 
allowed to the rebel States. 

Second. A convention shall be called 
with the view to revise the Constitution 
of tho United States, with a view to 
strike out the three-fifths provision re- 
cognizing slavery as a b.'tsis of represen- 
tation, and providing for the empancipa- 
tion of the slaves in accordance with the 
above programme. 

The same correspondent assumes to 
know the object of Stephens mission. 

He says it was the intention of Davis 
to offer a plan of peace including the 
restoration of the Union on the terms em- 
braced in Hunter's speech previous to the 
rebellion. In fact separate governments 
for the North and South, but only one 
President. 

This was to take tho negro out of na- 
tional politics. 



TUB WAR OX THB IP0X091AC' 

Baltimore, July 11. 
The American has the following special 
dispatch : 

BooxsnoRO, .Tune 11, 9 a. m. — AH 
quiet at the front this morning. During 
last night the rebels retired, changed their 
lines, abandoning their position at the 
right from Funkstown to Hagerstown and 
falling back to James College, four miles 
Irom the river. 

There does not appear to be much 

! prospect of a general engagement to- 

Our cavalry is at work feeling the 

Lousiana new rebel lines. 

New York, July 11. 

A Frederick special of the 11th, to the 
Tribune, says : 

Trustworthy information indicates the 
rebels have a' pontoon bridge seiit from 
Martinsburg. Lee is now crossing his 
army at Falling Water. 

We drove their pickets in this morning 
to St, Joseph College. We captured 
1.000 prisoners, mostly Georgians, yes- 
terday. 

Another special to the Tribune, dated 
Boooesboro, the 10th, says : 

This morning at daylight the enemy 
abandoned the line of the Antietam, and 
retreated towards Williamsport. 

Citizens say that the rebel generals 
told them there would bo no fighting un- 
less at Williamsport. 

Rebel pickets are still on the Hagers- 
town pike, this side of Funkstown. 

Before night Gen. Meade will know 
whether the rebels will fight or retreat. 
Gen. Meade has his forces ready to be 
used as may bo necessary. 

The roads are in good condition and 
the weather line. 

Forty-five men of the 6th corps were 
wounded yesterday. The 6th is the only 
corps that wao engaged. 

(This entire army is burning with zeal 
to be led against the enemy. 

Later. — Since the above was written, 
apparently trustworthy information comes 
in that the main body of Lee's army has 
fallen back into a position on the neck of 
land opposite Falling Waters. 



ARRSaX or MR. aicKEE. 

St. Louis, July 11. 
The evening edition of the Democrat 

Sublishes the following : 
|Wm. McKee, senior proprietor of this 
paper, was put under arrest la*t evening 
oy order of Gen. Schofield. 

The grounds for the arrest are. we 
learn, the publication of the letter of 
President Lincoln to Gen. Schofield, ex- 
plaining the reasons for the removal of 
Gen. Curtiss, and for refusing to state 
in what manner such letter came into his 
hands. 

We have only at present to say. under 
the circumstances, we regard this a fool- 
ish and unwarrantable proceeding. 

Mr. McKee reported himself at head- 
quarter^ this morning, and proliessed a 
willingness to exonerate every officer in 
the department from any knowledge in 
the matter of publication, believing this 
to be due to certain persons on the de- 
partment staff. _ . 

No further progress up to this writing 
has been made in the case. Mr. McKee 
is at liberty on his parole. 



OKX. 



IS 



ran to his assistam e and bore him off the ^^ artillery, 
field. He was struck just below the ^i„ :„..^," 



morning, 

about oO.CXJO men, and about 250 pieces 



My informant states that the trains of 
Lee cannot number less than 3.CKX) wa- 
gons, and are on the road from Hagers- 
town to Williamsport and Shepard's 
Ford. , , 

The river is still very high, and the 
whole rebel army is on tiiis aide. 

Headqvaktkrs .\ilmv Potomac, ) 
July 10. S 

A special to the Trihunt says : 

Vigorous artillery and cavalry fighting 
took place this morning over Antietam 
creek, preparatory to the great expected 
conflict. 

The cavaln- and artillery of Buford, 
all led by Kilpatrick on the left flank of 
the enemy, <lislodged him last evening 
from the village of Benevola. on the road 
from Boonesboro to Hagerstown. driving 
him two miles beyond Beaver creek. 

This luorning sharp skirmiehing con- 



knee by a shell, and his leg so badly shat- 
tered that it hung merely by a shred. 
He was carried to a wheat field in the 
rear, where amputation was pcrfbrined 
under the influence of chloroform, as pro- 
viously described. 

UK IS I.AU> O.N THK KIKLI>. 

The loss of blood, combined with the 
effects of the chlorolorm and his previous 
physical prostration, caused him to re- 
main insensible for some time, but on 
rallying he discovered your eorn.'spoiv 
dent by his side and recognized him with 
a "God ble.«s you,"' and again sank 
away. Rallying again, he looked in my 
face, and said leebly. "Cook, in this w.ar 
a man is but a cypher. God rules and 
directs all for the best." After another 
slu)rt stupor he rallied and noticed F;ither 

O'Hagan, the worthy cha|)laiii of the Ex- „ 

celsior brigade, by his side, and took his* | tinued witli etjual successes until the ene 
hand, thaii'kiiig him for his attendance, my rested on a strong position near 



XBB VKCKSRITRC} aVTRREXOBR. 

ViCKSBfRO, July 5th. 

Yesterday and to-day all passed off 
with remarkable quiet and good feehng. 

The weather is fearfully warm. 

Nineteen general officers have been pa- 
roled. Two or three days will elapse 
before the prisoners are sent out. Their 
destination is reported to be Talladega, 
Alabama, 

Many of them are anxious not to be 

fiaroled, but wish to take the oath of al- 
egiance, quit the rebel service, and pro 
ceed North. 

Several women an»l children have been 
killed or injured during the siege. 

The 100 houses occupied by the sick 
and wounded, have been constantly ex- 
posed to shells. 

About 2J00 persons have been killed 
inside the works since the siege began. 

The labor performed on the fortifica- 
tions on both sides is prodigious. The 
weight of our shells knocked most of their 
works into undistinguishable heaps. 

About 200 women and children were in ° ., ^ i 

the city during the bombardment, who j land. When two milej from our vessel, 
have for most of the time been obliged ! we saw her on fire, and the pirate steam 
to live in caves, of which there are seve- ing off. 
ral hundred 



PRKarTX8»' oFcacaAi^ dks- 

PAXCU. 

Washixoton, July 11, 

The following has been received at the 
headquarters of the army here, dated 
Helena, Arkansas. July oth : 
To Major General Halleck, Washhigton : 

We encountered the enemy. 15,000 
strong, under Generals Holmes, Price, 
and Marmaduke, and others, on the 
morning of the 4th of July, and whipped 
them handsomely. 

We have captured 1,000 prisoners, 
1,200 stand of arms, and two colors. 

Our total loss will not exceed 150. 

The enemy's losses are very severe — 
not has than 2,500 in killed, wounded, 
and prisoners. 

(Signed) B. M. PRENTISS, Miy. Gen. 

PARATMCAI, OBPREDATIOMS. 

Wood's Hole, Mass., July 11. 

The U. S. bark Ranger, has arrived 
here. She spoke on the lOth inst . the 
schooner Mary Ann Hayden, with the 
crew of the Ritenze aboard. 

The Captain of the Ritenze reports 
on the 8th inst., thit he saw a bark rigged 
rebel steamer steering tor a bng vrhich 
shortly afterwards hove to. The pirate 
then came up with and fired her. 

The rebel steamer then stood for us 
when we took to our boats with what ef- 
fects we could gather, and started for 



PORTER'S OFFICIAL REPORT. 

Washixgtok, July U- 
Admiral Porter's official report of hi* 
operations during the t.iege of Vicksburg 
has been received by Secretar}- W«lles. 

The dispatch says, one steamer only 
has been badly dismantled since our 
operations commenced, and six or seven 
men were killed or wounded. While the 
army had trouble from the enemy in front 
and behind them, the gunboats and 
water brigade under Gen. Lllett and a 
small force of troops under Gens. Dennis 
and Mower have kept at bay a large force 
of rebels. 

There has been a large expenditure of 
ammunition. During the siege mortars 
have fired 7,000 mortar shells, and the 
gunboats 3,5'W. Four thousand five 
hundred shots have been fired from naval 
guns on shore, and we have supplied 
over 6,000 to different batteries. 

A HUCCESSFC'L EXPEDITIOH. 

Newbeune, N. C. July 9. 

The expedition which lelt here on the 
night of the Sd, returned the morning of 
the 7th. having successfully accomplished 
its object. 

It destroyed several miles of Railroad, 
burned bridges and rebel stores, arms, 
ammunition, also cotton, tar, pitch, rosin, 
and turpentine. 

Horses, mules, and prisoners were cap- 
tured in great numbers. A large amount 
of Confederate money was captured from 
the Collectors in Ket-nesville, and large 
amounts from other Collectors. 

This expedition has been a severe blow 
to the rebel government. 

i;xiox »EarTi.iiK3rx i:» biortic 
cAnoi<iatA. 

Newberx, N. C, July 9. 

The Legislature oi North Carolina are 
now in extra se^^ion on financial meas- 
ures. 

The Raleigh Register, a rebel print, 
alluding to this extra session, says it 
bodes no good to the Confederacy. 

The Raleigh Standard is doing all in 
its power to incite the people to rebel 
against the Confederate Government. 

Some members of the Legislature have 
come out for reconstruction of the Union, 
and the Wilmington Journal says othtr 
members are inclining to openly advocate 
the same thing. 

FOREIOX 3iE^r». 

Cafe Race, July 10. 

The steamer Jura, from Liverpool tho I 

2d, has been off here with five days later' 

advices. ^ . t ■ i 

A great fire had occurred in Liverpool, 
bv which a large quantity of cotton and 
wheat was destroyed. Loss £200,000, 
which is believed to be covered by insu- 

xNapoleon is reported to have made a 
proposal to the Spanish government for 
rfcogni.ion, with the support of Napo- 
leon. . », J 

A revolution has taken place m Mada- 
•^ascar. The King was assassinated, and 
his niinisteas hang.d. The murder of the 
King has been proclaimed. 

THE RO A7VOK.E UJISE AfTORTHT 

New York, July 11. 
It is feared the sailing qualities of the 
Roanoke iron-dad are not such as would 
warrant the Government in sending her 

to sea. , , r> . ■ 

Secretary Welles has ordered Captain 
Sands to report to Admiral Paulding for 
permanent service iu New York Harbor, 
the position for which this formidable iron- 
clwd was assigned some months ago. 



and receiving Iroin the prelate some 
words of cousohition. The doctor tlien 
approached, and assured him he was doinj' 
remarkably well, to which he replied 
by thanking the surgeon, and asking if he 
could ever again ah a horse. On being 
assured that he could he smiled his satis 
faction, and turneil over in a tloze 
after he was taken on a litter by a 



Funkstown. when the place of our artil- 
lery was F«pj)lied by fresh batteries. 

I'd detail the position and locality of 
different cor^>s would be improper. 

It is thought the enemy will make a 
vigt)rou8 stand. To cross a portion of 

tl«;ir f«H-oe« woidd enable our army to 

Soon 1 attack wkfe ease their rear, and they will 
d< tail 1 probably resist and imkc the chances of 



The citizens have not been allowed to 
draw from army supplies, except in cases 
of destitution. Prices of food have been 
enormous, five dollars a pound having 



CAIJLFORMIA ]«0!IIIWATIOar». 

San Francisco, July 10. 
The Democratic State Convention,nom- 
inated Ex-Governor Domenie for Gov- 



been charged for flour, and one dollar a emor, and adopted a platform similar to 



of his old Excelsior brigade, and bore j victory or disorganization 
away to a house on the Baltimore turn- | 6 r. M — The utmoit activity now pre- 
pike, where he passol the night very j vails in the army of the Potomac. A de- 
comfortably, attended bv Dr. Simms.. ' aerter, who canie into our lines last night 
Major Treniain. Captains Fry and Moor#! asserts that Lee Lis a single bridge 
of his stair, Mr. Cutha, the director oi | thrown across the Potooiac near Williams- 
hifl miliUry liou«ehold. ami hih body aer- I port, and has succeeded in getting over 
vants. 



On Saturday a special train of: ammunition and ("iipplies, although he 

ears was sent to Litllchtown by the War ' <ouhl not move his army over it with 
Department for him, and this morning he I .safety and expedition, 
passed over the road to Washington.! Ho reports Lee as mow fortified ; his 
where he was joined by his friends. H« •■ artillery placed and reasly to give ns bat- 
The report of Indian murders within jg doing finely and promises to recover tie wlienever we attack, 
six mUes of Monticello, noticed in Fri- ! rapidly. - I^ has about 60,000 effecUve men. 



pound for mule meat, 

The latest advices from the interior 
aay Johnston is retreating rapidly and 
Sherman is in nursuit. Reinforcements 
are moving to Sherman, 

An offer of assistance has been dis- 
patched to Banks, and it is conjf-ctured 
that the condition of the Port Hudion 
Rarrison is similar to that of Vicksburg, 
Its fall may be announced any hour. 

The general opinion here both in the 
rebel, and our array is that the rebellion 
in the West is at an end. or at least re- 
duced to insignificant proportions. 



that of the Seymour democrats of the 
State of Newlork, 

MIDNIGHT REPORT. 

TnE WAR O.T THE POTOIIAC. 

CuAMBERSBinoH, July 11. 

Gen, Lee's army, which has been occu- 
pying a position around Hagerstown for 
the last lour days, commenced to move 
at 5 o'clock this evening. 

At Hagerstown the rebel army was di- 
vided, a portion of it uking the road to 
Williamsport and another portion moving 
out on the national road toward Clear 

Spring. „ , , , 

What the intentions of the rebels are 



THE VICTORY AT HBI.BBrA. 

Helena, Ark., July 7. _. 

-, . ,. , f ti. 1..^ KniiJA is not fully defined at this time. Ihat 

ed fnd wounded. Ours is 230. We miles out. 



n«»r« U*t«e »ceMUar. 

Nokthfield, July 10, 1SS3. 
Editors of the Press : 

A day or two since a heifer was slaugh- 
tered near Dundas, in this county, and 
cut up in such singular style, by some 
person or persons unknown, as to suggest 
the suspicion in some minds that there 
were prowling Indian.^ in the vicinity; 
and last night two span of horses were 
stolen about four miles northwesterly 
from this place, one span belonging to 
.Michael Kini.-y, anJ the other to B. Kc- 
cran. One of the horses belonging to 
Kegan escaped from his captors, and 
returned. The horses were tracked 
southerly to the school section corner, 
about one mile from this place, when they 
turned into a road leading westerly, and 
fuither of their whereabouts we are not 
informed. It is said that a track resem- 
bling a moccasin track was seen along- 
side that of the horses If so. it is most 
probably a disguise worn by white horse 
thieves to throw suspicion on the wrong 

scent. 

This morning a party of mounted men 
wdl start from this place under the lead- 
eiship of Capt. S. P. Stewart, to search 
for the rascals. The description of the 
stolen horses is as follows: Those be- 
longing to Mr. Kiniry— one a sorrel with 
white stripe in the face^ the other a dark 
^rcv. Kegan's horse is of a cream color, 
or described by some as sorrel. 

Yours, &c.. O. P. Q. 



In Jamestown, New \otk, on ths morning of 
tl»e irtli of June, of dii.tlurU, STKLLA W.. 
youngest daughter of L. E. lUmo.. formerly of 
St. l-sul; the remain, were taken to Auburn, >i. 
V , for Interment. 

FusKHAL XoTun.-The fun«r»l serTlee. of 
Hon. CHARLES N. MACKUBIN. deoewed. 
Uke« plaoe from CUrUt Cliureh, Cedar strM*. thw 
afternoon, at i}i o'clock. 

Any friend* of the family to deriring, ar« r«- 
que«ted to meet at his laU resldsnos, at *% 
o'clock r. u. predsoly. ^ 

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riTBLiailKO DAILT.TRIWKKKLT ASO WKKKI-T. 

01flt'«»— A.a.ioiniii«: tho Hri«l««*. 

"AITGBLIC" NATURE OF THB 
REBELS. 

A Homo Picture of the Copper- 
heads' Friends. 



(u»9d to |llfona tho reh«Ls ufUlit' fact. 



ladder. Having previously phu ihI th«', ,,, , - i . i ^ri 

toiijis ill the tire, she ordere.l tlu-.n to U- , aUl.oiij^h presaed to do so Thert; was 
brought and Wam pinehiug aiul burning , aUO nhot m the wings on both side* of tho 
her about the thighs, abdomen, and other maganne 
until th«v will' b.ik»'d an<l still'. 




BUUS1N(5. 



ATIXO. 



AND MUTll. 



Bv wav of illustratinj 



the degree of 
brut.>ility which slav»'ry has developed 
aiuong.tho whites, we append tho follow- 
ing extract from the New York Tiine.^, 
reeoanting what was told by th« refugees 



Irom Mrs, Gillespie's 



estate on the BLick 



parts 

This species of 'retinid torture seetucd to 
be a f.-worite one with her. On another 
occasion •* America '" -Miys she was wliii>- 
pcd with A new - yellow cowhide " untd 
her tU»h eeaseil to' led the blows. Mrs. 
(i. then brouKht a liottle of ** No. 6,"j 
and with a snmU sponge wet the Uperate<l 
parts with the fiery liquid, caiisin^ tin- 
most intetiso forture' sht' ever expenene- 
i'i\. Edmund K.ssex and the rest assert 
that it was a very common thing to sec a 
slave carried bylbrco t»> the bed-room or 
the 8he<l-ro*»m" of Madauut for punish- 
ment, fcihe wotdd order him to undress 
ami with her own hands apply tlie lash 
until she became exhausted. 

Ilmrj 



' \Vhm the j>irato, Lieut. Ueed, stepped 
on board the Forreat City, on Saturday, 
he gave his* carpet bag to t'apt. i.iscomb, 
who gave it to iiis mate lor iiafii ketqiing. 
In the exciti'uient of the moment it was 
overlooktd until the boat returned from 

IJoRton on Toeiday. when its contcuta '•^''•^d and shot many 
were examined. Among other doi-uments, I they were captured. 



were found the instructions from Com- 
mamler Alolllt of the llorida to Lieut. 
Reed, a bond of jj«l.>t>,WH) taken Irom a 
lioston eJiip ; also the papers oi the va- 
rious vessels destroyed, aud other valua-.. 

ble papers. 

— . ». ■ ♦ » ♦ 



— Capt. Halleck Maun, of the 4th New 
York Cavalry, pobitivcly asserts that his 
severe wound through the bruatit was in- 
flicted after he was dismounted by a sa- 
ber blow in the face, ami after he was on 
the ground. The pn>ol is abundant that 
In tlir recent cavalry fights th'^ rebels sa- 

of our men after 
In no previous col- 






JULY 12* lc868x 



j/f m k y 



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nver : 

The treatment of the slaves, they say, 
has been growing worse and worse lor the 
ittitt .six or seven \cars. 

Flogging with a Icat' cr strap on the 
naked" bodv is connuon ; also, paddling 
the body with a hand-.^aw until the skm 
is a nrnss of blister.s and then breaking 
the blisters with the teeth of the saw. 
They have " very often" seen slaves 
strttched out upon the ground with hands 
ami feet helddcwn by tcllow-slavcs, or 
lashed to stakes driven' into the ground 
lor " fcur/MH;/." Handfuls of dr> corn- 
husks are then liglited. and the burning 
embers are whippctl off with a stick so as 
to fall in showers of live sparks upon tlie 
naked back. This is continued until the 
viitiiu is coveretl with blisters. It in his 
writhings of tortiin- tlie slave gets his 
hands free to brush off the fire, the burn- 
iug brand is applied to them. 

Another method of punishment, which 
is inflicted for the higher order of crimes, 
such as running awiiy, or other relracto- 
ry conduct, is to dig a hole in the ground 
large enough for the slave to squat or lie 
down in. The victim is then stripped 
naked and placed in the hole, and a cov- 
ering or grating of green sticks is l:ud 
over the opening. I'pon this a quick 
firo is built, antl the live embers sifted 
through upon the naked flesh of the slave, 
until his f)ody is blistered and swollen al- 
mo>t to bursting. With just enough of 
life to enable him to crawl, the slave is 
then alloweil to recover from his wounds 
if he can, or to end his sufferings by 
death. 

•♦ Charley Sloo " and " Overton," two 
hands, were both murdered by these cruel 
tortures. " Sloo" was wliipped to death, 
dying under the infliction, or soon alter 
punishment. *' Overton" was laid naked 
upon his face and burned as above de- 
scribed, .so that the cords of his legs and 
the muscles of the back refused longer to 

fierform their oilier. He was, neverthe- 
es9, forced into the field tolalior, but be- 
ing crippled, was unable to move (piick 
enough to suit ** Jecras;" so one dav. in 
a fit of passion, he struck him on the head 
with a heavy stick and killed him. 

Tom had the consumption, but was 
forced to work in the cotton-fiehl. One 
night he was missing from his cabin. Two 
days alterwanl his body was found in the 
field, where he had fallen and died on his 
way home. 

"The po')r old slave had ijono to rest." 
Edmund, belonging on the >Vidow 
Gillespie's plantation, lias been a witncb . 
of or knowing to several eases of ])un- 
ishment by the burning process. Two of 
these were of girls belonging to "NViJow 
G., in New Orleans, and the others oc- 
curring on her *'island plantation," be- 
fore referred to. Amenca, wife of Essex, 
one of the women in the party, related to 
mo the particulars ot one case, as follows : 
There was a middle age<l woman in the 
family, named Margaret, who liad a 
nursing child. Mrs. Gillespie ordered 
Margaret to wean the child. The babe 
was weakly, and Margaret did not wish 
to do so. Mrs. G. told her that she 
would examine her breast the next Mon- 
day, and, if she found any milk in it, she 
would punish her severely. Monday 
came round, and on that day Margeret's 
stent was to spin eighteen ••I)roa(:!ies" — 
spools — but she did not finish it. 
At night the promised examination 
took place, anJ the breast of iLargaret 
gave but too convincing proof that, in 
obedience to the yearnings of a mother's 
heart, she had spurned the threat of the 
inhuman mistress. Mrs. G. then ordered 
the hand-saw, the leather strap, and a 
■wash-bowl of water. The woman was laid 
upon her face, her clothes stripped up to 
around her neck, and "liecky" and 
"Jane" were called to hold her hands and 
feet. Mrs. Gillespie then paddled her 
with the hand-saw, sitting composedly in 
a chair over her victim. After striking 
■ome one hundred blows she changed to 
the use of the leather strap, which she 
would dip into the wash-bowl in order to 
give it greater power of torture. Under 
this infliction the screams of the woman 
died away to a faint moan, but the "sound 
of the whip" continued until nearly 11 
o'clock. "Jane" was then ordered to 
bring the hot topg:*, the woman was turned 
over upon her back, and Mrs. Gillespie 
attempted to grasp the woman's nipples 
with the heated implement. The writh- 
ings of the mother, however, foiled her 
purpose ; but between the bi easts the skin 
and flesh were horribly burned. 

During this terrible iuHiction " Jeems\ 
came out of his room and remonstrated 
with his mother for " using the niggers 
eo." lie "did not wish tht-m punished 
that way." Her answer was, "They 
won't mind me, and I will do with them 
as I phase." Margaret was a long time 
in recovering from her wounds. Hose 
Ann, who was child's nurse, was sent 
upon one occasion to find and bring 
Lome a little boy name<l Tommy, whom 
his father had taken down town with him 
after brvakfast^ The child had been hit 
at Mrs. Turner's, a " grass widow," 
living in Camp street, below Julia. It 
iras found altera second hunt and brought 
borne. Mrs, G accused Rose of not 
trying to find the boy at first. She or- 
dered her hands to be crossed and tied 
over her head ; she was placed upon her 
back on the floor, her hands secured to 
the balusters and her feet to the extension 
tab'e. In this position her person was 
exposed, the poker heated in the stove, 
and to make the punishment the more 
humiliating as well as most acute, the 
hot instrument was applied to the viost 
tender part of her body. She then cave 
her fifty lashes and let her loose. \h\a 
horrible idiosynuracy seemed to be a fa- 
vorite method of torture with the widow, 
America, who saw and related these facts 
to the writer, in the presence of several 
. of her fellow-slaves, suffered a similar 
and terrible punishment on the planti^- 
tion only a few months since. She is a 
seamstress, and had by mistake sewed in 
two sleeves of Mrs. (i.'s daughter's dress 
the wrong way. For this ofTense she 
■was laid upon a board upon a ladder, her 
hands and feet secured, and a leather 
strap and buckle tightly fastened around 
her stomach and going underneath the 
ncH 

•'0>. 
the Uppv 
advertised « 



Willi M C'Mtt. 

llrnry Wanl Ueecher, in the second of 
his atlmirable letters from abroad, to the 
Imiependi-nt, gives the following capital 
description of his cxpericucea in cab life : 
Hut now to cab. Drive to the wall ! 
To the gate drove we. Before ascending 
the steps to the top, we arrange that the 
cab shall go round on the outside and 
meet us at the next stn>et, near the IMiu*- 
nix tower. Instead of going in that 
ilirection, we first walked in the otlier to 
the Water towers. Mused, gazed, walked 
some, thought more, retraced our steps 
to the gate, thence to IMnenix tower, 
bought a fi'W thing* we di«l not need, 
heard the thin old man up stairs tell his 
story, didn't tare a carolus if Charles 1, 
standing on the roof, did see his army 
defeated — he ought to have been at their 
head, and not loafing here ; came down 
and pursued the wall, searching for a 
place of descent. Passed one, looked 
haril at a second, but concluded that was 
not the one meant by the cabman. Went 
on to the third ; went back to the first ; 
tried the sei-ond, ami went into the street ; 
1 no cab, Reascended and asked ques- 
I lions of a hearty workman, to whom beef 
and beer had been eminently blessed, who 
kindly told us all he knew about the pro- 
bable' place at which our cab was wailing. 
Went on towards the east gate, descend- 
ed into the street, and cjuestioned cab- 
man. Returned to the wall and went 
back again, I at some speed, and Dr. 
John at some leisure. Met some green- 
eap school boys, and with a surly voice 
dismayed them with questions while get- 
ting some Kverton tally out of my pock- 
et to put mto their hands, with affect ion- 
ate iiKiuiries if they knew what it was. 
and solemn injunctions not to throw it 
away, which they faithfully promised. 
Soon we were satisfied that we should as 
soon find an old Roman chariot by walk- 
ing up and down the wall, peeping and 
peering down from either hand, as our 
distinguished cab, which seemed likely to 
be the chief object of our research at 
Chester. We took to the street, passed 
around from east to north gate on the 
outside. No cab. UeliuquisheiL the 
search, scorning to l)e slaves to a vehi- 
cle — until it flashed upon our mind that 
my new trusty seven-shilling traveling 
bag, with some ten dollars worth of 
books and curious inconveniences, bad 
been left in the cab. We then proposed 
to hire another cab and pursue the cab ? 
Hut first a policeman beard our griefs. 
Alas, we neglected to notice the number, 
the name, or any other identifying mark. 
Hut we described the horse, between bay 
and sorrel, poor and limps ; and the man 
long, lean, red. good-natured and stupid. 
The picture identified the cab. We 
marched to the stable, and found a sus- 
picion ripened to certainty. Now all of us 
outer the cab and pursue our other cab 
back to the station, where, as soon as we 
arrived, we saw our friend of a morning's 
leisure running toward us with the pre- 
cious news-bag, looking as happy (the 
cabman ") as a school boy. His horse 
seemed to have had a pleasing forenoon. 
The attentive policeman refused compen- 
sation, and only consented, upon alFec- 
tionate solicitation, to take a ke«:psake to 
ivmember us by, a sort of medal, for hu- 
manity to strangers in difficulty. But 
now. It was but a half hour to train time. 
That time must be sacred to lunch. No 
more Chester. Our antiquarian research 
was closed for to-day. We did not see 
St. John's Church — worth ten cathedrals 
— nor curious roman remains. We devo- 
ted ourselves too zealously to the cab. 
And we are yet in «loHbt whether we came 
to see Chester or play hide-and-seek with 
our cabman.' At any rate, wc believe 
few will deny that we had this city rep- 
resented to us under circumstances that 
few travelers have ever known. You 
now have, my dear doctor, the autobiog- 
rajihy of my mind as it was affected by 
the scenes at Chester. 



A I<4Mt I<«>tMlrr. 

Those who h.ive been so loud in ileclar- 
ing, since the invasion of I'ennsylvani.i, 
that the only lu>pe for the country lay in 
the recall of G«>ner.tl M'Clellan to the 
command of the .\riny »»f the Potomac 
jrhmdd remember that it will be very hard 
for the people to Iwlicve that t e national 
.salvation depends this week upon an olli- 
ccr whose name was cheered last week 
with that of Jeff Davis, by a meeting 
which insisted that wc were " whipped,'' 
aud that w*- must have i>ea(c .it any ]>rice. 
Nor will the ]»opiilar conlidcnci' in that 
commander be stimulatetl by the fact that 
the Common Council of New York, a 
body celebrated neither for uncoinlitional 
patriotism nor for unswerving honesty, 
auk for his re-appointment by a resolution 
stated to have be<ii prepared by a Mr. 
Kerrigan, who before the the rebellion 
was (ledared was engaged in raising 
troops apparently to aid it, and who af- 
terward, having obtained a command in 
our army, was court-martialed and cash- 
iered. 

Neither, as we have heretofon' said, 
can (leneral M'Clellan himself be sur- 
prised bv the apathy toward him of all 
earnest loyal men, when he reflects that 
at ull Copperhead convei tions his name 
is hailed with the loudest applause, anu 
that all the t Copperhead papers and ora- 
tors, who are (loing their utmost to para- 
lyze the Administration and secure the 
success of the rebellion, constantly com- 
mend him and his services. 

Certainly it was enough to destroy all 
faith in the loyalty of Vallandigham that 
his name was mentioned in the rebel 
section with admiration. Jliit does any 
loyal man feel that there is any lesM pollu- 
lu'tion in the applause of F'ernando 
Wood's faction than that of Jetferson 
Davis? Whoever consents without pro- 
test to be commended by rebels, or by 
masked sympathizers with rebellion, vol- 
untarily shares the odium of the company 
he allows to praise him. 

(ieneral M'Clellan must see that every 
loyal man necessarily asks himself, "Why 
do the open enemies of the war praise 
M'Clellan? They do not praise Grant, 
nor Rosecrans, nor Dupoot, nor Foote, 
nor Dix, nor Fremont, nor Hurnside. nor 
Schofiehf, nor Butler, nor Sigel, lior Por- 
ter, nor Logan,nor Sedgwick, nor Couch, 
nor Hanks, nor Farragiit. And why not ? 
These men are not called upon to protest 
— and why not ? Th«'ir fame is un.soiled 
by the applause of Cox, Vallandigham, 
Rynders, or Brooks. And why? Are 
Rynders and Company the men who are 
to be satisfied by the appointment of a 
commander of the national forces in a 



ERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 



F-A.feiX ITK-EIOHT LINE 

OW.NKI> AND MANAGKD BY THE 

Company. 



lidion have they manifestx^d such implaca- 
ble h.ate. 

— On the I6lh inst. a ('opperhead meet- 
ing was held near Plainfield, Jew Jersey. 
I In the immediate vicinity resided an old 
j* couple named Jenks, the old gentleman, 
I aged 07, being a soldier of the war of 1812. 
During the meeting, Mrs. Jenks, whose 
age is 71, indignant at the proceedings, 
got out an old American flag which had 
seen service, and hoisted it on her house, 
her husband being absent. The base 
wretches who participated in the meeting, 
seeing the flag, determined it should come 
down, and they forthwith proceeded to 
the house and demanded of Mrs. Jenks 
that she should take it down. With all 
the patriotic indignation of a matron of 
'76, she refused. They then threatened 
to tear it down. Seizing her husband's 
old, ruKty musket, she dared them to try 
it. Cowed by her resolution, and feeling 
as much s^liame as such cattle can feel, 
they sneaked away, leaving the old Stars 
and Stripes "still full high advanced" in 
all its proud splendor. So.ne gentlemen 
of New York City, hearing of the cir- 
cumstances, came up and took Mr. Jenks 
down to that city, purchased for him a 
magnilicent American flag, and bade him 
give it into Mrs. Jenks' hands, to be 
hoisted on the Fourth of July ensuing, 
saving as they gave it that they were sure 
"she was able to defend it and keep it 
flying."' 

— Judge Wylie, sitting in the District 
Couit at Washington as a Court of Ad- 
mirality, is at a loss "to know wftat to do 
with a large amount of so-called Confed- 
erate money, included in property brought 
before him for condemnation. He says 
that to condemn it would be to recognize 
it as property ; to sell it would be to give 
it circul'ition ; and to destroy it would be 
to give aid and comfort to the eneinv bv 
rcbeving hiiu of his liabilities. 



On niid after this date, by special arraugnniont, 

The Merchants' Dispatch 

Will rnc<*lve and forward from this city to New 

York and BoBtoiifrcightu requiring <iuick 

transportation, at 

Lower X^atets a^rid in. 
13etter Time, 

Tlian can be obtained by any othor route or con- 

vcyniice except the regular Kxitros*, by 

pnsse.nger trains. 



COOLEY, CAJRVER. A CO., 

(8ao>H3ssors to Coolkt.Towee fc Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

Ooxxiixiission IMiei^dtants, 

IMFOHTEBB AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LlQUOLt 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, «fcc., die, 

JAUKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE LSD THIRD, SAINT PAUL, MINN 

rreim&s -------- CASH. 



In tfie Department of 
IL. I Q XJ O R S A IV I> S K O A R S 

Oar stock wUI be found large and complete at all timet, and at prices to suit the rlewa o 

closext buyers. December 1, I8*e 



TIMK GIJAIiANTEli:!:). 



E S . 

VALUABLE. 



All shipments rocelved at door of Mhipperaiid de 
livcrod at destination 

FREE OF CARTAGE. 



The well known reputation of tlii:* Line in trans- 

)K>^ting^Vcstwa^d bound business, during 

the last ten yearx, will be 

A SUFFICIENT GUARANTEE 

That all contracts made by it, will be faithfully 
carried ^ut. 



W^HEELETi &o ^WILSON'S 
HE^W^IIVO ]>i: ^ C H I P^ 

MERIT ALONE MAKES A SEWING MACHINE 

The People are perceiving that 

Grlo-vringr ILepreseniations are not ^lerlt* 

That It is economy and wisdom to purchase only Sewing Machiner of known practical otility. 
THIS JIACHIXE IS PUOFITABLEAND AVAILABLE A LIFE TI31E. 

An annual dividend of 100 to 500 per cent, (on lU' cost) mav be obtained in its use, bv its possession. 

There are over 'J5,(MX) WHEELEU & WILSON Machines'in use in this country and Europe. 

It in the only Machine in the world making the I>ock-Stitch with the ilotating llook and using the 
GlasH Koof. 

The WUEELER & WILSON MACHINES are right, and if they do not operate weU it is because 
people are not fully instructed in their use. 



CPaLL machines are WARIJAXTHD, AND FULL INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN. 
All persons owning WHEELF:it & WILSON M.\CH1NES can have them properlv adjusted, and 
full iiititructions given in their use, tree of charge, by calling at the WHEELEfe & WILSUN 
ROOMS, in the Greenleaf Block, lliird street, a few doors l>elow the I'ost Office. 



St. Paul, Feb. 10th, 1863. 



F. IML. aOHlVfc^OIV, Argent. 

lebll-tf 



perilo '8 crisis ? Is it not the clear 



duty 
of the Government to ascertain who 
would be most agreeable to the Chopper- 
heads, and then to avoid him with en- 



. " 



• ■ • « ♦ 



The Pira*«>« a< Portlwad.^ 

From the Boston Journal, Jd. 

These gentlemen are talcing it easy in 
Fort I'reble. As they have plenty of 
money, they order whatever they think 
they lack, and profess themselves tolera- 
bly contented, under the impression that 
they will be very speedily exchanged. 
On the subject of their responsibility to 
law, various opinions are afloat ; but the 
general idea is that they cannot be exon- 
erated from the charge of piracy. Tfieir 
vessi'l, the Archer, was not a privateer — 
the Portland Courier says — in such legal 
sense as to entitle them to leniency as 
prisoners of war. 

The same paper says that the ready 
story told by the pirates has led many to 
distrust the truth of their narrative, and 
that there is great reason to doubt that 
the log book found on board the Archer 
is a blind. The j)aper alluded to further 
says that the aflair at Portland may have 
a ruse resorted to by the real commander 
of the Tacony to detach Read and liis 
crew from that vessel to the Archer, and 
send them along the shore to cut up their 
devilish pranks, and establish the belief 
that the Tacony is destroyed, just to 
throw the authorities off their guard, and 
prevent further search, and to enable the 
commander again to commit his piracy 
upon our commerce, and that the craft re 
porteil as seen on Saturday, supposed to 
be the Tacony, may yet prove to be that 
identical vessel. 

The Artjus of Wednesday says that 
nine of tiie crew of the cutter Caleb Gush- 
ing asked and obtained their discliargc on 
the ground that they did not wish to serve 
on the same vessel with IJlish and two or 
three others of the cutter's crew who 
.•iliowed the white feather when the cutter 
was captured. Blish even went so far as 
to offer as take the oath of allegiancit ! 
But he was told that his services would 
not be refjuired. The three others showed 
cowardice, and these men refuse to asso- 
ciate with them ; but say they are reaily 
to servo " Uncle Sam" at any time and 



ergy 

Such questions ask themselves. If they 
do General M'Clellan injustice, who is to 
blame? If Iw has lost fon'ver the confi- 
dence of all loyal men of all pjxrtios. is it 
their f».\x\t?— Harper's Weekly. 

The Hrb4>U ^o Reaprctors of 3Iorth« 
era Piartiatan niatinrtloii*. 

Pennsylvania Correspondent N. V. Time*. 

George Booker, State Senator, who 
lives at Pagestown, about nine miles 
from Ilarrisburg, has been visited by his 
friends from Dixie. He is known as one 
of the most violent copperheads in the 
Legislature. He was the leader in the 
movement to forbid Senator Wright and 
Andy Johnston from speaking in the 
Capitol last Winter, and has never made 
any concealment of his hostilities to the 
war against the rebellion and his sympa- 
thies with the South. When he heard 
the rebels were coming, he said he did 
not care — they virere gentlemen, and res- 
pected private property. 

They collected in front of his house and 
he t-ame out and made a little speech. 
He said, so I am informed from several 
sources, that he sympathised with them, 
that the rebellion was justified and the wat 
unjust, that it was all the Abolitionists, 
&c., &c., in the usual style of copper- 
heads. Whereupon the rebels immedi- 
ately proceeded to give him a benefit. 
They took all his horses and cattle, all 
the flour and grain from his mill, which is 
a large one, and was, unfortunately for 
him, ver}- well stocked, and, in fact 
"cleaned him out'' mo.<t con-plctely. 
So much for Buckingham. On the other 
hand, the Governor s.ays to-d.iy that they 
did the same lor that brave, grand old 
hero, Thad. Stevens, and vvcn more ef- 
fectually. Thev destroyed everyfliing, 
his houses, workshops, furnaces, fences, 
crops and everything. Mr. Stevens is 
now a poor man. He has paid the penal- 
ty of his patriotic, and. thank God, suc- 
cessful efforts to support the Government 
in the last Congress." Clearly the rebels 
are no respectors of persons. 



Koldlrn, TMkf Hevd. 

Sir Colin Campbell, now Lord Clyde, 
an old soldier who had gathered his war- 
like e.xperience in many battles of Euro- 
pean and Asiatic campaigns, addressed 
his you;ig soldiers in the battle of the Al- 
ma in words which form a sort of cate- 
chism of the soldier's duty in action. 
Kinglake, in nis invasion of the Crimea, 
yives the brief address of the veteran, 
which is copied here, but printed in sepa- 
rate lines : 

"Now, men, you are going into action. 
Kemembcr this : 

"•Whoever is wounded — 1 don't care 
what hi.s rank is — whoever is wounded 
must lie where he falls until the band- 
men conici to attend to him. Xo soldier 
must go carrying off wounded men. If 
any soldier does such a thing, his name 
shall be stuck up in the pari.h church. 

Don't be in -a hurry aVjout firing. Your 
ofKccrs will tell you when it is time to open 
fire. 

Be styady. 
Keep silence. 
Fire low. 

Now men, the army will watch us ; 
make me proudof the Highland Brigade.*' 

♦ » ♦« ♦ 

Interest oa tli« Pnl»lic Dvbt. 

Si.x months interests on the public 
debt becomes due to-day, (1st July,) and 
will be promptly met. It amounts to 
little less than three and a h.alf million 
dollars, and is pay.nble in gold in the 
cities of Boston, New York, Philadel- 
phia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and Wash- 
ington. This amount of gold precipita- 
ted upon the market in one day has had 
tWfc tendency, we learn, to reduce the 
price of gold and bring it down to-day 
from 4t;i to UA. It gives us pleasure to 
be able to state authoritatively that the 
Treasury Department is able to meet all 
payments of interest as it becomes due 
without dilHculty. —Republican. 

Axn 

Blank Book Manufactory. 



The Merchants' Dispatch 

Is also prepared to offer increased facilities, both 
in time and rates, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our freights ere transported by Emigrant and 

fast Freight Exprej^s trains, and handled by 

our own men at all points of irunsfer. 

Cluinis for Xioaara a«<1 nnmapes will 

l»4> promptly a«ljuate<i at thin 

Ofli«-<>. 

For rates or ftir'her information lufjuirc of 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK &CO., 

Agents. 
.St. I*iiul, June 18th, 18<i:!. jell)-3m 



JUST 

C 



A^ T 



» » ♦ « ♦ 



been. They state that there was on 
board ninety-three rounds of 32-pound 
shot, and also some shelU. There was 
also a lot of 12 pound shot and shell. 
All this was concealed in an apartment 
underneath the cabin, and that tbey rc- 



In»aalon of Obiu 'JThrrateard. 

From tlie Ohio State Jounial, 2d. 

(ieneral Kelly, in command of the 
Department of \\ est Virginia, telegraphed 
to (Jovernor Tod, yesterday, that a large 
force of rebel cavalry and mounted in- 
fantry had been sent by Lcc across the 
mountains, into West Virginia, for the 
purpose of attempting a raid into Ohio, 
and that their forces h.ad already reaclie«l 
Beverly. Randolph County, and were 
moving in the direction of Parkersburg. 
on the Ohio River. The (Jovernor has 
also received a letter from the captain of 
an efficient scouting company, in General 
Kelly's Department, to the effect that his 
men, for several days, have been watch- 
ing the movements of the enemy, which,' 
he says, seem to be made with the view 
of reaching the border before an armed 
force can be collected to resist their ad- 
vance. 

General Kelley accompanied his tele- 
gram with a rei]uest for all the troops the 
Governor could send him, and we are 
happy to say Uiat, this morning, a large 
force of infantry and artillery will be on 
their way to check the rebel advance. 
Several of the volunteer military compa- 
nies of this city have been callcii upon to 
:_ ■*_ rf- fi i__ 1 1 . 



on any occasion, as they always have repair to Camp Chase for guard duty, so 

'"""" Ti -•»... »i.-.. .1 that the organized and disciplined forces 

at that post may bo forwarded to West 
Virginia. In the meantime, we trust that 
our citizens will continue to apply them- 
selves to drill, so that they may be pre- 
pared for any emergency. 



Tho Press I?i*iiitiiier Co, 

Have in successful operation th» lar<re.<t and most 
complete Bindery in Minnesota, embracing the 
a'estand most improved machinory. Employing 
only competent an^dlirefnl workmen, aid U!<ing 
the best -ateriiil, they hope' 'to continue to give 
satiiifaction to all. 

PAPER RULED TO ORDER, 

AND TO ANY PATTKUN, 

LEOGEUS, DAY BOOKS, JOUUXAL", COM- 
MkRCIAL AND COITNTY BOOK.S, AND 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KLND, 

MAOR IN TllK BKST 51ASNE15. 

Old. Books I^e-Bou-iici 

MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, 
MtJSIC, &o., <Sco., 

Bound in Any Style Desired, 

From the lowest priced work to the highest s yU- 
of tho art. 



M 



ICHIGAN 



CENTRAL 

ROAD. 



RAIL- 



Grent Contnil TCoiito 



To New York, New En;;land and the 
Canad.ts. 

Onandafter SUNDAY, Ajiril lOth, 1803, trains 
leave ih,; (Jreat CentralDuiou Depot , foot of Lalie 
street, as followH : 

9.30 a. at.— Day Fxpress (Gxeopt Sundays) 
arrires at Detroit at fi.v.l) v. M., 
huopcnsion Bridge at ■'i.'iOA. M., 
Albany, :i.0'> v. \i., New York, 
8. 5r. >!., Boston, IMo p. m. 
V.IS p. la.— Night Kx press (Except Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit iit ti.O.'t A. M., 
Husp^-nsion Bridge, 4J10 v. M., Al- 
bany, 4.<j A. M., New York, lo.ij 
A. M., Boston, -'.ao r. M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Knilroad, learn 
Chicago at 7.:w a. m.. Mail Train ; Mu v. m. Fast 
Express. 

The ".18 P.M. train leavingChlcago runs through 
to Cindnnati without change of ears or baggage. 
ttL'TTAN'S I'*TENT VENTILATORS 
On Cars of Day Express Trains. 
Patent Sleeping Car-t on Night Trains. 
Biiin(->'Mr*^ Checked Throagli. 
»»- Through tickets for sale at all rrinripal 
RailroadOffiaes in the West, at the General (Jffloe, 
corner Ijike and Dwarbom streets, (under the 
Treinont House,) Chicago, and at the Depot. 

tt, N. KICK, Oeneral Suix-rlntendent. 
M.C.WENT\V()UrH, 
myii-tf Gen'l WesK'rn Pans. Ag't, Chicago- 



RLAKEMAN'S THE 



KEW JEWELRV STORE, 




P R O A L ' S , 

An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

Giiiu Blankets, (lUiii Pouches, (lUiii Coats, Gum Talmas Gum 

A\ ading Boots, etc., etc- 

ALSO, AJ.L SORTS OF LEATHER TRAVELING COX\'ENIENCES. 

and !Rol>eirt-Sts. 



A riNK AssoKTMKXT of the American 
manufactured Watch ailjusted to heat and cold, 
and the most perfect timer made. A. BLAKE- 
MAN sells them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake the place. Be sure that you call in at 
TUENEW JEVV»LKY .STORE. apl8-Iy 



W 



A N T E D 



I 



.V Girl to Cook, Wash, &c., in a small family. 
Nene hut a competent person need apply to 

w. s. com:bs, 

BOOKSTORE, 



lathe 



Jan2.1 



POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



TXATCirS BATTALION ! 

RECRUITS WANTED. 

^40 BoiMity! 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOARD 
WILL BE PAID. 

The men will be enlisted for three years or 
during the Indian War on our frontier. This 
enlistment avoids the draft, which should boa 
great inducement to those subject to the same 
Apply to A. T. CIIAMBLIN. 

Corner of .Seventh and .lackson-sts., 

je25-tf St. Paul. 

OOOTS &c HHOES 



AT 



VER Y LOW PRICES, 



AT 



KILPATRICK'S. 



St. Paul. Juno tf. 1803. 



e« 



FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

OK ALT, KINIW. 

Also, WarehouseTracks, Letter 
-^mim — Presses, fco., &«. 

FAIRBANKS, GREEN LEA Fi CO.. 
\-'l Lake Street, Chicago. For sale In St. Paul, 
bv.I. C. A II. r. Kurhann * Co. 
Pe careful to buy only the genuine. JeH^dwIy 




Corner Tliii-d 

January 11,1863.— ly. 



myI2 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

On and after MONDAY, JUNE 15th, Passenger Trains will run as follows : 



Leave St. Paul. 


Arrive at St. Anthony. 


Leave St. Anthony. 


Arrive at St. Paul. 


h-Ah A. M. 


6 :20 A. M. 


8:00 A. M. 


8:35 A. M. 


11:30 A. M. 


12:05 M. 


2:00 P. M. 


2:35 P. M. 


5 :00 p. M. 


o:3o p. M. 


6:00 P. M. 


6:3d p. M. 



aplR tf 



AV. B. ]L.ITOHFIEL.r>, 

Greueral S»ui>oriia^eii<lciit. 



Four doors belov THOMPSON & BUOTIIER'S 
Biiiik, and next door below SHAW'.S i 

Fashionable Hat .'^tore, 

Ow THircl Street, 

Can be seen splendid 

SILVER TEA SETS, CAKE BASKET.S, ICE 
riTCHEItS, CASTOUS, 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Opal and Kuby Bings, Solid Gold Enr- 
Biugs and I'ins in sets. 

From S«*ir> ±0 S!*r>0. 

ifi10,000 worth of SETH THOMAS CLOCKS 

.1UST KECEIVED. 

T'lO-e wl'-'hing to supplv themselves with a per- 

l.'ct <nock, will buy the SETH THOMAS 

CLOCK of 

A. BLAIiEMlAIV. 

N. B. — The Cheap American (Jothic Clock, at 
Fiictury pricis. .Ml warranted to run well. 




THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

VE^TEREA^L DISEASES, 

ANI> 

Affections of the Urinary and Generative 
Organs. &(% &c. 

This Institution was organized under a special charter in 18.'>ii. The method of treatment adopted 
is the same as that emploxed in the be^t French, Englisli and American hospitals. Th»» attending 
jihvsiciun is a regular graduate of the Colhgii Meijiri Vitioeiigi'<. Without degrading it into emprri- 
tis'm, as is practiced bv atlvertising <iuacli8,''* former sutierers," aud "benevolent associations, ' he, 
like Bicord, Civiale, Vidal, Bum.stead, k:c.. lias made this branch of .Surgery a speciality (luring the 
jKist ten yi'ars,and is prei>ared to give jiatients as good treatment as they could obtain in Eastern 
Cities. 

The otRce is arranged in separate apartments, so that those who desire can consult the doctor with 
the utmost privacv. The Institute is provided with a Snirometir for measuring the vital cajiadty, and 
I'rof. Schrebfi-'s '/'«».9;/»*?/ifl«^it<.u for devf-'opiiig the muscular system in .^^eminal Wi-aknoss and 
»)ther wasting diseases ;' alf o an improved api»aratus and all the appliances for adniinistt-ring Hetlicu- 
titl Fmiiiqation JUitlis, now so celebrated In Eurojie lor tlie cure ot Syphiiitic diseases. 

While 1 prescribe for a'l kindd of diseases, attention is given more specially to the following :— 
Syphilis, in all its stages; Gonorrham; tileet; Stricture: AtTections ol tiie Kidnevi.. Bladder, &c.: 
Hvdrocelo, or Dropsv of the Scrotum. Varicocele, and other diseases of the Testicles anl Cord ; 
Kheuma ism. Piles, Fistula, and Diseases of the Kectum and Anus: and all complaints pecii liar to 
Females. Also, Spermatorrlwra, or ^ex'/zm/ HV/yiMc.f*, for wliich our treatment is now adnutted to 
be even more successful than that of Lalleniand, of Montpelier. 

PATIENTS AT A DISTANCE— freatert t«y corresjiondencii.snd Medicines sent under seal to cure 
anv ca.«e at home. Full particulars furnished on application by letter. 

Ji.sT I'tisi.isiiKi) — The >litli edition of our Mvd'cal y.V,/or/, containing 70 pages and numerous 
engravings, treating on the above diseases; sent to any address on receipt of prit«, 15 cts. AIm», in 
press, and nearly r adv, the 2nd editioti of our large work on Venereal .>«urgery. 

«S»t>ffice in Concert Hall Block, near the Post Office. Consultations can be had from 9 a.m. to l 
p. M. Sundavs l» to 10 a. m. All letters should be directed to 

THE GALENIC INSTITUTE, 

jv.T (Box IW.) Saint Paul, Minnesota. 




THE fHEAP CASH STORE A 
LITTLE AHEAD. 



For Rats. ]Vflice. RoacItPS. Anta. H<^ 
BuR'*, MotliM in Kura. lVooll«*iia, dkc, 
Mnst>cta on I'lanta, Vowla. AhIimmI*, dkc 

l*ut up in •2.5c, .5<)c and $ I Bo.\e8, Bottles and Flasks 
$3 and $5 for Hotelx, Ptiblic /ustUutiotts, ffr. 

"Only infuliible remedies known." 
" Free from Poisons." 
" Not daHgerous to the Hnman Family." 
" llats come out of their holes to die." 

^|-Sold Wholesalo in all large cities. 
Sold by all Druggists and Ketailers ererywherc. 
tt^ 1 1 ! Bhwakk I ! ! of all worthless imitations. 
«^See that " Costau's" names is on each Box, 

Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 
4ar Address IIEIVBY R. COSTAR. 

•#-PKIN(IPAL DKPOT4t*2 BfOAHWAY, N. Y. 

««-Sold by DAV ft JEXKS. 

Wholesale and Retail Agonts, 
ap30-d%wrim St. Paul, Minnesota. 

~ BAGIi23 WORKS^~ 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY 




Yor \\ .\NT 



THE PEOPLE SAY THEY CAN BUY 

DRY GOODS 

A. ILtittle 01icai>eir at 

"The Cheap Cash Slore/' 

THAN ANY OTHER PLACE IX TOWX. 

If you do not believe It, "COME AKD SEE." 

We have a splenAid stock of 

I>I^ESS GS0013S, 

LAWXS, PUIXTS, HOOP SKIRTS. BALMO- 

RaLS, CLOTHS, CA8SIMERES. 

And mil kinds of 

Faney and Domestic Goodi^. 

Which we will be glad to show to anv wishing ta 
purchase. Kememl>er the place. 

No. 218 Third Street, 

NEXT DOOR TO N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

je5-tf 



STEAM E!Vi;i!\ESOR BOILERS AT 



I L I T A R Y ! 



PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
PATENT SUGAR CAXR MII.I.8, 
patemtstkvm con. k vaporators, 
PATENT STAMP MILLS 

FOR 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and descriptions 
prices, &o. ; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 

AND MACHISKRY OK ALL nK8CRIPTIOira, 

Too numerous to mention. 
CHICAGO, • Illinois. 

P. W. GATES, President. 

N. B. Agents wanted every where. 

mr7-dft.wlv 

EN R Y 



H 



M c K E N T Y 



Officers' Cei-veklxry Boot«, 



OFFICERS' RIDINQ BOOTS, 



OfIicei*s' 2k>iia.ves.« 



AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 



or 



BOOT &. SHOE, 



DKALKR IX 



SAINT PAITL, MINNESOTA. 
49* Will also locate I^nd Warrants and set 
Keal Estate on Commission. )an8-dfcwly 



CAN B£ POUKD AT 



*o*.>a. 



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V 



■ iLitn 



tmm^ *■ •-• 



®&t faint ^aul ^rWiS, 



rUBLISUKD BY THB 
Pl&CHA PHl.KTm« COMPAMY. 

♦»»»♦- - 

OKKICE— ADJOINING THK BKI1>GK. 

T««rtu«:— I>A1I,Y I'KKSS— By iimil, #fi.00 por 
•ttuuia, or roc |>t*r month im'ttriably in ndvaitcr. 

TKI-WKKKI.Y IMtKSS— ♦5 por annum ; f^AO 
tor nix iiKtottt!*; #l.:j6 for thrtHMnouthti; live ixii>- 
iiv", t« oni> addresii, $4.5u oaoli ; tun do., $i eacn. 

WKKKLY I'KKSS— On.' copy, on*- yoar, ♦•.•; 
Ilr»> or niorf, ♦I.TJ I'uoh ; t«Mi or mon', to on»< ail- 
ilro.i.'i, f l.'iOtt.iciii twi'iity ur niore,toon«Mtdrei«», 

It;it**s< ^^t' >\.d verliHmg 
.'V T 11 K n A I E, Y P R K « N . 

OneSquar<>. E«chadd. Square. 

« Ove time fo no f04i) 

^\ rt)r<*t' tinit'i* 1 50 7b 

b ( '*ix davs 2 i<0 1 (N) 

2 { Two we«>k4t :t MO 1 bu 

IfTlir.'rt w.'.'ka 4 w •? <K> 

C ^Oiu> raontli 5 00 '.> :*(i 

. } Two niuuthii H (K) 4 <H) 

2 ( l'tir»9 laonttu ID 00 & •><) 

S S\r montliM 14 UO 7 00 

» rwolviMnouth» -."0 00 10 00 

1. 1 irst pajfi' ailvt'rtiit>n>ont», »p«>cial and bu.ti. 
ot'ns iiotiot's, andailvi'rtisiMnoiit.tfollowiuK iinnu- 
iiiatfl/ Hft«'r l«>cal mattHrou thu fourth paijt*, ont>' 
lialf additional 

•i. S.«cand ii»)f>'. and dpeclal plao.* and donh1<> 
;?ulunin advfrtisi>nicn:it,andad>t*rti4t>iui>nt!i witli 
cut:i, ont' third ikdditioniil. 

:i. AilvprtisenifntnohanRoaMo at pleasnn'ratod 
as in No. 1, and j^W per uniium additional l'»r 
chanp^H. (All«'liin>{os rated at I0c«*nt« iwrsgnur*', 
ifp4i>l inadvani'i- ; cliarf^fd onUu-book*, I'.' ct-nt*.'* 

4. Locil notic h U> Cfnt* p«>r lin»> for lirst tt'n 
Hn.*!' or und«'r, anl live c««t.i pt>r line for each ad- 
ditioiiiil lint>. 

5. Ailvt>rtispraont« in l>ally and Weekly, one- 
hal*' addi'ional to ttit» Daily rate. 

d. A'lvortisi'inent* in Wcekl alone, 75 centi* 
jHT s.ju*rt' for rt-st insertion, and .'C -» cents jK'r 
^<|mk^<) for stiiliseijneiit inmeriiouH, for anv period 
witltin tlirt><t mouths; over three munth.<i, one- 
third l-->« tliau Daily rate:*. 

7. Legal hkiI lio'vernntent advertisements, 75 
cents per siiuaro for the tirst in.xertion, and ;i7>t 
c«Mits per square for each additional insiTtion. 

M. Altorneyti o-derinj» in le(;al advertisements 
arerej^irded as aocoiintable for the cost of the 
same, unless tlii-re is a special agreement to 
char({>» the same to another part v. 

tt. No uaper given in connection w ith advertUing. 

**- P. M<.AHK,at Minneapolis, and Wktmork 
O'Ukikx, at St. Anthony, will act as Agents in 
jlrculating the Daily I'kkss In their respcctiva 
towns. 



AKK STILX. UKFKRINU 

THK ORKATEST IXDUCKMEXTi IN THE 

DRY (fOODS MARKET. 

Our stock of 

DRESS GOODS 

IS rUE M03T ATTRACTIVE IN THK CITY, 
Comprising all the 

LATEST STYLES 
ENGLISH AND FRENCH 



)!• 



Woirstecl Grood.as», 



In Checks, Stripes, Figures, and Plain, 

USLIN AN'D CIIADI DE LAINES, 

Lawus aud Oriiaiidies, &'c., 

\Yhich we are selling at 
We have a splendid line of 

Bradley's unrivalled Hoop Skirts, 

For T<adie«, Misses and Children ; 

A I.SO 

SFHING AND SUMMER 

Which we make a specialty of, always keeping a 
handsome aasortment. 

In R^ li a, w 1 s , 

We can suit the moit fastidious, in quality, pat- 
tern and price, having a beautiful assort- 
ment of 

CHECKS. STRIPES. AND STELLA 

In the Middlesex, Peacedale, and Scotch. 
We have the 



CHEAPEST AXD BEST LINK OF 



s 



EMBROIDEKIE 

IN COLLARS. BANDS & SETS, 



Also 

LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS, 

We would say that wc have a large stock of 

DOUESTICS, in DENIMS, STRIPES, SHEET- 

INES, PRINTS and COTTONADES, to., 
Wldch we will sell at a 

SMIAILJL. AOVAIVCE 

*)a present New York prices for CASH. 

Hogan & Oamp, 

»p:jO-tf 1*2 Thlrd-si 



"VTERCHANTS' DISPATCH 
FttMt Froljflit Lino. 

UWNKS Aai> »lA."«AaKU BT 

AMKRICAM KXPRKSS CO. 

All overoharnei Mttled by J. O. fc U. O. Mar- 
bank k. Co., Aaeata, 
New York otbce. Hi Murray atre*!. 

Boston ottoe, Atf Washington street, 
mai^i-dlr 

KEGS SUCiARHOUSK, GOI.- 

den and Amhre, a choice article, at 
.1. C. k II. C. BIJRBAKN it C'o.'s 



100 



JUST RECEIVED A 
Kk.servk 



WE HAVE 
larra suppJv of Wkhtkrn 
Ckkksr. which wti oflter low for cash. 
Ie8 J.C.»H.C. BURBANK fc CO. 



LARGE STOCK OF FINE LI 

quors and t^gars, which we offer at prices 
that will insure ouuk sales, at 

J. C. ft II. C. UUKBANK & Co.'s 



tJyJvJ key, for 



. ASSORTED WHIS 

sale at 
J". C. & II. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



Onn WHOLE, HALF AND QUAR- 

€^\J\J ter UixeK Kalsirs, crop of lSf> , at 
J. C. & U. C. BURBANK Ik Co.'s 

bbTs7 stuar'FsIjest hon" 

ey Syrup, a choice article, for table use at 
J. C. & 11. C. BURBANK <k Co.'s. 



20 



150 



BOXES W. R. CHEESE; J 

prime article, st low figures, at 
J. C. k U. C. ULKITaNK & Co.'s 



p^n tiRANT'S PATENT FANNLN(i 

fj\J Mills for sale at manufacturer's prices, ai 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



ASSORTEl' 

consisting of IMums, Prunec, 
Currants and Citron, all new crop, for sale ai 
prices to suit thi* times. 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



^OK PACKAGES 
JL^O Fruits, 



\roV WH.L FIND ONE OF TH> 

X. largest and best selected stocks of Urocer 
ies in the West, at the warehouse of 
dec 19 J. C. k U. C. BURBANK k Co. 



R I N T E R S ' INKS 



All sorts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrated 
maniitactory of ,). E. Wade, New York, for salt' 
at manufacturer'.s prices, by 

dccl.' J.C. *H.C. BURBANK k CO. 



420 

brauus, at 



BOXES ASSORTED TO 

bacco, comprising all the fkvorit*' 

k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



J.C. 



50 



DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS'I 

steel Axe*. Also .10 dozen Red Rivei 
Axes: also 25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, tirst 
oUiility, at 

J. C. k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'e 



RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT, 
1,000 P.n .Nn8 Drikd pEACHKa, and 7,00( 
i'crxoM Dkikij APfLKH, to be sold low for cash, 
■lyrutf J. C. BURBANK k CO. 



npo 



MY FRIENDS & PATRONS 



Having engnmd iny services to th« Messrs. J. 
C. k II. C. Burbank * Co.. corner Levee and Sib- 
ley stre*-t.s, : may be found in the Wholesale Uro- 
oery Department, where it will afford me pleasure 
to see my old customers onoe more. 

V»'« shall have a turge aud well selected stock 
of gomis, usually keptln our line, on hand, which 
I respectfully ask voti to examinu t>efore purchas 
in? elsewhere. I nope to merit for the house a 
portioa at least of tttat patronage you have here- 
totore so liberally bestowed upon me 

mar8 A. L. LARPENTEUR, 



50 



BARRELS 



— OK — 



CARBOIV OIL. 

ALSO A QUASTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

For sale by J. C. k H. C.BURBANK k Co. 



TDIONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Plko streets. 
This astablishment is now in full operation, an 
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of 
IKON AND BRASS 

CA.STINGS, FORCING, kc, 
at the lowest Eastern rates, viz. Heavy Mill cast 
Ings, Columns, Sash weights. Grate Bars, Sleigh 
shoes, fcc, three cents per pound. Brass cast- 
ings. Babbit metal, 25 to 30 cents per pound, 
loathe work fa.OO per day. Particular attention 
given to .Steam Kn;jine and Boiler work. Thresh 
hiK Machine repairing promptly attended to. 

Steam Engines and Boilers, Threshing machines, 
new and second handed, for sale or exchange 
very low. 

OILMAN k BUSHNELL. 
St. Paul, July 5th, 18fl2. dly 



^(gal ^OXUtfi. 



M 



ORTGAGE SALE.— DEFAULT 



THE SATETl PAUL PiiESS. 8UKUAY, JULY 12, 1863. 

99SSSSSSSSS 



oiM« k: iiotjiu. 
Oa w«Mk days l>om 7 o'clock A. M . to 7 «< o'dook 

P. H. 

On Sundays, ft-om I^ o'clock M. to I o'clock 
r. M. 



WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 
AUKIVAI. AND l>hl*AKTlIKK Of M.VtI.H. 

For IjtCrosse — l<>sturu Mail— Leaves dally, ex- 
sept Kridav, at 5 A. M. 

Arrive* daily, except Tuesday, at B f. M. 

For Mi nnoa4»oUs— leaves daily, exwpt Sunday, 
at H A.M. 

Arrives dally— exci'pt .Sunday, at 4 P. M. 

Fur Stillwater— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 
7 A. M. 

Arrives daily, except Sunday, at rt P. M. 

For lludaou- leaves<l«iiy, except Sunday, at 
S A. M. 

Arrives dally, except Sunday, at 7 P. M. 

For Maukato— leaves daUy, except Sunday, at 
10 a.m. . . 

Arrives dally. exwpt Sundav, at about Vi U. 

For Norfhileld— leaxcs daily, except bunday, 
at « A. M. 

.Vrrives dally, except Sunday, at abouL, p.m. 

For Sunrise City— leaves Monday, Wednesday, 
and Friday, at (> .\. M. 

Arrives Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday, at 

about 7 i*. M. 

For Cannon Falls— leaves Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives WeUnesday, at / P. M. 

For Red Wing— leaves Wednesday, at 8 A. M, 

Arrives Tuesday, at rt P. M. 

For farmer- leaves Thursday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives Wednesday, at 7 P. M. 

For Cottage tJro\t — leaves Saturday, at 1 P. M. 

Arrlvr* Salurdiiv, at i".* M. 

.Mails leaving U-lore 7 o'clock A. M. dose at 
7 P. M. 

All t>thers close half an hour before the time of 
departing, except Eastern which closes at « p. >i. 

The postage u|K>n all inmsient printed matter, 
foreign and domestic, and upon all letters, for- 
eign and dome>iic, is now reijuired to be fully 
prepaid by United .>tates postage stamps, exwpt 
in ca.ses where pre|>aymeiit on letters, kc, to for- 
eign countries is optional and th<* senders do not 
wish to prejiay. 

l'er,sons mailing letters, newspapers, kc. 
whether domestic or to foreign countries, should 
then-fore ascertain at the oillce of mailing, the 
exact postage In each ca^e and affix United States 
postage stamps of sulficient value to prepay the 
full postage tliereon. 

(HAS. NI( HOLS, Postmaster. 

St. Paul, Novend>er l.'), In>','. 



gafeccUancou^. 



p. F. HdDQEB & .Ca 



rii;i;l J^f 



l>KALKR8 III 






standard Farm Machinery, 



AT 

Niools & Deans* Iron Store, 
Third Street, 

ST. PAUL, MMWrn. 

Pitt's BoflUo Thresldng 
MassXUon Threshing 



J" 



ST RECEIVED 

EXPRESS. 

A beautiful lot of 



BY 



ALPACCAS k SARATOdA 

PLAIDS, 



AI.80 



A handsome lot of 



HAIR NETTS. 
GJ-raindine Veils, Ace., 

Which we are offering at 

CAI.L AND SEE T1I£M. 
At 1-AO Tlilx-a Stroot. 



L. C BXJRT, 



ap15-3iB 



ST. PAVIm 



/^UXS AND PISTOLS. 

Tliird Street, St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of .^Itlitary and .Sp<irtirg 
Classes, to his large and well selected stock of 
SIIOTtiUNS, WK.>*.s«)NS & BAl.LAKD CAKT- 
RlDCiK RIFLE,.'*.'BITM & >V KSsONS', COLT'S 
and others' make of IMSIOL.S, Ac. 

A large stock of Fishing Tackle of all descrip- 
tions. 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, made 
to order. 

Jti- Kepairing proniptlv attended to. 

I-OWDKR, SHOT and CATS, for sale. 

my.ll-1m 

/^ A S H ! CASH!! CASH!!! 

» CE.TTS, A CEBITS, 5 CX::VTA. 

Paid for good No. 1 Cotton Hags. Four cents lor 
the best kind of old white paper, and old books 
of any kinrf, ;\nd will sentl to any part of the city 
for them, if yo>i leave vour order's at Davenport's 
Book Store. I'utnan/s, P. O. Box 1.54-.*, or at 
West's, on Robert street, next to Third. 
marHtf J. W K.ST. 



F 



O R 



SALE 



1863. 



1863. 



1863 



Sumraox* Arraoeromont. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 



OARRT15a THB 



NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 



ASIDTUB 



XJuitod iStates IMCail. 



The roads are well stocked with flr<tt chMS 
horses, Concord Coaches, with careful and exp» 
rienced drivers, all under the control of coinp»' 
tent agents. 

aCIIRIfULK or I>KPARTIf RB8 FROM SAINT PADL 

For StUlwater— Dally , at 8 a. m. 
F'or Shakopee, Jordon, St. Lawrence, Bell*' 
Plain, llenilerson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse rte 
Sioux, St, Peter and Mankato— Daily at i o'clock 
A. M 

For Rosemount, C*stl« Rock, Northfleld, Can 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls and 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatonna, for Wllto-, 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Agency and Mankato 
Also for Rice Lake, Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochestc'r, Chaitleld, and Winona— DaUy 
at 4 a. m. ^ . . 

For Industrlana, Anoka, Orono, Orlanda 
Ifontioello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and Ht 
Cloud— Uailv, at 5 A. M. 

For Sauk Itapids, Uelle Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— .Vfondays, Wednesdays and Fil 
day« at 6 o'clock a.m. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria 
. Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Fori 
Ab«>rcrombio — Mondays and Thursdays at .'> 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, with conn'^ctions for Superloi 
and Bayfield— Mondays We'ineidays ana Fri 
days, at 7 o'clock a. m. 

Fur further particulars Inquire at the General 
' Offloe on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 

ap21-dl/ Propriatort. 



has been made In the conditions of a certain 
mortKagi^ executed by .John li. Irvinu and Nancy 
Irvine his wife, mortgagors, to William H. Knnis, 
mortgagee, U^arlng date, and duly acknowledged 
bvsaid mortgagors, on the JMhday of August, a. 
I)'., IK,VJ. which said mortgage contains the usual 
power of sale to th(! mortgagee and his assigns, 
and WIS duly tiled for record In the office of the 
Register of Deeds of the county of Itamsey, in 
the Stale of Minnesota, on the third day of l»cto- 
ber, A. I) l''59, at one o'clock and forty-live min- 
utes P.M., and was thereupon duly record"<l in 
said office, in Book " P" of Mortgages at pages 
4(i5, 41))) and 4tir ; which said mortgage was given 
to secure the payment of live thousand two hun- 
dred and tlfty-one dollars and thirtytive cents 
(ji5.','51.:J5-l«j) and interest according to the con- 
dition of two certain promissory notes made by 
said John R. Irvine, payable to the order of said 
morigagee. and b<>aring evn dati* with said mort- 
gage, and tln.'rt? is claimed to tH> due, and is actu- 
ally due and unpaid, upon said notes and mort- 
g.ige, at the date ol this notice, the sum of six 
thousand six hundred and seventy-two dollars 
an<l tifty cents (|it),t»r2 .>0.) 

And the said mortgagee did, on the 20th day of 
Novemlx-r, A. H. l«<5i, pay certain delin<juent 
taxes upon the mortgaged premises, to the amount 
of $475 VM), and <lid tliereaffer, on the :ilst day of 
January, a. i>. im'kl, pay certain other delinijuent 
taxes u|>on said premises to the amount of i7l.:U), 
for which several sums ho has taken and now 
liolds receipts of the person authorlzeil to receive 
such taxes, and which sums with lnt4>rest from 
the day of the payment thereof respectively, at 
the rati; of twelve per cent, per annuin, (amount- 
ing at this date to the sum of i>jr7.:W), the said 
mortgagee will claim, and collect with and as part 
of the amount secured by said mortgage, making 
the entire amount claimed to bo due at th" date 
of this notl'-e for principal and Interest upon thi> 
said mortgage. Including the sums so paid for 
taxes with interest thereon to this date the just 
and lull sum of #7,V4tf 8.1. 

And no suit or proceeding at law has been insti- 
tuted to recover the debt secured by said n»orl- 
gage, or any part thereof; 

The mortgaged premise < are described as fol- 
lows, vl/ : All those tracts, pieces or jmrcels of 
land situate and lying in Ramsey County, Minne- 
sota, known and designated as lots numbered 
thirteen ( H) and fourteen (14), In block numberP'l 
forty-six (M), of Kice k Irvine's Addition to St. 
Paul; also lots numbered twelve (l'.J) and thirteen 
(i:j', of block numU'red sixty-nine (OU),lots num 
bored one (I), two (2), three (;t), four (4), six (C), 
seven (7), eight («), nine (»), ten (10), and eleven 
(U), In block numljered seventy-one (71), and lots 
numbered one (I), two (.J), three f:i), four (4), live 
(5), six (0), seven (7), eight (K), nine (it), ten (10) 
eleven (II), and twelve (1?), In block numbered 
seventy-seven (77), of Dayton * Irvine's Addition 
to St. Paul, according to the plats or maps of sai<l 
Additions respectively, of record In the office of 
the Register of Deeds of saiil Ramsey county. 

Now, tlieri-fore, notice Is hereby given, that by 
virtue of the power of sa'e in said mortgage c«)n- 
talned, and pursuant to the statute in such case 
made and provided, the said mortgage will he 
foreclosed oy a sale of the said mortgaged premi- 
ses at public vendue, to the highest bldtler, at the 
front door of the Court House, in the citv of 
Saint Paul, in said county of Ramsey, on Satur- 
day, the .i.')th day of .July, A. I>. I WW, at ten o'clock 
in the forenoon of that day. 
Dated St. Paul, Jane U»th, A. i>. l«r..',. 

WILLIAM H. KNNIH. Mortgagee. 
BtoBLow It Dai.rvmpi.R, Attorneys for Mort- 
gagee. 'wjelO-7w 



W) ACKK.s ofM>r) timkkr i.AND.includingabont 
12 acres of very good meadow, and a small house; 
said land is about half way U-lween St. Paul and 
St. Anthony, and ', mile north of State r'oail, 
and about the samt! distance north-east of tht 
Rttiln>ad. For terms of sale apply to 
H. L. MOSS, Ksq., 
at his office near the Bridge, 
je26-lm* Xt. Paul. 

GROVE R Sc riAKKI*'ft!» 

CKLKBIIATKD NOISKLKSS 

SEWING MACHINES. 

MAKING BOTH THE 

Grovdr & Baker and the Lock Stitch 

PRICE M<> A:V» VPlVAItnM. 

FIRST PREMIU.MS In Illinois, Ohio, Iowa and 

Mii'liignn. 
Parties purchasing mactdnes of the <iRO^■KR 
& BAKKR S. M. CO., can have their choice of 
machines making either stitch, and change if they 
desin; to. Thr iriily i-ompnini ttUle to ofyr Hitch 
iiiiliiremenf*. They also oiler to the public at the 
extremely low price of 

Forty-FIvo I>olltii:*M 

A Straight Needle LockyStltrh Machine, 

Suitable forfa'lors and Famllvuse. Tlds machine 
is of larof she, rni>M,quilr flmplf and far tvjte- 
rior to tlie shuttle or lock otitcli machines here- 
tofore cold at f 75 to ♦100. 

a^- Northwe-tern Olhc Third street, opposite 
Ingersoll's Block, St. Paul, Minn. 

P. .S. — Plain and Fancy Stitching done to order. 
[Jcl'.> tjan I] 



Also 
inents 



a 
on 



Agents for Bravley k 
Machines. 
'< " HussuU k Co'l 

Machines. 

" •• AlcCormick's Reaper and Mower. 
" •• Johu II. .Manny's Ueap<'r and Mower. 
•• " Biokford ft lluffniaa's\>raln Drill. 
" " H . A . Pitts 4; Co's Chicago Threshing 
Hanhines. 
general stock of Agricultural Implc* 
hand, to which we invite the stteution 
of farmers and others wishing to purchase. 

NKJULS k DKAN. 
a l-« m I P. F. HODGKS. 

T^ S T AH L I S H E D 17 60. 

I*eter lLioi*illai»d, 

SnuiT and Tobacco Manufactxirer, 

1« laasl 1» C'liiaiubriV'S*., 

(Formerly 42 Chambers Street, New York,) 
Would call the attention of Dealers to the articles 
ot his manufacture, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

.Macaboy, Demigros, 

Fine Rappee, Pure Virginia, 

Coarse Rappee, Nachitoches, 

American Cientleman, Copenhagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch, 

High Toast Scot i;h. Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, 
Irish High Toast, ur Lundyfoot, 
Fresh Scotch. 

4^^ Attention Is called to the large redaction 
In prio»'s of Fine-<'ut t'hewing and .">moklng To- 
baccos, which will be found of a superior quality. 

J'OBACCO. 

FINE CUT CHEWINO.— P. A. L.. or plain; 
Cavendish, or Sweet; Sweet Scented Oronoco ; 
Tin Foil Cavendish. 

S.MOKIN(i.— I^ng; No. I; No. 2; Nos. 1 and 2 
mixed; tiranulated; S. Jago; Spanish; Canas- 
ter; Turkish. 

N. B. — A circular of prices will be sent on ap- 
plication. marlS-ly 

COMPLETE ASSORTMENfl)F 



A 



WAGOXnUBS, SrOKEfl, DRXTAKD SA W- 

KD FKLLOES, SHAFTS, 4^c., 

All of the very b«'st material, just received and 
otr sale by 
ap24 ly NICOLS * DEA>'. 

JUST RECEIVED. 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &c., 

Also, GRASS .SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS, 

RAKES AND CRADLI':S. 

A few casks of 

I>ri"3'SBXJRG- COAI^. 

Always on haml at lowest prices. Wholesale 
and Retail. Bar Iron, Sheet Iron, Plow Ste»l, 
.Spring Steel, Cast Steel, Nails, Sfjikes, Springs, 
Axles, BoltH, Carriage Trimmings, lliimble 
Ski'ins, Blacksmith's Tools, Chains, and 

Warehouse 154 Third street, St. Paul. 
ap17-ljr 



J. 



WATSON WEBB, Jr., 

Successor to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WMOI.EAI^K DBAI.RR IM 



Foreign Wines, Brandies, 
G- I N s , &c. 

Cognac Brand v, 

Rochelle Brandy, 

Jaaiacia and St. Croix Rom, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine Old Bojirbon "Whiskey, 
Rve and Monongahela Whiskey, 
Old Queens Port, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Sherry Wine, 
Madeira Wine, 
Scotch Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and Ptill Catawba, 

Drake B Catawbi and Plantation Bitters, 

Having c^)nnect?a Reclityiug with my business 

I am prepaied to furnish Common and low 

priced Kye and Bourbon Whiskies at the lowest 

cash prlcc^s. 

my 19 J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

Tj^XPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 
S2. ANTON Y AND MINNEAPOLIS 

T'wico Daily, 

Leaving St. Paul at II. -TO A. M. and 5 r. M.; re- 
turning arrive at HM A. .m. and f>.W p. M. Pack- 
ages weighing SO lbs. or less, and not exceeding 
#50 in value will be carried for ten <'k?its, and 
del'vered at owner's doors. Particular attention 
will be paid to filling orders. Purchases will tie 
made at best rates obtainable and no charge made 
for such servires. 

Express matter for St. Cloud and all Interme- 
diate points will leave St. Paul, Mondays at 5.45 
A.M. and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5.00 P. M. 

Jet«-tf J. C. BURBANK k CO. 

THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, 
viz: 
One lot in block II, Whitney & Smith's Ad- 
dition. 

Lots 4 and 5 In block 5«, and lots 14 and 15 In 
block r>.l, in Irvine's Enlargement to Rice k Ir- 
vine's Addilion. 

Lot in block 2-1, lot 9 In block 55, and lot 9 in 
block r)i\ ia Rice & Irvine's Addition. 

A lot "n Davton Avenue, adjoining the proper- 
ty of .Maj. Cntlen, lOO feet front. 
' Lots 7 and k in block Si, St. Paul Proper. 

There are valuable Improvements on said last 
two mentioned lots, consisting ol a stone store 
on Wat>ashaw-st.,and a tirst-class dwelling house 
on Fourlh-st. 

The ab )ve property will l»e sold on liberal terms 
as to cash and credit. 
Inquire at the office of 

SPENCER k CARVER. 
I ngersoH's Block, or of 
GUOFF k BAILEY, 

under Thompson's Bank. 
g^ Rooms to rent in Irvine's Block. 
St. Paul, June ^d, 1863. Je4-3m 



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O T I C E 



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The Commissioned 'Officers of the 31st Regi- 
ment M. S. M., will meet on the 13th day of July, 
at S o'clock P. M , at the Hall of Hope Engine 
House, St. Paul, for the eleclen of the following 
oinct*rs : I Colonel, 1 Lieutenant Colonel, and 1 
Major, By order. 

CAPT. L. H. EDDY, Commanding. 

»g- Staats Zeltung copy once. iel8-t»l 



£!«•••«• 



OICNTISTRY. 
DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 

DENTAL KQOMS IN 
WinMlo-w Houi 



OFFICE HOURS 

j«4-0m 



FROM 8 A. M. TU 5 
•I. ^mtMrnmy, 



"PLORENCE SEWI 
MACHINE AG^ENGY. 

Directly orposlfe Stces' Furniture Store, 

Tlilrd Sti-oet, 

Makes roi.'R distintt stitciikh on one and the 
same machine, all of which make the seam alike 
on both sides of the fabric. 

It combines all the good i|iialllie<i o*" other first 
class Machines, aixt possesses many ailvantagcs 
over anv and nil of them. 

It is tlie most simple and PKiiPKt T In Its con- 
struction of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers so great a range of work. 

ff It sewn Six ur Kii/ht thicktiFsst'x of f^ull 
Clotlnlotrii to thr finexl/nbrir, irith n/iiul facili- 
ty, tritkout clxntyi- oftrn»ioti. 

FEEDS TO TllE RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No difficulty cxperienci'd in sewing across thick 
seam. 

Runs more oulet than nnv other Machine. 

They are the FASTEST SEWKRa in the 
WORI.D. 

A child o*" ten years can 

ADJUST THE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an experienced operator. 

They give universal satlslactiou wherever used. 

I he most inexperienced can work them per- 
fectly and with eas«. 

Tliev range in i)rlce from #53 to $115. 
«- EVERY MACHINE WARKANTED..«» 

llemmers and all necessary tools included. 
O. W. HAMCOrK, Agent. 

JyI3 cor. 3d and MInnesot asts.. St. Paul. 

/CORDAGE AND LEAD PIPE- 
JUST RECEIVED, 



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n 

DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 
D. W. INOERSOLL & CO., 

Ar« last receiving their third purchase of 
9prin|c a net Summer 

r> K, Y G^oor>s, 

Bought at the reoent 
PANIC AUCTION SALES, . 
And oflfcr to their old customers great bargains In 

ILia,d.ies'lI>ress Groods, 

iS follows: 
1«000 yards best qtiallty Mozambique. 
'..',000 do striped Lenas, at 25 cents. 
1,000 do Plaid Arsolinas, 35 cents. 

HOO do black and white ChallicB, 30 cents. 
1,')00 do striped Plaid and Mode. 

COrX>RED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

English k American Ciiugham8. 

KNULISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

CALICOES, 

Some as low as IS cents. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer great 
bargains. 

}L<ad.ieH' Collars, 

Embroidered, Linen aud Ruffled. 
BAREGE AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS, 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from 12>^c to $1. 

In Oloves and Hosiei*^', 

We have every variety, for ladios and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

"BRADLEY'S "Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens wo have Broadcloths, Cassimeres, 
Ladles' Cloakings, and Men's Wear of all kinds. 

Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
Oil Cloth Covers, kc. 

We will sell at prices to nEFT competition. All 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will find this the best pUce to buy for cash. 

X>. ^W. InurersoU &c Co., 



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General Insurance Ag^nt. 
' °' HOME. 

OF NEW HA VKN, CONNECTICUT. 

IX)RILLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

..v.AND NL4.GARA. 
OF NBW YORK CITY, 



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]MCa.r*in.e Insmrctnce. 
PMOEivrx:, 

OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. 

LfF^E, 

UTUAL BENEFIT 

OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 



OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK 8T0RF, 
myO di'x Third street, St. Paul, Min. 



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LOUR. 

AtWhelesale and Retail. 

Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLCB WHEAT, 
AT TUC 

Oannon Falls Miills, 

SUPERIOR TO Airr OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS MARKET. 

Ahio, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR WAKEHOTJSE 

OF 

C. M[. BROOMZE, 

Thlrd-st., between Jackson and Robert-sta. 
JanSMy 

7S W. WOOLLEY, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 
FORTV-A-RDINa- 

AND 

Oommlssion IMCercbanty 

DKALKR IN GROCKRIKS 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, kC, ftC, AC. 

ASD 
AOKNT FOR THK 

PENIJSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul. 
Boston, New England, Montreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
&vorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St. Paul, 
Janl-dly For 

^ DkMONTREVILLE, 

DENTIST, 
(Office In French's Block,) 
Third Street, neiar tlie Post Ofllce, 

SAINT PAUL MINN«SOTA 

jan2»-ly 



ST. PAUL PROPERTY. 

$37S £ar a lot 50 feet by 150 in tb« vicinity of 
Jaokson street and Twelfth. 

A first-class Stone Store on Tbirtl street. 

A lot on MinncsoU street, near Third, with 
building. 

Two DweUinc Houses, |M0 each. 
A beautiful lot 60 feet by 200 with flue froTC of 
trees. HENRY McKENTY. 

Dealer In Real EaUte. 
St. Paul, May 14. 1863.— dAw3m 

TS AND SHOES. 



goo 



AT 



NEW YORK PRICES. 



SO pel* Cent. Sa-ved 



BY 



BUYING YOUR SHOES 



AT 



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R THE CARS 



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ST. PA17I<, m.E3t. 



rpHIRD STREET PROPERTY. 

FOR SALE, 

Lot 2, Block 22, Rice k Irvine's Addition— corner 
lot, 72 feet front on Third street and 150 feet on 
Hill street, adjoining Hope Engine House. Will 
be sold low. 
TERMS— Part cash and part credit. 
Apply to D.COOPER, 

aplOtf Irvine's Blodc 

rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

JOHN BURNHAM, Proprietor, would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of Jacksoc and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
comraodation of travelers, where he will be hap- 
py »o see his old friends, and all others who may 
favor him with their patronage. The house i-* 
only two blocks from the steamboat landing and 
railroad depot. Baggage '■•iH be carried from and 
to the boats /Vce of charge. Table supplied with 
the best the market affords. Good stabling at- 
tached to the premises. 

St. Paul, April 9,186.3. aplMy 



F. 



C. LIGHTE & CO., 



(Late Llghte k Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

4,91 Brooaae-St., Mew York, 

SECOND BLOCK EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LIGHTE, the original founder of this 
well-known EsUblishment, Seni/yr Partner, and 
onlif Practical Piano-Forte Maker of the late 
firm of " Lighte & Bradburys," havlug retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in the whole business 
stock, materials, fcc, and Sole Proprietorship in 
his Valuabk Patent*, inclusive of his celebrated 
PATENT IXSL'LATEU IRON FRAME.S, is the 
onlv one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANO- 
FORTES for which this house has been so popu- 
lar. 49* All infringements on his rights will be 
prosecuted according to law. 

t^ All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect In every respect for five years. 

LiBKUAL TKRMS to DKALKKS. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 



Our Omnlbusses will run to and from the prin 
oipal Hotels and Boats in oonnection with the 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for in 
an wer to orders left at the American, Intema- 
tion <1 and Merchants, or at oar office. 

jy3 J. C. BURBANK k CO. 

obTcco, 

SNHFF, &C 

Wholesale and ReUil Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars. 
&c. Fine Imported Cigars, Snoking and Chew- 
ing Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any 
in the city. Sweet Briar Root llpes, a large as- 
sortment. F. W. TIH-HELT, 
Third-st., near Edgerton's Bank, 
my6-ly ^t, Paul. 



CIGARS, PIPES, 

KF, &C. 

W. XTJCHELX, 



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ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 



In Hennepin, Ramsey, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Counties. Also Lots in St Paul, Minneapo- 
lis, and .St. Anthony; all ot which I will sell at 
Loa' Prices and on'favorable terms of payment. 

Enquire of , , 

P. P. WINTERMUTE, 
je21 at office of Horn, Lund k Galusha. 

1863. SEEDS. 1863. 



BROWN'S 



NEAV STOHE, 
113 Third Street, 

One block above the Merchant's Hotd. 
jes-y 

PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 

t:SE THE 

r>AJNX>ELIO]V 

AND 

Wild Clier-ry :Bitters. 

InPint Bottles, price 50c ; In Quart Bottles, 75c. 

These Bitters are composed of the best Roots. 

Barks aofl Herbs known, and peculiarly adapted 

to the immediate cure of all diseases produced by 

an inactive liver. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitt«r8 

CURE SICK HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 
CUKE JAL'NIUCE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE INDIGESTION. 
DandeHon and Wild Clierrv Bitters 

CURE COSTIVEXFSS. 
Dand^on and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CUKE HEART BURN. 
Dandelion aad Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE WEAKNESS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE LOST APPETITE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 
CURE AGUE, 
In its worst forms. Thev perform these cures 
simply, by one office, regufatin^ the liv<r. 
For sale by dealers in Medicines, everywhere, 
S. HLXIINGTUX, Proprietor, 
Fancersburg, Clayton County, Iowa. 
For sale by E. H. Biggs, H. W. Robinson, Paul 
Reiger, St. Paul ; S N . VVickersham, Charles Ben- 
son, L. Weinand k Co., aud S. Ed ■ ards. Whole- 
sale Agent, Winona ; Charles Uawley, Chattield : 
D. B Stout, Preston; S. V. Uvde, Fillmore; 
diaries Morrill, Marion: Capt. Mills and J. D. 
Bvnce, Pleasant Grove; S. B. RobiuKon, General 
M'holesale Agent, address Chattield, Min. 

Also — Huntington'.^ Writing Fluid; Howe k 
Stevens' Family Dve Colors ; ^ an Dusen's Worm 
Confections; \ an Dusen's Magical Blueing: Al- 
den's Coudilion Powders; Talman k Collins' 
Concentrated Extract ot Lemon ; Talman k Col- 
lins' Leather lYe8er\ative : Dutchers Dead Shot 
for Bed Bugs; Sleeper's Lightning Fly Killer. 
DAY dk XEXKS. St. Paul, 
my2r-ly WhoWsal e and Retail Agents. 

AGRICULTURAL laiPLEMENTS. 

SCYTHES, SN4THS, FORKS, HOES, CUL- 
TIVATORS AND PLOWS. 

CORN PIX)WS on hand and for sale at the 
owest market rates. 
je5-tf NICOLS, DEAN k 00. 




POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 



£Iai*tlien 



^eeds ! Seeds I 

GARDEN, GRASS AND FLOWER SEEDS 1 



REMINGTON & SONS, 

Manufacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

For the U. S. Government. 
We also manufacture a variety of 

POCKKT MSXOLS, 

or npprovfd patterns, for both Ordinary and Fix- 
ed Ammunition, together with Rifle and Shot- 
(iun Barrels, (inn Locks, Mountings, and Gun 
.Matorials <ienerally. 

«9- Price lists and (Mrculars furnished on ap- 
plication. Address 

E. RB.ni^eToiv * sows, 

Illon, N. \m 



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421 Broome-St., New York. 



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lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



Indemnity can be had. 

steps are being taken by the Government te a*- 
certain who have suffered loss In property, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have all the necessaryforms,and 
are possessed of superior advantages for having 
these claims allowed and settled In the shortest 
possible time, and will give special attention to 
such as are placed in their hands. 

SMITH k OILMAN, Attorneys' 

St. Paul, Sept. 24. 18«2. 



DAY & JENKS, 

ORTJG-GISTS, ST. -PAJJl^, 

DEALERS IN 

GRASS SEEDS— Timoihy, Clover, Red Top, 
Hungarian, Blue Grass, Orchard and Lawn 
Grass. 

GARDEN SEEDS— By the pound, box or paper, 
in great variety. 

FIX)WER SEEDS— The largest and l)est assort- 
ment in the SUtc— sent by mail free of posUge 
at five cents per paper. 

Ruta Baga and Turnip Seed wholesale and retail. 
m ar28dlw&w3m 

-inyiLLIAM D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
RRFFERENCES : 

Hon. George Opdyke, New York CVj 

John G. TreadweU, Albany, New York 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,....Albany, New York 

Hon. R. A. Law, Chicago, Ills 

Geo. S. Blanchard, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chase, McKlnney and Moors Bostoa 

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QEO 

In MaHets Castle, comer Jackson and Fourth 
street, 

DEALER IM 

GROCERIES, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps constantly on baud the choicest Brans of 
Flour, Nice I.#af I.Ard, Lamb's Sugar Cured 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Com, Cora Meal, Oats 
and Bran. 

He has made arrangement" to receive, two or 
three times a week, from the country, the choic- 
est Roll Butter. ^ . ., . , 

Goods delivered to all parts of the dty^ftve of 
charge. " 



mar29. 



DEEDS 



p. M. 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 

nave now on hand the latest anft best form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, and In conformity 
with all their requisitions, and la prepared vf ;<m 
Slate authorities . . , 

Priro (M> opnts v^r <1«it»n. «r •» !»•' hnn«lr»rt, 

Dr. T. D. SIMONTON, 

nENTIST. 

Ingersoll's Block. Bridge Square, St. Paul. 
4^- Teeth inserted in the best style on (iold. 
Silver and VulcanltB. Je» 



And for sale low, by 
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NICOLS, DEAN k CO. 



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B Y E U S 



MASirrACTlTRKB AMD DBALKB » 
COPPER, SHEET IRON AND TIN WARE 

OPPOSITE THK ni« CLOCK, 

JACKSON STREET. ST. PAUL, MlaaMOta. 
B0Tl4-<l*Wly 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 
OF RAMSEY— District Court, for Second 
Judicial District.— ss. 

( U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orig- ) 
I inal Process, 50 cents. S 
Ira BIdwell, Plaintiff, against Joseph Daniels, 
l>«Witt C. Taylor, and Henry L. Moss, De- 
fendants. — Summons. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the ahm-e named D^endants • 

You and each of you are hereby summoned and 
required to answer the complaint In this action 
wliicli compUint is on tile in the office of the 
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy of vour 
answer to the said complaint on the 8ubscrllK>r, 
at his office In Saint Paul, Minnesota, within 
twenty itays after the service of this summons 
upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, 
and If you fall to answer the complaint within 
the time aforesaid the I'lalntiff in this action will 
take Judgment against you for the 



irv C. GREENLEAF'S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 




Thinl StP«»ef.i^«iCf»aHa^ Sain* Paal. 

The ladles and gentlemen of this cltv and vicin- 
ity, are invited to call and examine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OK SEW STYLES OP JEWELRY, 

Grold and Silver TTatcHes, 

CLOCKS, 8ILVKR WARE, PLATED WARE, 

DIAMOND GOODS, SILVER TEA SETS, 

Castors, Cake Baskets, Gold Chains, Rlngt 
Thimtfles, and everything else peruining to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

My goods were purchased exclusively for cash 
from Uie largest wholesale houses in the Union, 
and are for sale at the 

TjOWEST p»rices. 

All goods warraned precisely as represented. 
Cash i>ald for old (.lold and Silver. A fhll supply of 
WATCH MATERIALS always on hand. 

Agent for Seth Thomas' Clocks, also agent for 
the celebrated 

TVatcUos. 



DEALERS n 

Oliina, Grlaiss Sc 
Ware, 

WITH AH ESDI-ESS VARIETT OP 

Housekeeping Articles. 

H is the design of this Houae to supply HOUSE 
KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. 115 Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND ROBERT-STS., MIN. 

Je5-dkw 

ca.thcaZrt & oo. 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 

Third Str^e*^ St. I»aal, 

Are in receipt of their 

Spring Slock of Dry Goods 

We have a large and beautiful assortment of 

ORESS GKX)r)S. 

Which we would invite the Tidies special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invite Merchant Tailors to call an 
examine our stock of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

Which Is very large and desirable ; we are selling 
low. To Merchants from the Country, we pro- 
pose to job <;oodsat Chicagoor M Iwaukee prices 
—freight added. Call and examine before buviug. 
marl-dJkwly CATHCART k OO. 

BROAD ACRESI 

*eO ACRES of land from 3 to 12 miles ot 
ST. PAUL, will be sold in tracU of 40 acre*. 80, 
120, 160 and 240. The soil is a ridi loan, with 
woorf and water. Terms part cash, and the bal- 
ance, if desired, on long time. 

HENBT McKENTY, 

I>ea]er In Real Estate. 
St. Paul, June 6, 1883.— dkwftm. 



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LEWIS 



TO O B E 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. I»aul, IMiimesota, 

Ogtceon Third-st., Roger's Block.neartht Bridge^ 
ALSO Branch AGKKT OP 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by H»r\ey. 
Collins & Brace. ^ . ^ * ^ 

Ci.MVs presented and prosecuted before Con- 
gress, C«urt of Claims and the DepartmenU at 
Washington City . Special attention paid to secu- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, kc. 

jgr* Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the oflloe, without charge. 

tA-o tvrfcwiy 



A-merican 



Particular attention paid to repairing evepr 
4e*criptlon of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry In 
the best possible maun 'r. We manufacture all 
kinds of 

HAITt WOTOC 



....v: »■.. — - — ,-- --- - sum Of two 

thousVufand'slxfydoiiafs'. with Interest thereon 
" IHS7, at the rat« 



Or anv other pattern of Jewelry, kc., in our line. 
An work will be done promptly in a workman- 
like manner an'l setter thaji awt othkr k»- 

TABLISHMRNT IK THia KircTIUN OP THE C'M'K- 

TRT. All ord' rs bv letter or otherwise will re- 
ceive prompt attention. 
All kinds of new wheels and new parts of the 



from the 10th dav of September, IHS7. at the rat« AU kinds or new wneeis ana new i»r... ».. .. - 
o7" ven per ce^I. peri?nilum, besides oosU and watch manuflwiured for the trade at a reasonable 
H..h..r.P.„ent^. **^"?in Greeuleaf s Block, oppoalte Concert 

I "S&tff" "*• ^"'^ """%. C. OREENLEAF. 



disbursements. 
Dated Saint Paul. Miqn., Jane 10th, 1663. 

GEO. L. OTIS, Plaintiff's Attorney, 
jal4-«« Of tiAiat Paul, Mlna. 



SPRING TRADE. TO THE MER- 
CHANTS OF THE NORTH-WEST. 
We respectfully invite you to examine our uii*- 

qualled Miscellaneous sto^ of 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, YAN- 
KEE Nl>TIOXS. WOOLEN GOObs, 
HOSIERY, CKOrKERY, CHINA, 
GLASS. CUTLERY, PLATHD 
■ GOODS, ETC.. ETC. 
No honsf in the country offers better Induc^ 
ments In goods and price*. We have every facll 
Ity and ai^ prepared io scU the Best CJaah Trade 
at a profit below Eastern tlfurea. 

Kr'S|>eclal att.'ntlon paid to all OPders aooam* 
nied with money or references. 
SOlt'BM ] 
MsHp«rt»rs aaaai JTa 
Nos. 72, 74 and 7« Lake St.. Chioaco. 
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KEAT BARGAINS. 



The best bargain one can make In anTthlng U 
to purchase * First aass art'de at a low rata. 
This is the sort of bargains 



giving his customersevery day, at his Oroowy 
tore, on Jaokion-str««t. 



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THE CITY. 



Mbktinu of thk Otn MbmukU!* of 
THE Minnesota Fiust.— The mectius' of ilu- 
uld members of the Mlniui-ota First was hcUl 
at Dr. Stew.irt's o.llof in this city hist cvtiunj;. 
The f^llcrtiui; arc the n.imes of the members 
proBont ; 

Ocn. Willis A. nomjan. 

C'l. Suphcu Millor. 

SijrK oil J- H titv wart. 

! : iir. sanmol T. liHtciut. 

Lieut. Kichiird L. Onman. 

Viu'- M. \. Hoyl. 

Ser^-emit Major !• ilwnrd S. \\\>^i. 

Wagiiu Mu.-ter Anson Nor:hnip. 

.'ainos A. Murpli.v. rontpaiiy C. 

John Mi-C'onk. y, ('oiiii>any C. 

Daviil liitU', Cumpany C. 

John T. Morrison. Couipany \. 

Andrew McCjiiislnnd, Oompany C. 

David Twigics, Ci>ini>;iny H. 

Ed^aid I.h>vd, t"onipan% ('. 

Peter Hottnian, nrumtnor. 

H. A. Hubbard, Company H. 

Wilham Buvkman. l'oini)rtny il. 

William K. JohnM>n, C'onip.Huy h. 

C. J. Shcrl>nH)Ue. I'onipany K. 

(Jt't-rge \V. Fatten, Company D. 

W. .\. McAlii>tor. Company D. 

O. .S. Kin»;. Company D. 

J. S. Twiehcll. Comittiny C. 

James Chamberlain, Company 1., Mimi)- 
shootcrs. , ,, , . 

J. B. Chancv, Company 1., .^harp.-«h<K>leM. 

Coii>oral 11." 1.. (iordon, Comp.iny V. 

SerjK'eam Mahias m .ilVs, Company .\. 

Sergeant U. l . 15evaiis. Company F. 

Ibe mectiui,' w.isealled to order at hall-past 
sfvcn. by Col. -Miller. Uen. W. A. liorman 
va.s elected Chairman, and II. L. Gordon ami 
Edward S. Fast. Secretaries. (Jen. Gorman 
then addres.scd the mcetin,::.>tat:njr its objects, 
JLc, pay.n^ the Lighest compliment to the 
old First. On musion, he appointed Colonel 
Miller, Col. Morgan, Li. Ka-net, Mr. Sher- 
brooke and O. S. Kinir a committee on Ke-so- 
lut:ons. The comnii tee retired and soon re- 
ported the following' resolutions, whieh were 
unauimously adopted : 

lifiolv il, Tliat we have hoard wit^ profound 
sorrow of tli? niournfal li-it of killed anti wound- 
od at the battle of «ie;ty»bu:j{, of our liite com- 
panion* lu iiriif* of til.' iiobh- oM Kii>t Kej:liuent. 
riu'v have jjivi-ii th^ir \w'* to their eouinry, but 
theii- memory ^hall ever live in oar heart.s. 

/{^soil-fit, Tl;:»t wo tfiiclfr our cordi.Xj^ injiatliy 
to tho wounded, an"l tru.1t that the tnW ot bat 
tUM will *ooii restore them to healtli ami u^ala to 
ili«j bosom ot their frieul.i in their faroU Western 
h-me; anil we d.-nd them t!ie universal pravi-r of 
all oval men of th>< Sta-e, -(JoU Mess and sa»e 
th" otfloer* ami men of the Fir.^t Minnciota." 

J/i-olvel, Tliai in the jadement of this meellnu 
It indue to the fellow luroen of th»« FlKsT Mis- 
m;m>Ta Uej;iment that a monument be creoi- •! 
to their niemorv. in tli»' eiiy of >'- I'aul or vicln- 
Itv, and that a eommitte.- of time be uppi«inled 
bv the c!ialr to confer with llic JIayor and couii- 
cil ol tuli city, aud all otiiers who may lav i *aid 
ohlPCf. 

liejolced. That for th<' pnrpoii^ of ])roniotinK 
tliH .-aid outerpri.se, a public mi-eiiDX l«e held at 
St. I'aul on ne.Kt Friday eveuiuK, and that i>r. 
Stewart ami i.i- utenanm Kajjnet and (iorman, be 
aeomniittee to rarry tho proviaiousof this re»o- 
lution iuto Biifor. 

Rriolrtd, f hat wc codialb- appreciate the hon- 
or conferred upon the ^t*l«^ bv the oih-^r .Mhou-. 
"ora Kijcim.-nts, and th.ii It will utford u-t preiii 
gratitkitU >n to aid in h.indinK down tie- name* 
of their 1 raented dead, graven in marble. 

The followins gentlemen were .ippointed as 
the committee dcsi,:?natcd in the third resolu- 
tion : Cl-1. Steplwn Miller, Col. G. X. Morgan 
and Lient. S. T. Racnet. 

Gen. Gorman then requested Mr. II. L. Gor- 
don to read a poem addres.sod to the First 
Minnesota, which he did. By vote a copy of 
the poem wa.s requested for publication with 
the resolntions. 

The following is the poem : 

TO JHK KIKST MINNKSOT.V. 

Hail, Minnc.-ota First! 
Dauntless! Victorious! 
The thunders of l)attlc burst 
Over the glorious. 
Firm as the ocean rock. 
Met ye the foeman ; 
Breaking the battle-shock 
Like Spartan or Koman. 

On cvLn- battle- plain 

By the famed river, 

Wc count our noble slain ! 

Slain to deliver 

Our land from the tyrant heel 

Now and fore>'«'. 

Then, shall we cringe and kneel ? 

Never! nay, Xerer! 

Brothers, whose bloody brcntta 
Comes with a rattle ; 
Brothers, who died the death 
Of heroes in battle : 
We give you praise and tears, 
Dauntless and f?I orious ! 
We pive you si^hs and cheers 
For dying victoriou.s ! 

Wo have fou.r^ht by your side, 
Shoulder to shoulder, 
Where the fierce battle-tide 
Came holder and lx)lder. 
We know the part ye Ixjre 
Fighting and dying, 
Where every helping corp.s 
Was routed aud flying ! 

Sad are cur hearts to-night 
For our dear Brothers ; 
Sadder the bursting he;irts 
Of widows and mothers ! 
Weep not, ye stricken ones ; 
Their death is all glorious; 
Brothers and noble sons, 
Di/ing victorious ! 

The Mixnksot.v Rivf.k Tua^k. — 

Early in the season we once or twice adverted 
to the growing importance of the Minnesota 
river trade, and predicted that the present 
season would show a large increase in the 
amount of business done over any preceding 
one. 

The present season did, indeed, open fair, 
hut was of unusual short duration. There 
was a fair stage of water for only about five 
weeks, and Iwats were able to run above the 
rapids during only about ti.\ or seven weeks. 

But even in this short time the amount of 
produce shipped from the Minnesota river 
ports shows a large increase over any previous 
year. We give below a statement of the 
amounts, ending June 3). The ligures are 
correct, having been drawn from the books of 
the stcamlw.its plying on that river : 

EXPOATb yUOM TUL MIXNKSOTA UIVEIL THIS 
SEASON, VP TO JVNE 30TH. 

Wheat, bushels, - - 177,722 
Barley, do - - - G,.592 

Oats, do - - • - 3,S.>3 

Potatoes, do • • - \hfim 
Rye, do - - - - 693 

Com, do - - - - 4,302 1-2 
Beans, do ... 102 

Peas, do - - - - 6 1-2 

Pork, bbls., - - - - 569 1-2 
Flour, do - . - - 1081 
Com Meal, bbls., - • - 23 
Lime, do - - - - 8 

lard, do ... 119 

Cows, 22 

Calvcs, . - - . . 4) 

Coops of Poultry, • - - 37 
Butter, firk.ns, - - - 192 
Eggs, doz., - - - - 11,900 
Swarms of Bees, - - - !8 
Casks of Beeswax, - - I 

Rags, sacks, .... 378 
Ginseng, do - - - 78 

Furs, bundles, - - - - 39 
Hides, do . - - - 2912 
Poarlash, casks, - - - 62 
Shrubbery, lots, - - - 7 

Tobacco, box, - - - - 1 
Oak and Walnnt Lumber, feet, 3000 
This is a statement of which wc need not be 
ashamed, as it shows, even under the disad- 
vantageous circumstances of low water, &c., 
a fair increase over the exports of last season, 

when the high water lasted quite three times 
«8 long as it did this year, 
paring the entire season of 1862, onlj 125,- 



000 bushel)" of wheat ncrc rteportctT IVom the j 
Minnesota Valley by ftcninl»oat». Should wc I 
liave a fall rise yet th»<' season, the exports of ; 
wheat will more than double those of 1862, as 
it Is estimated that thor'are yet al)Out l.»0,000 
Imshels of wheat in the Minnesota Valley of 
last year's harvest to sh'p. What amount the 
growing harvest will aild to it wc cannot tell. 
Hut the facts already presented are BUthcient 
to show the growing impt>rUnce of the Min- 
nesota Uiver Trade. It is only three yetu-s 
since tho first shipment of grain was made 
tYom that river. 

Fi.siiY. — We h'.trn that a m»n rrlatoj 

that lie took tVom the river on Monday last a 
cat-lish weighing 12") pounds. What a "whop- 
jHjr."— //<»*?•'«</« Independent. 
It must have got aground on at>ar. 

TiiK Supreme Court was not in session 

yesterday. It will meet to-morrow morning 

at ten o'ehx'k. 

^_ m » » 

TiiK Stat»< Troasiirer l«8 paid out 
$-S0,000 uf the 1^200,000 scented by Senator 
Ramsey to pay the Sioux claims. 

Kkv. Du. Ckary will preach in tho 
Jackson Street M. K. Church, at the usual 
hour this morning. 



G^ETrr^'i5^i3ijJRio- 



l?he Great Battlel of Tues* 
day. 



TIIK MOST TKRIifliLK STRUOOLE 
OF THK WAR. 



Tns.iiKiwnorai a»tkk.leuy 



RErEATKI) CIIAIKJKS OK TIIK 
llEUEL COLL.MNS. 



K^ory ItkitrMre Urpulacd wllb 'IVril 
l*l«> HlMag^li(«*r. 



carried offoueofits two pillaM. Soon 
a spherical case burst opposite the open 
door — another ripprd throii;;h the lower 
garret. The reuiaining pillar went al- 
most immetliately to the howl ol a lixed 
shot that Whitworth nmst have made. 
During this fire the houses at twenty and 
thirty Rn^t distant, wen; receiving tb«!ir 
deatlj. an I so diers in Federal blue won- 
torn to pieces in the road and died with 



Cul. Ward, o( the lOtli Massachusetts, 
was killed. 

URnUL LOSSIUJ. 



Rebel ofilcers with whom I have coh- \ operations of the company to objects not | 
versed frankly admit that the result ^f : heretofore eonterapjated, and a_8 members 



The parties who are prepared to take I M O K K T A R, Y . 

the stock at the above price have, it is un* | coiK AND EXCUANciE QUOTATIOKB OF 
derstood. in view the extension of the j rphoHipSOn Bro'*., 

ST. Paul, July 'J 18M. 



,, 1 . . \ 1 , ^ ,• ! of the committee of the eoiupany we, fi%\ Bavltmnml licensed Dealer tin Land War rmt*, 

the las two ,)ays has been most 'I'f^^- ^Vll as a large number of Ihe principal ! Itcvolutionnry and Adult Half lir.ed scrrp. re 
trous to Ihe.r cause, which depende. . ^^^ 'J^^^^JJ J,^,e already assented to a bxcha^ck rates. 

they say, upon the success of Lee s at- , p«"i"'cio«". "» / i» „ 

tenlpt totninsfer the s.-at of war from | "l^P^^""^ '*'««•'. ^P°^^'^:^?r.''^!'>^^^^^^^^^^^ 
Virginia to the Northern Border S 



States 1 ^^'^ ''^^'^ considered it right to stipulate 

the pecilliar yells that blend the extort.-d A wounded rebel Colonel told me that^ j tnat eyerjr proprietor shall have tht op- 

- ■ • ■ ^r . . j^^^ ^^^^ I ,jjj^ Qj- disposing of his stock at the same 



Pkr.«^onai.. — We were pleased to see 
our old friend fieo- Thomas May, bust evening. 
He is home on a short furlough. Mr. May 
and Capt. Banning are now stationed at Pilot 
Knob, Mo. 

1.0<*AL XOTICK*. 



Ciii'KCH NoTUK. — The Kev. B. V- 

Crary will preaih at the Jackstou Street M. K. 
Cliureh this morning and evening. In the 
urtenioon at 2 o'clock, prizes will be distribu- 
ted to the Band of Honor of the Sabbath 
School. 



—»~ 



Edhy, on Fort street, has 4,<X)() pounds 

of j!0)d Butter. An oppurtuulty U now offered 
to those who desire a fre»h supply. 

lIoi'K No. 1. — Regular monthly meet- 
ing on Tucsd.iy night, the I tth Inst. Business 
of vital importance. 

UOBKRT A. KEMP, .^ec. 

Xkw Books i»v Kximik-ss.— Castles 
Heir, by yiT'. Wood, prlc« #1. U. S. Army Ueg- 
ir*ter for !**•>!, price "c. (leorxlan l'i»ntaiion, 
price *1.50. Poterson and Bftllou'.'f Montlilies for 
August. Keceived and for sale at Merrll!'<». 

Just published by Harper & Brothers, 
Journal of a Residence on a Geor/jian Plantation, 
by Frances Anno Kemble. The Preface of the 
Book reads thus : " 1 he following di*ry was kept 
In the Winter and Spring of t8i>.s-9, on an ejlate 
eonsUtiux of riet- an.l cotton planUtlons, on the 
Islands at the entmnco of the Altamaliu, on the 
CO i.n of (ieorjjla. Tli" »lft»ei In whom I take an 
nnfortuoate Interest, wore »old somrt years ago. 
Ihe Islands thtfin.'.elves are at present In the 
power of the Xorthern troops. The record con- 
tained In the following pages U a pictur* of con- 
ditions of human cxisteuce which I hope and bi'- 
liv-ve have passed away." W« anticipate for thU 
iKiok a very oxten.sivf sale. Kecoived and for 
sale at Merrill's. 



ery ol pain with horror and despair. Not 
an orderly — not an umbulanee — not a 
straggler was to be seen upon the plain 
swept by this tempest ol' orcheatral death 
thirty 'minutes after it eommeueed. 
Wijre not one hundred aud twenty 
pieces of artillery trying to cut from 
the field every battery we had in position 
to resist their purposed inliintry attack, 
and to sweep away the slight defenses 
iH-'hind which our infantry were waiting? 
Forty minutes — fifty minutes — countetl on 



(). Ccisris, General Insuranre Aijent 

DJlice iu Thompson'* Block, Third street. 

L. II. Chute, Agent for Jitna Insuranrv Com- 
jiany, St. Anthony. 

June -'Ith, !«»«. *>/ 



Steamboat and River News. 



«:tf-The Ariel i* now making two trips per 
week above, and the came to \a Crofse. 

JE9- The Stella Whipple and Albany are both 
on tho stocks at La Crosse, and will be out in a 
few days as good as new. The Albany has I)een 
l-'ngthcuctl. and will be of lighter draught when 
<he appears. It is rcjjorted that the Albany and 
Stella are to be uoed In connection with the 
Chippewa Falls to form a dally line from here to 
the head of tho Lak«. 

«S- fhe Franz .Slgel, that largo and elegant 
«»eam«"r, is now in the I'rescott and St. I'aul 
Trade. Sh« arrived yesterday with a barge of 
freight, and left again In the evening for Prcs- 
cott. In command of Comnimloro McLagan, Capt. 
Jack Keany having been taken 111 and remained 
over this trip. 

t3- The Cutter will be used for barging rail- 
road Iron up, as soon as she can be got around. 

4}^- The Dubuque roHe* gives some informa- 
tion concerning the river below : 

Navijration to St. Paul was never so dlf8- 
cult as it now. The river has never before been 
known to be at so low a stage since steamboats 
began to run upon it. Saud bars make their «p- 
jK-arance in many a place where It has hitherto 
been consblered '-good water." Boats from thi^ 
port n.uke their way with much difficulty to Alms, 
Wisconsin, flftv mil-s below the lake where 
^mnll, stern wheelers take passenger* and 
freight and carry them over Beef slough bar, 
where they are re-shipped on the Northern 
l.iglit, and taken to I'rescott. at which point an- 
other change to a small boat takes place, and St. 
Paul is reached after hours more of tedious grop- 
ing over bars uud other shallow places. 

» » ♦ ■-♦ 

Arrivals at the Hotels. 



Satubdat, July 11. 
XTVTERX ATIO 91 A ■<. 

1) N Spragiie and wife, Iowa; John Tyrrell, 
Chicago: C A Morgan, St Paul; II B Hancock, 
.Minneapolis; A HosnnT, Keokuk, Iowa; B H 
KlUbourno and wife, Knck Island ; Nathan Steph- 
ens, wife and daughter, New York ; II L Dous- 
man, Prairie dn c1ii»'n. 

MERCIIAMTN. 

R J Tonsley, Mllwankee ; C Baderlck, Chicago ; 
J .M Kerlineer. Fort lUdgely; II T KIdtll; J W 
Mitchell, Henderson; K W Sims, Anoka; Wm 
Sims, Canton, New York; H C Frldley, St An- 
thony ; A (i Murke. do; C C Coggswell and wife, 
Fo t .Snelling; Vetal Clarke, St I a 1: E A .Shook 



Corresjjondence of the \. Y. TimeM. 

IlKAlKirARTHltS .\l(MY OK PoTOMAC, I 

July 1, ISiia. s 

A TOLTllINt; K.\OUI>il'.M. 

Who can write the history of a battle 
-whose eyes are iminovab.y (astenrd upon 
a central figure ol transccndingly abst)rb- 
ing interest — the dead body of an oldest 
biirn, crushed by a shell in a position 
where a battery should never have hv w 
sent, and abandoned to death in a buihi- 
ing where surgeons dare ii<»t stay? 

«Mi: HOUSKSIIOK I'O.SITION. 

The battle of Oettysbtirgh • I am told 
that it conimeiieed on the 1st or July, a 
mile north of the town, between two weak 
brigades ol infantry and some doonie<l 
artillery and the whole Ibree of the rebel 
army. Among other costs of this error 
w^as the death of ReyncMs. Its value 
was priceless, however, though priceless 
was the young aud tin* olil i)lo(id with 
which it was bought. The error put us 
on tije defensive, an<l gave us the tlioice 
of position. From the luomeiit that our 
artillery and infantry rolled back through 
the main street of (Jettysburgli and roll- 
ed out ol the town to the circle of emi- 
nences south of it, we were not to attack 
but to be att.ick«<l. Tiie risks, the dilli- 
eulties and tho disadvantages of the com- 
ing batl 1 were the eneniy*.^. Ours were 
the heights lor artillery ; ours the short, 
inside lines for niancHyeriiig and reinloic- 
ing ; ours the <'uver of .stone walls, 
fences and the crests of hills. The 
ground upon which we were driven to ac- 
cept battle wa.- womh-rfuliy favorable lor 
us. A popular descri;>tion of it would 
be to s.\y that it was in lonn an elongated 
aud somewhat ^harpelled horseshoe, >\ ith 
the toe to (Jettysburg and the heel to the 
south. 

TKRKIl IC BATTbK OX TIIK LEFT. 

Lee's plan ef battle was simple, lie 
nias.sed his troops upon the east side ol 
this shoe ot position, and thunderetl on it 
obstinately to i)reak it. The shelling ol 
our batteritis from the nearest overlook- 
ing hill, and the unllinching courage and 
complete discipline of the army ot the 
I'otomac repelled the attack. It w.ts re- 
newed at the point of the shoe — renewed 
desperately at the southwest heel — re- 
newed on the western side with an eU'ort 
consecrated to success by Kwell's earn<.'st 
oath's, and on which the fate of the in- 
vasion of I'enn.sylvania was fully put at 
stake. Only a perfect infantry and an 
artillery educated in the iniilst ol 
charges of hostile brigades could 
possibly have sustained this assault. li.-in- 
cock's corps did sustain it, and has cov- 
ered itself with immortal honors by its 
constancy and i.our.ige. The total 
wreck of Cushing's battery — the list of its 
killed and wounded ; the lo.sses of oflicers, 
mCM and horses C'owen sustained — and 
the marvelK)us outspri'ad upon the board 
of death of dead soldiers aud dead ani- 
mals — of dead soldiers in blue, and de&d 
soldiers in gray — more marvellous to ine 
than anything I have ever seen in war — 
are a ghastly and .''hocking testimony to 
the tCi rible tight of the Second corps that 
none will jjainsay. That cor] s will ever 
have the distinction of breaking the j)ride 
and power of the rebel invasion. 

TIIK rUKPABATIOXS. 

For such details as I have the heart for ! 
The battle commenced at daylight, on the 
side of the horse-shoe position, exactly 
opposite to that which Kwell had sworn 
to crush through. Musketry preceded 
the rising of the sun. A thick wood 
veiled this fight, but out of its leafy dark- 
ness arose the smoke and the surging and 
swelling of the fire, from iiitt.'rmittent to 
continuous, and crushing, told of the wise 
tactics of the rebels of attackii'g in foice 
and changing their troops, beeiningly 
the attack of the day was to be made 
through that wood. The demonstration 
was protracted — it was absolutely pre- 
parative ; but there was no artillery lire 
accompanying the musketry, and shrewd 
oflicers in our western front mentioned, 
with the gravity due to the fact, that the 
rebels had felled trees at intervals upon 
the edge of the wood they occupied in 
face of our position. These were breast- 
works for the protection of artillerynn-n. 

Suddenly, and about 10 in thu forenoon, 
the firing on the east side, and everywhere 
about our lines, ceased. A silence as of 
deep sleep fell upon the field of battle. 
Our army cooked, ate and plumbered. 
The rebel army moved liO guns to the 
west, and massed theni Longstreet's 



watches that ran"! Oli so languidly. 
Shells through the two lower rooms. A 
shell into the chimney that daringly did 
not explode. Shells in the yard. The 
air thicker and fuller and more deafening 
with llie howling and whirring of these 
inf«rnal missies. The chief of staff— 
Seth Williams — loved and respected 
through the army, separated Irom instant 
death by two inches of space vertically 
measured. An aide bored with a frag- 
ment of iron through the bone of the 
arm. Another, cut with an unexploded 
piece. And the time ii)easurcd on the 
sluggish watches was one hour and forty 
minutes. 

TIIK UKUUL ClIARGK UKriM.SKI*. 

Then there was a lull, and we knew 
that the rebel infantry w,hs charging. And 
^plendIdIy they did this work — the high- 
est and severest test ol the stiilf that 
soldiers are made of. Hill's division, in 
line of battle, came first on the double- 
(piick. Their muskets at the "right- 
].,ong8treet's came as the 



1 price, and we have therefore to re<iuebt 
isand. Yesterday they were gi-eater i '»«' .VO« w'l» ;"'"™> "«• ^n or before the , ^^^^, 

III one part of' the field, in a space '-^^^'l «•'«*•. whether you are dispo.sed to . y^^^^^ cmlflcates via Liverpool «nd Hsin 



in the first and second days' figli 

rebel losses were between ten aii«l eleven 

tliousan 

still. Ill one part ot the held, in a space 

not more than twenty fleet in cireumfer- I »J^'» vour siock ai uie pr.c« wu ..a.u u....- 

ence. in front of Ceii. Gibbons' diyision. t.oned, and should you detennine to do 

1 counted seven dead rebels, three of 8°, you wdl be so good as to sign and 

whom were piled on top of each other, forward to us the aceomparjying letter, 

And close t.y, in a spot not more than ' "n-lf ^ver, to ' I homas l-raser. Lsq., 

fifteen feet sr.uare, lay f.lteeu "gray- Hudson's liay-house. London. 

bafks." stretched in death. These were 



Bxcn/ 

Jielliag for. Freuiium 

IiaDkabl«> Fttodf ^ pf^rct.prem 

American (iold 40 per ct. 

Orders for United 8tat.»« Land Warrtnts, SUte 
warrants, &c., promptly executed. 
State and United States Couponi- pfcid at our 



the adventurous sfdrits, who in the face of 
the horrible stream of canister, shell and 
musketry, scaled the fence wall in their 
attempt upon our batteries. Very large 
numbers of wounded were also strewn j 
around, not to mention more who had j 
crawled away or been taken aw.iy. i 

Th«; field in front of the stone wall was ', 
literally covered with dead and wounded, \ 
a large proportion of whom were rebels. 
Where our musketry and artillery took 
effect they lay in swaths, as if mown 
down by a scythe. This field presented 

a horrible sight— such as h.as never yet j i,:iv(i'lntroduced"to-dav an undertaking 
been witnes.sed during the v. ir. ^ot ^^ j^^ ^.gi|^.,j ^j^^ j:gyptian Commercial 
less than one thousand dead and wound- j ^^,,,1 Trading Company, of which they 
ed laid in a .-pare of Ie.tn than four acres ^^v^,^ ^^^ ^,5;,. gui.seription one-fourtli 



AVc are, Sir, vour very obedient servants, 
H. H. bKRK.Ns, Governor. 
KuwAUD Kllice, Deputy Governor. 

SULKIKK. 

R. W. Pellv. 
A. Matiiksov. 

EDKN COLVII.l.K. 
KlUKMAX D. HODCSOK. 

Oi:oH<ir, Ly.vll. 
KiciiAKu Bexyox. 

This same International Financial .As- 
sociation seems to be doing a large busi- 
ness in getting up companies. The limes 
says upon another day : 

The International Financial 



burg ; Drafts on England, Ireland anrt Scotland 
France, Germany aud Switzerland, Sweiiea and 
Xorway, for sale at our otfio*'. 



■^Vr S. McCLUliL 6c CO.. 

Produce Commission Merchants, 

I For the s-'le of Buttr-r, Cheese, Lard, Kggs. 
lieans, Peas, Dried Fruits. Flour an! rrovisious, 
I 2»«» Faltois fttr«ec. 



Op. Washington Market,, 
w. .s. M'ci.i;iiE. 



...NEVT YOUK. 

C. .M'CULHK. 



B. F. BALI--VRU. 



Society 



r: E F E n 1. y r e s 

i <;eo. W. White. Cash, Mechanic's B'k, Brooklyn 

I Hon. Horatio Ballard, .Sec. .state of New York. 

I Win. « :ripp>, Pre*. .^Un-^ard Ins. Co., .New York. 

1 A. H. Ballard, Ypsilaf.ti, Michiiran. 

I J. L. Keliv, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 

1 K. H. Huntinpton, Adam's IrU Co , N. Y. 

I J. H. Heed, ir«ica. New York. 

I Hon. H.-nrv J. Itaymoiifl, •' -Vew York Times." 

C. H Wheeler, bl- All^ans, Vermont. 

D. Ward, l^ucaster, (irant Co., Wiscont-ln. 
___J iyio ly 

OR STOLEN'.— 8110 <>» 



of the propo.sed capital of £l',0O(J,(X)0, 
the remaining three-fourths having been 
subscribed by lirms at Alexandria, as 
well as in London and on the continent. 



shoulder-shift." ..w..^. 
su])port, at the usual distam e. with war 
cries and a savage insolence as yet untu- 
tored by defeat. They rushed in perfect 
01 tier across the open licld up to the very 
mu/./.les of the guns, which tore lanes 
through theui as they came, liut they 
nu't men who were their ecjuals in 8[)irit, 
and th'ir superiors in tenacity. 'I'here 
never was better lighting smce Ther- 
inopyaUe than was done yesterday by our 
infantry and artillery. 

rhe rebels were over our defences. 
They had cleaned cannoniers and horses 
froin one of the guns, and were whirling 
it around to use upon us. The bayonet 
drove them back. iJul .so hard pressed 
was this brav; inf-tntry that at one time, 
from the exhaustion of their aminmuition, 
every battt ry upon the princijial crest of 
attack was silent, e.\cept Croweirs. His 
service of grape and canister was awful. 
It enabled our line, oulnuuibered two to 
one, first to beat back Longstreet, and 
then to cliar^je upon hiin, and take a great 
number of his men anil himself prisoners. 
Strange sight I So terrible was our mus- 
ketry and artillery fire, that when Arm- 
steads l)rigade was checked in its charge, 
and stood reeling, all of its men dropped 
their jnuslcets ami cr.iwled on their hands 
and kne«»s underneath the stream of shot 
till close to our troops, where they made 
signs of sun endering. * They passed 
through our ranks scarcely noticed, .ind 
slowly went down the slope to the r<>ad in 
tl»e rear. 

Ijeffjre tlu'y got there the grand charge 
of Kwell, solemnly sworn to and careful- 
ly prepared, had tailed. 

'Jhe rebels had retreated to their lines, 
and opened anew the storm of shell and 
shot from their 12U guns. Those who 
remained at the riddled headcjuartcrs will 
never forget the crouching, and dodging, 
and running, of the IJutternut-colored 
captives when they got under this, their 
friends', fire. It was appalling to as 
good soldiers even as they were. 

What remains to say of the fight? It 



STRAY.: I) 
Keward. 



in extent, and that, too, after numbers 
had crawled away to plaies of shelter. 

Tin: 15KBi:i- KKTKKAT. 

The enemy's infantry, .saving a small 
f.rce ol sharpshooters 'was wholly out of j The shares are to be of £20 each. 

sif^ht at daylight on Saturday morning. I'rince Ilalim Pasha, the uncle of the 
There was talk, on Friday nigli't, after the | Viceroy of Kgypt, is the President of the 
battle, of organizing a 'column of pur- 1 Company, and the oliject is to develop 
jjyjt^ the commerce of the interior, and espec- 

Beforc the fighting was over— before ially of the districts watered I y the Nile, 
sunset, considerably— the signal oflicers i by establishing trading posts, whither 
reported that an immense train of army | produce can be brought and exchanged. 
wai,'oiis WHS going out of (n'ttvsburg ! The enterprise is stated to be warmly 
northwest, on the road to Cashtown. I supported by the Viceroy, who to facili- 
Oh ! that they could have run against the j late it has undertaken to complete at his 
stone wall of the Harrisburgh army. \ own expense telegraphic communication 

ANOTUF.it ACC0CNT-CI.OSK Ol Tuic BAT- , between Alexandria .and the princ'Pal 

TLB Ipomts with which relations are to be , j., j, WHITCHER, P«ori:iETOi:. 

TIm. U^raM thus .lescribes the close of 1 "^''^"'''^ "P", '^"*^^'' ' management o | ^he above house having rc-x-ntlv Invn opened 
lh4; 7/^/«m tlius (tesciinesiiic '»Ose 01 j j.^j^gj.,^jj^^,^.j persons, and with the full : and thoroughly ren<.vateri and ref.,rnished. the 

countenance of the Goyernment, the con- ' I'ropHetor wotd.l rc-^ix-ctfiiily solicit a share uf 
teu,plated operations should be compar- I ^,}::i'^^^^Cl^!^,:^^^?'" ''"''••:1^;^** 
atively free from risk, and may serve to j :^:;r,-,7r,7rp~\~\::f^rr; 
stimulate greatly the 1 rogress of Lgypt j l^^AitiJll-.u \> A.N iJiiU. 



(iirayed or Stolen, from 3Iichae1 McT.raw. f>wn 
ol Davton, Hennepin Co., alx)ut 1 e )iiiddl« of 
Juni- fw^r, athr.'i* year old, t»ay horse oolt, black 
main and tail, and (laikish legs, and sur iu the 
forehead; was last i-een near Monticllo- Any 
one giving Information tl)at will lead to his re- 
covery, or will return l)ini to :he owner, will re- 
ceive tlie above reward. 

I )a yton..)ulyf.. intVi. jy»-d2w * 

lUTRS. JOHNSTON'S HOARDING 
HOUSE, 

O" Fourth .«treet, between Miuro>-o!a and ( ^ ■ 
dar. A few inorf" gentlemen can be acoimuiCMiu* 
■ teil witii pleasant and condo.-Uble ruom». 

je-j.'i •.' w _ 

; ^firrniTCHERS HOTEL. 

\ Fourth- St., bettceen Robert and Jack^icn. 
ST. PALL, MI.N.NL.SOTA. 



the b.ittle. 

TIIK ATT.VCK OX OITP. CF.XTRK. 

The centre was yet untried. Seizing a 
few moments for rest, they again muster- 
tered their forces and prepared to assail 
us in the centre. Here, though we have 
not fresh troops, we had those who had a 
days' rest. 

TIIK .»<F.ro-vi>conps 
Had assisted to some extent in the en- 
g.igenient on the left at the previous day. j 
but the first had been idle siuee the 
battle of Wednesday; and though great- j 
ly reiiiued in number, were fully rested i 
and anxious once more to show their 1 
prowi s ^. \\ l.c 1 the attai-k came these two j 
corps were fully prepared for it. and hav- 1 
ing au open field iu which to fight did noble I 



an<l our commercial relations with that 
country 



♦ » ♦ « ♦- 



work 



tircrptiarj- Kcftartl und Intlrprndence 

n»y. 

The following note was received by the 
city authorities of Boston from Secretary 
Seward, who, in common with tlie Presi- 
dent hu<\ the rest ot the Cabinet, received 
an invitaMon to be pr sent at the celebra- 
tion of the Fourth of .luly : 

D EP ARTM F.XT i) V Si V TE , > 

'W.s.sHixGTox, Monday, June 2y. S 
(;cxti.i;mex : — You are riffht." Continue the 
celebration of Indci)cndciice in Boston. Keej) 
the SiUTcd lire alive in Faneuil Hall. Thou;;h 



I want a responsible man and m ifo to take 
) charge of my tarni and sheep oa s''ai-es. S'X> 
I acres of land— '.NJ of it under piow. •.".O she^p or 
i more. Address, 
I jyr-tf il. W. P.AKUY, Dandas. 

; T3AVMENT OF SIOUX WAR 
VOUCHERS. 

! State Auditor's Warrants, drawn apjinst thf 
fund appropriated to pay tlie siiou.t War Vouch- 

I er< will l»:> paid by the State Treasurer, at hi: of- 
fice, b"t ween the hoar.- of'.' and 1-.' a. m and".:- 

! and 4 f. v.. CH AS. SCH KKFKK, 

I jyl tf .State Treasurer. 



y 



ACHTKnG on L.iKE COI^IO. 



these corps who will luUy narraU* their , 

deeds of heroism, and the noble mariner \ 

11: which they drove back their assailants, j 

TIIK ATTACK. 1 

was of shorter duration but of no less 1 
fierceness than that upon the right or left, j 
But the enemy was too much demoralized 
and too badly punished to enter into the 
engagement with much earnestness, aud 
were easily driven back. 

They marched up the hill and speedily 
marched down again, badly worsted by 
the encounter, leaving the field strewn 
all over with their dead and dying. 
Yet again they rallied, and ranging their 
three corps along our line, prepared for a 
final assault, as if determined to discov- 
er a weak point somewhc-e, and soon the 
sttuggled surlily on the middle of the j attack came. At every point they assail- 
horseshoe on the west, grew big and ed us and at every point met earnest men 



\ ou have <()rrespondents with , ^^ jriimmer and seem 10 p. out in Kichmon.l 



BelMIle; K H Uooe and laml*y, .'St Paul; Wm corps and Hill's corps, to hurl them upon 
Kelly, .St Louis : D D Merrll, City. j|,j, really weakest point of our entire 



AXBIIICAIV. 

John Sloan, .Si I'aul: Frank Thomas, Shakopee; 
H H White, Hasiliig!<: Capt T M NewNOn, 'amp 
I'ope; A H Harlwell, Minneapolis: (i H Cooper, 
Ogdenshnrp, .New Yo k; Knward D ilarater, .St 
< loud ; H C Farmer, Ashland county, X Y : J D 
Plummer, Faribault. 

It'HITC'HCIt'M HOTEI.. 

V B Itarhum, White Bear Lake;WH <;urn. 
soy and non. Aft«n; SS Fowler, Newport; W A 
Muller, do; U Woide, Princeton ; B C Morri.-on, 
St Anthony; A .1 .Scotleld, Newport; Klani Gree- 
ley, Stillwater; I.anivilln Twitchell, Milwaukee: 
II A Hubbard, Anoka; D M Little, Dayton; V. 
A >■ oxter, Cha^ka; Isaac Twltcliell, Uo; Jaaac A 
Ivalamaxr>u, Mich, 



Heudq«ar*«rs of (het Force** fa Ci«r- 
rUoa, niatrtrt uf .ninMeaotM, n«>pttr<- 
ni«ac uf th« .lortbwea*. 

SAI.fT Paul, MiXNKVOTA, ( 

July 11th, lM«n. ( 

rCBiritlt.VL ORDKR.H XO. ft] 

The following will bo the official de* tgnatlon of 
the stockadoA on earthworks along the western 
line of (iperations in this Distrxt, from tho State 
of Iowa to .Sauk Centre: 



1. Fairmonnt. 

2. Chaoyuska. 

3. Watonwan. 

4. Fort Wilkin. 

5. Lake Hannka. 

6. Big Cottonwood. 

7. Milford. 
«. Fr»KT KiDOEf.Y. 



9. Fort Burnn. 
10. Bumilo Creek. 
H. Pipe Lake. 
]2 I.K>ng I^ake. 
13. Manannah. 
H. PayuP.^vlll.v 
16. Lake George. 

10. .Sauk Centre. 
By order of 

CoLo:«KL S. MILLER, 
Commanding Forces In Uarrison. 
GEO. W. PRK8COTT, l«t Lieut., A. D. C. and 
Acting Assi.stant A'ljutant General. Jyl31t 



"OILLL POSTING, &c. 

MAXWKLL k GKIFFIN, opposite Brown's 
Block, Third streH, will post billn, aunounco 
meetings, auctions, and all matters uxually attwnd- 
ed to by " Town Criers," attend on partlea, clean 
rooms and offlc4*fi, and underttke Juba ol white. 
wuhlDg in different colors. JlO-lm 



position. 

Eleven o'clock — twelve o'clock — one 
o'clock. In the shadov cast by the tiny 
farm house IG by 26, which Gen. Meade 
had made his headquarters, lay wearied 
staff officers and tired reporter)*. There 
was not wanting to the peaceiiilness of 
the scene the singing of a bird, which had 
a nest in a peach tree within the tiny yard 
of the whitewashed cottage. In the midst 
of its warbling, a .«>hell screamed over the 
house, instantly followed by another, and 
another, antl in a moment the air was 
full of the most complete artillery prelude 
to an infantry battle that w.is ever exhibi- 
ted. Every size and form of shell known 
to British and to American gunnery 
shrieked, whirled, moaned, whis 
tied and wrathfully fluttered over our 
ground. As many as si.x in a second, 
constantly two in a second, bursting and 
screaming over and around the headquar- 
ters, made a very hell of fire that ainaxed 
the oldest oflicers. They burst in the 
yard — burst next to the fence on both 
side-', garnished as usual with the hitched 
horses of aids and orderlies. The fas- 
tened animals reared and plunge<l with 
terror. Then one fell, then another — 
sixteen laid dead and mangled before the 
Gre ceased, still fastened by tli«ir halters, 
which gave the expression ol being wick- 
edly tied up to «lie painfully. These 
brute victims of a cruel war touched all 
hearts. Through the midst of tho storm 
of screaming and exploding shells, an 
ambulance, «lriven by its frenzied con- 
ductor at full speed, presented to all 
ot US the marvelous speetaelu of a 
horse going rapidly on three legs. A 
binder one had been shot off at the hock. 
A shell tore up the little step ot the 
Headquarters Cottage, and ripped bags 
of oat8 as with a knife. iUiotoer soon 



angry on the heel at the southwest, lasted 
there till 8 o'clock in the evening, when 
the fighting Sixth corps went joyously by 
as a reinforcement, through the wood, 
bright with colfee pots on the fire. 
AXOTUKU ALLUsilON TO HIS .SO.N'rf DK.VTH. 

I leave details to my excellent friend 
and associate, Mr. Henry. My pen is 
heavy. Oh, vou dead, who at Gettys- 
burgii have baptised with your blood the 
second birth of Freedom in Amer- 
ica, how you are to be envied ! 
1 rise from a grave whose wet 
clay I have passionately kissed, and 
I look up and see Christ spanning this 
battle-field with his feet and reaching 
frateni.Tl and lovingly up to heaven. 
His right hand opens the gate of Para- 
dise — with his left he beckons to these 
mutilated, bloody, swollen forms to as- 
cend. 

I.NCIPE.NT.S OK THE BATTI.K. 

('apt. Gushing, company A, Fourth 
Regular artillery, was killed, and his bat- 
tery suffered severely. The gallantry of 
this officer is beyond jtraise. Severely 
woundctl early m the alternoon, he re- 
fused to leavd his post beside his guns, 
but continued to pour grape and canister 
into the advancing columns of the rebels 
until the> had reached the very muzzWs 
of his pieces, and sure of their capture, 
were attciiipting to turn them upon our 
forces, when they were driven off by our 
infantry. At this moment Capt. dishing 
received his death wound, ami fell lifeless 
to the earth. Heaps of corpses and 
wounded in front of his battery this morn- 
ing, told a terrible talc of the eflective- 
ni.»s of its fire. 

None of the company were taken pris- 
cners by the rebels. Alter the battle 
but one gun in this battery rennined un- 
injured — the rest having been dl^llll•un^ed 
or destroyed by the terrible fir*- ut ih'' 
enemy, which for the time was concen- 
trated upon the batteries on this part of 
the fiehl. In front of this jjosition fell 
dead the rebel (Jen. Hick Ganiett, who 
was courageously leading his men in this 
charge upon our batteries on Crow Hill. 
The rebel Gen. Armiflead was also 
wounded here while advancing at the 
head of his brigade. 

About fifty yards in front of our bat- 
teries was a stone wall, running from our 
centre in a southwesterly direction, behind 
which laid several ol" our regiments, 
pickinjr off the enemy as they .advanced 
up the slope of the hilt. Nothwilhstand- 
iiig the terrible fire poured into their 
ranks from our guns, so impetuous was 
the ch.argeofthe rebels that they drove 
our men from their position, and were 
advancing upon our batteries, several of 
which they captured, but the capture was 
only temporary. (Jen. (Jihbon's division, 
compo.sed of (iens. ^Vebb's, Harrcl's and 
Hall's brigades, at the point of the bay- 
onet, drove tbein back over the stone 
wall into the plain below. 

(Jen. (Jibbon's division captured four- 
teen stand of colors and a large number 
of prisoners. Twenty-eight st.inds of 
colors in all were cajitured by the second 
corps. 

Gen. Amiistcad, when taken prisoner, 
asked immediately for Gen. Meade, who 
was his classmate at West Point. 



and in New Orleans, it will yet revive there 
und everywhere else throughout the land. 
Seces.-lon is ilepcn.Jem-c — dependence first on 
the faction at liomc, and afterwards on forei^ni 
iiowers across the Atlantic. OppD.sc it with 
Indopendciice — Independence now and for- 
ever; for Independence is Union, and nothin.:,' 
else is Union. 1 am, gentlemen, truly vours, 
WILLIAM H. SEWARD. 

COMMERCIAL. 



1 he subscrilxT takes pleasure in announcing to 
the puhlic that the beautiful and w< U-knowu 
yachts Pauline aud Claude Melnotte, have U'ea 
thoroughly overiiauKd and renovat«'d, ai.d &'e 
now at the service of parties desiring a sail upon 
the placid waters of Lake Com). No labor nor 
exjiense ha* been cpared in fitting them .or thii* 
purpo^e. The Claude M dnottehas been carpeted 
and specially fitted for the accommodation <■( 
ladies,' and telocl parties' and familiei' desiring its 
exclusive use will please leave their orrters twelve 
hour* in advance at the store of W. Sherman 
I'otts. Druggist. St. Paul. The subscriber is an 
old sailor, aud as such, contributes his skill anu 
and experieuo' to the comfort of pk»asu re parties. 

jyr-'w* K. 0. ALI>l{ri>'iK._ 



F 



OR S.N.LE. 



Dal 17^ 



St. PmhI 



and frowning batteries, dealing death and 
destruction without .«tint. Their morale 
was broken and their assault was but 
weak. Crowded forward by desperate 
commanders they came to the work in 
solid columns, but meeting the inevitable 
storm of bullets and canister that had so 
fearfully thinned their ranks during the 
day they were not to be hehl under it. 

l)I80ni>KU OF THE COLUMN. S 

In wild disorder they fell back, first in 
position and then in another, until they 
were everywhere repulsed, and at five v. 
M. the last of them had withdrawn. It 
had been a terrible day. The ground all 
around was red with blood, and covered 
wih mangled bodies. We had gained a 
most decisive victory by acting wholly on 
t'le defensive. The day was ours beyond 
all (juestion. 

TIIOUSAND.S OF rillSONEU.S, 

Captured during the engagement attest- 
ed the demoralization of the enemy's 
army. The field trampled by the con- 
tending forces were spread with the evi- 
dences of the greater punishment the ene- 
my had received. Where our burryirg 
parties found a national soldier to inter 
two rebels were seen lying by his side. 

TUK WOL'NPED O.N TJIK FIELD. 

Our ambulances brought in the wound- 
ed of both armies alike, and though at 
first in skirting along the field they picked 
up only Union men, as they advanced 
they found a large preponderance of 
rebels desertecl by their comrades in tho 
precipitancy ol tht'ir flight. Very hastily 
and very generally I have sketched an 
account of the fiercest, most desperate 
and sanguinary battles of the war, its 
results must send a thrill of joy through 
every loyal heart. 

♦ » ♦ » ♦ 

Tbv HnslsoM's Bwy Compuaj' 8al«. 

The following a|>pears in the money ar- 
ticle of the London Times: 

The International Financial Society 
have inaile arrangements for the purchase 
of the entire property and rights of the 
Hutlson's IJay Company, giving the price 
of £;i(X) for every £iOO stock of that 
Company. Its total capital is £.")<X),000, 
and the a mount of the pureha.se will there- 
lore be £l,.')00,(X)(). A deposit of £100,- 
(XX) has already been paid, and the re- 
mainder is to be met on the 1st of July 
next, or interest thereon is to be allowed 
to the Hudson's liay proprietors at the 
rale of 5 per cent. Some considerable 
time back thi^ price of the Hudson's Hay 
stock was 2')0, but tluring the last five 
years it has been about 200. The tran- 
saction has been negotiated by parties 
connected with Canadian interests, and 
.innexed is the circular addressed to the 
Hudson's Bay stockholders, inviting their 
accjuiescence in it, an*' to which an afiirin- 
ative response seems, for the most part, 
to have been accorded. The number of 
proprietors of Hudson's Bay stock is 28o. 

HcnsoN Bay Hocse, London, June 
lo, — SiK : — An opportunity now offers to 
the proprietors for disposing of their 
stock in this community at the rate of 
£:5(X) per .£100 stock ex July dividend. 

You are no doubt aware that for some 
years past the price has ranged below 
£-»00. 



Satukday Evkxixo, .Tuly 11. 

The market the past week has been quite un- 
settled by the news from the Potomac, and the 
prices have generally declined in proportion to 
the fall in Gold. 

Wheat has been at a low figure all the week, 
and sales have t>een made at a Hgure as low. as 80 
gS-'k;. The transactions have l>cen quite limited, 
however, and the receipts very small. 



Itvi acr«'s in Rose town, adjoining th©^ school 

i section, the following desiTitied land : N. W. V 

i sectionJl, town JO, Kauge J.!: about fifty acres 

^•'" i under cultivation, some improvement, rU fenced, 

and a good well ou the premises. Will be sold in 

a body or in lou of forty or eighty acres, one- 

fourtli cash, the balance in three yearly payments, 

at seven per cent, per annum. Tiue perfect; 

possession given after har>-est. 

Also: The undivided N. ', of N. E. V of sec- 
tion iS, Town •-".'. Range i3, on the road t«» Lake 
Johannah, about three miles fr-^m St. Paul. 
Enuuireof J. F THOMPS<»N, 

At Nicliols, Dean k. Co. 
.TulvSI-dt™. 



♦ « ♦ ♦- 



[By Telegraph.] 
)V«w York Market. 

Kew York, July 11. 

Flour dull and drooping. 

Ghain. — Wheat heavy ; ic lower. Com firm, 
fair demand. 

Pork quiet and steady. 

Lard inactive. 

Whiskey dull. 

SECOXD n IS PATCH. 

Nkw York, July 11—6 r. M. 

Flour dull and heavy ; declining, 

Gkais.— Wh?a* dull; Ic lower. Corn opened 
active and firm, and closed dull and heavy. Oats 
quiet. 

Pork op3ned quiet aud steady, and closed a 
shade easier. 

[By Telegraph. I 
• }V««r Yoric Monry Market. 

Kkw York, July 11. 
Stocks irregular ; generally firm. 
Gold .TJS'. 

New York Central $1.19; Erie96: U.S. 5'«, '67, 
$1.03,- C'a.!S3: Registered $1.U5. 

SECOXD DISPATCH. 

Nknv York, July 11—0 r. M. 

Gold lower and'qulet ; ^IV SE.Il ','• 
(tovernment stocks tirra; U. 8. C's of 'tsl cou- 
pons, $l.«>5^i; r-:Jo's $1.0<>».j SI.O6J1. 

■»-« » ■ ♦ 

[By Telegraph.] 
Forelg-a Market. 

Capk Rack, July 10. 
The Jura, from Liverpool the 2d and London- 
derry the 3d, has been boarded off hero. 8he 
brings five days later advices. 
Cotton firmer, but qniet. 
Breadstuffs heavy ; downward tendency. 
I'rovisiuns dull and unchanged. 
Consuls y.".', 

'J he weather is favorable to crops. 
SECOXD DISPATCH. 

LivKKPOOi., July S. 

Breadstuffs ver>- dull. 
Wheat easier, and tending downward. 
I'rovisions dull ; tending to decline. 
Consuls t>-.'4tr.'ii. 

— » « ♦ « ♦ ■ 

[By Telegraph.] 
OawesrA Market. 

O.swKoo, July 11— a !• . u. 
Flour steady. 
Wheat dull and unchanged. 



A/r ATIlIMClXIAil 



U. S. 5-20 LOAN. 

^UBSCRIPTIOXS WILL BE RE- 

CEH'ED FOR 
'X'liifii Populcur IL.oau 

Until farlhDr notice at our office. 
THOMP>ON BRO'S, Bankers, Ag'ts. 
j))lv fl, isr.i. fyr--*w 



H 



EKNDON HOUSE, 



Corner of Third and Vermillion Streets. 
1IASTI>;GS, - - - MINNESOTA, 

•W. E. Hr^VT, 

lAite of the ^rercllants' Hottl, at St. Paul, 

PROPRIETOR. 

g^ Passengers conveyed to and from the 
Boats fre e. jel»-3m_ 

/CURTICE & HALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURMIYORS AND 
Real Estate A^pents, 

Ojflce in ^^llcl•ubiv's lilocl; Wnxhinffioti Street, 

licttccen Tftird ami Eofirth-sts., 
Will promptly attend toanyrrofessional business 
entrusted to thejn. From a long residence here 
and a thorough knowledge of the different »ur- 
vevs lK>th in the Citv and country, we h«%e great 
farilitleK for executing our work with correctness 
and dispatch. I-anH K)ught and sold. Collections 
ma^le. Taxespaidfor non-residentsat the lowest 
rates. 

N.B.— Drawing In«tr«r>ent»andr8irf»r for sale. 
D. L. CuRTioK. ajii-'-'lm John T. Halstkd. 



M 



ORTOAGi: SALE 



A Voung Gentleman desires to open a corres 
ponitence with a fine Yonog IJidy, wit!) a view to 
Matrimony. Address, with Carte de Vitite, 

jylv;-U* HENRY MAY WOOD, St. Paul, Mln. 

OPPER TOKENS OR MEDALS, 



C 



Blanks, Pies, Busines* Cards and Colleetions, 
furnished clieap and in great variety. Also, Na- 
tional Cnioii League Badges, Army Corps Badges, 
National Union Li^aguu Dies, &c., at lawesl job- 
bing prices. 

A. OGDEN, No. 1 Chirk Place, 
Jy7-lw Room No. 18, New York. 

~\ I'CTION notice! 

We have a consignment of the following ^oods 
to sell cheap for cash: Buggies, Wagons, Uuns, 
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelrv, Clothing, 
(^rocHery, Groceries, Ijidies' Hoop tjk<rts, Sew- 
ing Machines, Iron Safes, Notions of all kindn. 
Auction .sale* e»ery evening and special sales at 
to A. M., on Third-st., second door from the Mer- 
chant's Hotel, flront the love«. 
i)H U. K. BAKEB & CO., Anctloneera. 

4. .«« 



Whereas, default has N>en made in the condi- 
tion of a certain mortgage, execuf«»d, acknowl- 
edged and deliv- red by AllHTt Fuller to Thomas 
B. Winston, dato«l on the 14th day of Aucnst, 
^>^^, and recorded "n the offict^ of the Register of 
Deeds of Ramsev County,. "otate of Minue<K>ta, on 
the UUh «lav of August, 1S.V>, at 1 o'clock r. si., 
in Book "F" of Mortgages, jioges rii smd 74^, 
Whereby the said Al»)ert Fuller conveyed to the 
said Thomas B. Winston, his executors', admin 
islratora and assigns, the following described 
premises, situate In said county of Ramsey, and 
State of Minnesota viz : Lot nunil>or nine *('e\ of 
block forty-five (4.')>, in Riec & JrMne's Addition 
to the city «if .'<t. I'aul. to seoire th>' paNmeut of 
the sum of three thousand two hundred and fifty 
dollars, according lo the conditions n« three cer- 
tain promissory notes, executed aud delivertnl by 
said Fuller to said Winston, dcsciitKd in said 
mortgage; 
j Atxi, vviiereas, there is now claimed to be due, 
and is due, on the said morti^age debt, the sum of 
two thousand nine hundred and fifly-se.en (|J,- 
Wr.»i0; dollars. 

And, whereas, proceedings at law for the forf- 
closure of said mortgage. w»-re comui* ucetl in the 
IMstrict Court, in aud for the said county of Rair- 
aev, which said pro-«H'dings were di.>contiuued 
prior to the publication of tlii» notice; 

And, whereas, since the execution and delivery 
of said mortgage, the said Thomas B. Wlnstoii 
has deirtirted thts life, and the subscriN*rs, Alex- 
ander l{an)sey and Wilbelnius Bogart, have Uh'U 
diilv apiK)int«''d and qoalitied, as ex»*cutors of the 
last' will and testament of said Winston ; 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that in 
pursuance to a |M>wer of sale in Mtid luortgagt* 
contained, and by virtue of the statute in ^)lch 
cases nuule and provided, the said mortgaged 
prvniises, hcreinUfore described, will l>e sold at 
public auction, by the sheriff of said l{an)ser 
County, at the front door of the Court House, iii 
the city of St, I'aul, in said county, on the 18th 
day of July, A. t>., Isfr'f, at ten o'clock, iu the fore 
noon, to pay off and satisfy- said mortgage debt- 
and the costs aud exiN>nses of said salti. 

St. Paul, June -Mb, INkt. 

ALEXANDER RAMSRV .nd 
WILUELMUS BOO ART, 
Executors of Ihomas B. Winston, deoeaaed 

HOKM, LrsD * Ualuiuia, Attorneys for Kx- 
eoutora. |«« a-7w 



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I 



THE SAINT PAUL 



DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME III. 



S^INT PA^XJL, TTJESDA-Y. ^TJLY 14. 1863. 



NUMBER 164. 



mt faint faul f w«. 

•Mtff urn* iralted •«•••• O***"' ^*»*"'; 

40- THIS paper ha. » IwR-r Dally. Trl-Weekly 
»nd WeekWctroulatlon than any other la Miane- 
Ota, an.l ih«refore pros«»nU tnduwmenta toaa- 
vertlter* whicJi thpy will not Had «l»ewhec«. 

"sAlXT l'.\UL. TIKSDAY. JULY 14. 

r»0.1K XllS POTOMAC. 

Tbf news, as far as wc have ROt any 
from the I'otomac. is. if we may trust it. 
« little more encouraging for the prospect 
ofa.lecisivebattlo this side of that Na- 
tional Uubii-on than any we have had for 
sevtTAl (lays. 

Our arn.y is double Lee's. It is close 
upon him. intween Ha-erstown and Wil- 
liau.sport— and why Meade should not 
brin- on a hattle. with so many apparent 
.•idvrntagos in his favor. batUes all the 
military speculations of the '* mere ci- 
vilian." 

TUE »OB OITBRKAK IST »KW 
YOHK. 

Thf angelic andhi*;h-minded Fernandy 
and the "^pious Kynd.'rs have seize«l the 
occasion of the commencement of the 
dralt in New York, to get up another 
etlcctive little Peace Demonstration, and 
so lar as heard from, hare given some 
^tartling. but entirely convincing proofs 
ot their gentle and pacific .lisposition. by 
setting tire to the enrollment otlice. de- 
.troving the telegraph wires tl.roughoLt 
the 'ciiv. assaidting oaicers in discharge 
of their duty, and other equally signal 
tokens ol their devotion to the serene and 
anodvne gospel, which FeAan.ly (luoted 
the other dav. with some slight verbal 
inaicuracv. from a dim recollection of 
the antlK'm they used to sing when he was 
a Christmas lu»y. The operator here m- 
iorms us that no news couM be got from 
New York last night, owing to the tele- 
grahp wires being cut by the mob. 

This and other indications show that 
this New York emetite is an outbreak of a 
widely and carefully concerted resistance 
to the. law. The New York Trihum pub- 
lishes a revolutionary manifesto issued on 
the thinl of July, by the Copperheads, 
and distributed over the city calling upon 
the mob elements of the city to rise and 
strike for their liberties, telling them 
they were groaning under an insufferable 
tyranny and all that. The whole 
political combination, of which Mo- 
zart Hall is the centre and Fernando 
Wood the head. is a deliberate, organized 
conspiracy against the I'nited States 
Government, and this mob in New York 
is a simple outbreak of a long meditated 
insurrection, which has been carefully 
nursed and fed by the Worlds, A>ir*. Sey- 
mours. ^Voods. and all the prominent 
leaders of the existing Democratic organ- 
izations in New York. 

In all probability there was blood shed 
in New York yesterday. That blood— 
and all the horible crime of it— on whose 
head does it rest ? Answer, Copperheads ! 

On whose but yours ? 

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The following coroprisea the Deputy 
I'rovost Marshals appointed by Marshal 
Keith and the districts to which they are 
specially assigned, though they are not 
limited to the counties mentioned if their 
services shoulil be desired elsewhere : 

Linus Bifbards. Wabashaw. 

William S. Grow, Goodhue. 

A. M. Hayes, Dakota. 
Geo. M. Seymour, Washington. 
Richard Chute, Hennepin. 
Ernest Hyde, Carver. 

F. M. Stowell, Anoka. 
Thos. C. Shepleigh, Wright. 

B. G. Loe. McLeod and Meeker. 
Z. M. Morse, Stearns. 
J. H. Allen, Shtirbume. Isanti and 

Mille Lac. 

H. Z. Mitchell, Benton and Morrison. 
Levi Wheeler. Todd, C row Wirg and 

Cass. 

C. H. Whiting, Chisago, Pine and 

Kannabec. 

Samuel W. Furber, Buchanan, Carlton, 

St. I..ouis and Lake. 

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The New York Herald the other day 
got up another of its regular weekly Cab- 
inet crises, and of course, as usual, pro- 
fessed to give very verdant readers an 
inside peep into a Cabinet council, and 
to have had a special reporter behind the 
icenes while the radical and conservative 
members of the Cabinet were quarreling 
over their several programmes of pacifi 
oAtion and reconstruction. 

The Pioneer is fresh enough to swallow 
this whole Herald rarwrrf— beak, claws, 
wings, tail feathers and all— without so 
much as winking to betray the hast sus- 
picion of being gulled— and with amusing 
simplicity treats its readers to a grave 
discussion on the merits of the pretended 
schemes of reconstruction. 

Our simple-minded neighbor need not 
give itself the lea.st anxiety on the sub- 
ject. 

We think wo can assure it that the 
Cabinet is just now entirely too much 
occupied with trying to catch the hare to 
bestow much attention at present on the 
mode of cooking it. 



TUB TABLBIS OH XMB % Al.- 
I.AlVOIClMAM.nBRS- 
The President's reply to the Ohio Cop- 
perhead Committee, who weie sent to 
Washington on behalf of the Democratic 
Convention of that State to demand the 
release of Mr. Valiandigham, is published 
in another part of this paper. 

In answer to the assertion of the Com- 
mittee that Valiandigham had not dam- 
aged the military service by discouraging 
enlistments, the President says : 

We all know that combinations, armed In 
some lustaucos, to rcsijit the JUTcst of desert- 
ers, lH'>ti»n several months a+;o ; that more re- 
cently the like has appeared iu resistmicc to 
the enrolment prepanitory to a draft; and 
that (juite recently a huuiIkt of assassiiuitions 
have occurrctl fro'in the same animus. These 
had to t)c met by military tone, ajid this 
a^'aui has led to bloodshed and death. And 
uow. under a neust' of responsibility nu»re 
>vei>;hty and enduriiii,' than any which is 
merely otHcial, 1 solemnly declare my behet 
that the himlrance of the military, includn>K 
niaiminj? anil murder, is due to the course in 
wluch Mr. VallandiKliain has been enKa«etl. 
in a greater degree than to any other cause, 
and is due to him personally iu a greater de- 
gree thim to any other one man. 

The President, however, ofTers to re- 
lease Valiandigham on the simple condi- 
tion that they shall subscribe to the fol- 
lowing three propositions : 



oov 



Ol* 



1. That there Is now a rel)ellion in the Uni- 
ted SUtes. the ()»)jeet and tendency of which 
is to destroy the national Union ; ami that in 
your opinion au anny and navy are con.stitu- 
tional means for suppressing that rebellion. 

2. That no one of vou will do anythmg 
which, in his own iudginent, w ill tend to hin- 
tlcr the increase of favor the decrease, or les- 
sen the erticieucv of the army or navy while 
engaged in the effort to suppress tlic ro»>ellion ; 

;}.' That each of you w ill. in his sphere, do 
^ he caij to have the officers, soldiers and sen- 
men of the anny and navy, while eng«ige<l in 
the effort to ..;ui)i>resfc the reUllion. paid, tid, 
elwi, and otherwise well provided and sup- 
lMirt<^ 



By comwiittiiig the influential gentle- 
men of the Conmiittee to these proposi- 
tions, the President thinks an advantage 
will have been gained of immense value 
to the army, and more than sufHcient to 
counttrrbalance the consequences of any 
misUke in allowi .g Valiandigham to re- 
turn, especially as the President wouhl 
expect that the Democratic candidate for 
Governor of Ohio would not put himself 
in antagonism with his friends. 

It is sufHcient to say that the Commit- 
tee at last accounts had refused orfiiiled. 
which is the same thing, to endorse th^e 
propositions. That refusal or failure 
places them, by an unavoidable implica- 
tion, in the ranks of the public enemy. 
It is a direct admission on the part of the 
political sponsors of Mr. Valiandigham 
that the charges against him are well- 
grounded— and that it is their purpose, 
as well as his, to embarrass and impair, 
by all means in their power, the eflficiency 
of that military force upon which the 
Government, the People, and all they 
hold sacred or rlear. are at this time de- 
pendent for their protection. And thus 
by their own act the fri«nds of Mr. Val- 
iandigham have furnished the most com- 
plete and ample justification of the mea- 
sures taken by the Government to prevent 
their principal from continuing his trea- 
sonable machinations. 



•■YMOirn'B vocmTU 

On the Fourth of July Gov. Horatio 
Seymour, who professes in a gingerly way 
to be in favor of a vigorous prosecution 
of the war for the suppression of the Re- 
bellion, improved the occasion by making 
a speech on the State of the country in 
the Academy of Music to his Democratic 
friends. Considering the circumstances, 
we must be permitted to say this is the 
most remarkable .speech wo ever retd. 
Not indeed for what it says, for its oily 
conmionplaces contain nothing worth 
quotation, but for what— on a day brim- 
ming over with the excitements and anxie- 
ties ofthe most critical hours of the Repub- 
lic ; on a day when every patriotic heart was 
torn with contending hopes and fears iu 
the morning, and throbbed in the after- 
noon with a passianate joy never expe- 
rienced on this continent since Cornwal- 
lis surrendered the supremacy of the 
British Lion to the power of the Young 
Republic— it does not say : for its deep. ' 
profound, cold, sepulchral silence upon 
the topics uppermost and blazing in every 
man's mind and heart. On that very day 
when Meade's victorious standards were 
pursuing the broken columns of the ll> ing 
invader Irom N orthern soil — the leader 
of what calls itself the War Demo- 
cratic party of New York could talk two 
mortal hours without one word of sympa- 
thy for the gallant tallen on the glorious 
field of Gettysburg; without a word of 
cheer for those who are lighting the bat- 
tles of the I'nion ; without a word of 
censure lor the inv.ading hordes who were 
striking the Union on the very soil which 
witnessed its birth ; without a word of 
joy at the heroic achievements which were 
thrilling the hearts of the people while 
the oration was being delivered, withotita 
word that was not a complaint or a 
sneer, or a threat against the .Vdministra- 
tion, and calculated to foster the spirit of 
discontent and violence, which has since 
broken out in open resistance to the law 
in New York, as well as to encourage 
that wider insurrection of which not Capt. 
Roynders and the dead rabbits, but Jell. 
Davis ami his councillors are at the liead. 



LATEST NEWS, 

By Telegrrapli. 

THE EXPECTED BATTLE 
STILL POSTPONED. 

Xl.el>els IVot Crossed 
tlio I*otoiiiac. 

LEE SURROUNDED, NEkR 
WILLIAMSPORT. 

Gen. Kelley on the Virginia 
Side of the Potomac. 



Contradictory Reports of Mofe- 
nient§ and PositioBij. 



1>EXA.IIL.N OF- 

MORGAN'S INDIANA RAID. 



«OVBBMOR SiriFV. 

Our State exchanges have been reverber- 
ating with parting salutes of well-merited 
compliment to our old Goremor, and 
are now coming in with cordial greetings 
to our new one. We take the following 
deserved commendations from those at 

hand: 

From the State News. 

By the resijcnation of Governor Ramsey and 
Lieutenant Governor Donnelly. lion. Henry 
A. Swift, President pro tempore of the Senate, 
iMJComcs Governor of Minnesota. 

Although comparatively a younj? man, Mr. 
Swift has won an enviable reputation, as a 
ffcntlcman, liiKhmindcd, intelligent, honora- 
ble. He hajv served as Senator from the 19th 
District (Nicolctt county) with distinction, 
and was eiectctl by his peers as their prcsidinfi 
ottlcer. with the full untlerstanding that their 
action was virtually the election of a Gover- 
nor for ths itUerim preceding the State elec- 
tion of next November. Mr. Swift will justi- 
fy the confidence thus reposed in him. He 
enters upon his duties under auspices as favor- 
able as the circumstances of the Stale and the 
nation will allow. His predecessor has clcarcil 
up the Kxccutive docket, as close ns possible, 
yet Governor Swift assumes importaut resjion- 
sibilities which are new to him and we Ix-- 
spciik for him the cordial co-operation not 
only of his pollUcal friends, but of all good 
citizens. 
From the Mankato [ndependent. 

Since Governor Uamsey > return fh>m Wash- 
ington, he 1ms resigned the olBcc of Governor 
of Minnesota— a position he has tilled with 
distinguished credit to himself and honor to 
the State. 

Hon. Henry A. Swift, of St. Peter, is now 
Govcnior. He is well known, and the admin- 
istration of State affairs will be the subject of 
his constant care and faithful guardianship. 
The fair fame <»f Minnesota will not suffer at 
his hand. 

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DIM .4 PrOI !«TB n. 

Our citizens were much disapi>ointcd on 
Tucsdav morning last, at not receiving some 
intelligence via St. Paul, ofthe tight progress- 
ing at Gettysburg. Our metropolitan cotein- 
poraries should not thus neglect their iM)untry 
friend-*. — Maiikato Ilecord. 

Tlie telegraph ofTices throughout the 
country wen^ open b«t four hours on the 
Fourth, twojn the morning .-And two in 
the evening. The only news we received 
was a brief dispatch from the President, 
stating that the reports from the army up 
to 1 v. .»., Friday, showed they had cov- 
ere<l themselves with glory and their 
movements promised to be successful. It 
was not until eleven o'clock Monday 
morning that we received the accounts of 
our actual success. Had it reached us in 
time, our "country friends would not have 

been disappointed on Tuesday morning." 

» i » » < 

Tub latest reports from the seat of 
war on the Potomac were not transmitted 
to us last evening, owing to the destruc- 
tion ofthe telegraph wires in New York 
city, by the mob that collected to resist 
the drafl, which commenced there yester- 
day. 



IVIai-tial I^.a-v*' in Cin- 
cinnati. 

Business Suspended and the 

People Arming to Resist 

Morgan. 

RIOT irsr IVEA^^ 



General Meade has his forces all ii. 
position, and everything seema i-eady 
either to receive or deliver battle. 

The army is in 6rst rate spirits. 

Our cavalry operations continue very [ 
active, and the rebels are circumscribed 
to a small extent of country for food and ] 

forage. 

A,ntiktamBridok, WiLLiAMSPOUT, July 11. 

Yesterday the army began to Uke po- 
sitions, driving back the enemy's cavalry 
to the rear of Funkstown. 

Lee is strongly entrenched, and has a 
a strong natural position. 

Major General Henry Humphrey has 
received the appointment of chief of staff 
to General Meade. General Warren de- 
clined the position, preferring more ac- 
tive duties in the field. 

Baltimokk, July 11. 

A special dispatch to the American 

says : 

BooNKSBORO, July 12.— All is quiet 
this morning. It is reported that the 
rebels are retreating towards Hancock. 

All looks well. 

W.vsuixoTos, July 12. 

A dispatih from the headquarters of the 
»rmy, dated 8 o'clock this evening, says 
all was quiet. There was some skirmish- 
ing to-day. 

There docs not seem to be any fear 

that the enemv has cn)ssed the river, nor 

-that he can, or will cross without giving 

battle. , 

There has been heavy ram for three 

hours. 

Nkw Youk, July 12. 

[ World's special.'] — FKKi>KiiUKS»t'UG, 
July 12. — No general engagement to-ihy, 
but a battle cannot be long delayed. 

Reports arc (Tcdited that Lee has 
brought his forces together on a tongue 
of land below and near a ford, which 
strengthens the belief of a general and 
desperate affray to-morrow or Tuesday 

Ti.« ♦;..«« porns is said to have occupie( 



1^8 armv evacuating Ilagerstown, and 
♦htu reoccupying it within a few hours 
the same troops, unless he was dis- 
■»ted in his facilities for crossing the 



H 

Wit 

appoi. 
nver. 



Couscription OAcers Driven Off. 



BUILDINGS BURNED BY 
THE MOB. 

Military Sent to QuHl llic Riot. 



MORNING REPORT. 



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XUMEROU8 reports of Indian murders 
are daily floating about the streets, but 
they arc almost invariably false. A re- 
port of more murders in Wright county 
was current yesterday, but we could 
trace it to no reliable source, and in all 
probability it was ima^injitive. 



]>B «MACB. 

The llev. Mr. Conway has given Mr. 
Ma.son a Rowland for his 01iver,»s will be 
seen from his letter to the London Times 
in another place. In this production Mr. 
Conway acts the part of Quintus Curtius, 
and patriotically throws himself into the 
gulf of public obloquy, in order to save 
the cause of the Union in Kngland. Mr. 
■Conway, in fact, confesses, that he is not, 
as he represented himself, th«! accredited 
representative of the Abolitionists ; but 
on the other hand, as Mr. Mason had 
openly recognized and responded to him 
in that character, he is justified in treat- 
ing his letter as an official refusal, by the 
accredited representative of the Southern 
Confederacy, of the proposition to accept 
independence on the single condition of 
the abolition ol Slaver>', which is e<iuiva- 
Icnt to an admission on Mr. Mason's part 
that the South is not waging war for in- 
dependence, but for the |>erpetuation of 

Slavery. 

In Anti-Slavery Kngland Mr. Conway, 
will be pretty generally regardinl as have 
decisively flowered his anUgonist on the 
main question at issue. 



iMllaaa jacMla. 

To the Editors of the St. I'aut Press : 

On the night of July 9th a Mr. Bryant, 
residing in this neighborhood, was arous- 
ed by his dogs barking furiously through 
the night. He having no gun, kept in the 
house till morning, when, on examining 
the premises, there were the signs of three 
Indians in the garden and about the house. 
The people have all fled from the woods. 
This is in the same neighborhood where 
the Indians stole those horses that Capt. 
Cady's men recaptured about two weeks 
ngo. K. J. Lamuekt. 

Silver Creek, Wright county. 

li«b«l n«>t«llikll*a f»r Mkootlnr Ap*»« 
— BMllatiar to be »kot. 

By this morning's dispatches it will be 
seen that our Government has advised 
Mr. Jefferson Davis that the execution 
of the two officers selected for that pur- 
pose by him will be followed by the se- 
verest retaliation. What two officers are 
meant, and how they became the threat- 
ened victims of the diabolical malignity 
of the rebel government will be shown 
by the following extract from the Rich- 
mond Disjyaich, of July 7th : 

In the Llbbv pristin, yesu-rday, by order of 
Gen. Winder, 'the Captains amouK the Yankee 
prisoners drew lots for two of their number to 
lie shot in retaliation for the shooting of Cap- 
tains \Vm. Corbin and J. McGraw, bv (Jen. 
Bumside, at .Saudusky, Ohio, on the bith of 
Mhv last. 

'flic prisoners were assembled in a room at 
12 o'clock by Captain Turner, the ••onininnder 
of the prison, and, after »K'in« fonncl into a 
hollow square around a table, wore infonned 
of the order of (»cn. Winder. Picivs of jiapcr, 
each containiuK tlio name of one of the otticers 
present, were dcpositctl on the table. Capt. 
Turner then inlorincd the men th»« they might 
Bclect whom thev pleased to draw the names, 
and the fir>t two' names drawn would indicnte 
thoic to Ik! shot. The lots w» ro <lrawn by the 
Rev. Mr. Hrown amid silence almost dcatii- 
like. The first ballot drawn contained the 
name of Capt. Henry Washington Sawyer, of 
, the 1st New Jersey Cavalry, and the second 
that «if Capt. John Klinn, of the olst Indiana 
Volunteers. The day i>f tluir execution ha> 
not iM.'eii fixed. 



—ITie Brownsville (Texas) Flag says 
that there are now four candidates in the 
field lor the Governorship of that State. 
They are Colonel J. M. Crockett, Gene- 
ral T. J. Chambers, General Henry Mc- 
Culloch and Pendleton Munah. This 
excludes Sam Houston, who, it was lately 
reported, was or would be a candidate 
for the office, with the view, it elected, 
to carry Texa« out ofthe rebel confedera- 
tion and re-establish the Sute as an indc- 
' pendent Republic. 



TME WAR OW TMK rOTOJKAC. 

New York, July 12. 
A Hagertown dispatch of the 11th, to 
the Herald, says a fight commenced near 
Sharjisburg yesterday at daybreak, and 
continued till six o'clock in the evening, 
when Longstreet's division evinced con- 
fusion, and our army drove them some 
miles. 

The engagement was brought on by 
Kilpatrick, who, finding the rebels on 
Thursday too strong, waited for infantry. 
The battle was fought by only a portion 
of our army. The rebels fought steadily 
at first, but wildly at last as if their am- 
munition was exDende<l. 

Our cavalry and artillery destroyed a 
pontoon bridge to the consternation of 
the rebels, as they were about to cross. 
The rebels evacuted this town at mid- 
night. Lee. Longstrect, and Ewell being 
the last rebel oflicers to leave. 

I have reliable infonnation that the reb- 
els retreated to Williamsport, where they 
hope to make another stand. There have 
been several light skirmishes on Antie- 
tam. 

Gen. (touch's forces are advancing. 

Nbw Youk, July 12. 
A Middleton, Maryland, dispatch to 
the Herald says : 

From information by a person who has 
been in the rebel lines at Funkstown, we 
loan, that the rebels were tearing down 
houses to construct pontoons. 

The rebel soldiers express little hope of 
crossing the Potomac. 

They were anxious about their supplies, 
no| having seen them or their trains for 
five days, and were disheartened. 

A Harrisbnrg special states that the 
Antietam river is much swollen, which, 
probably, has delayed Meade in attack- 
ing the rebel*. 

Our army is more concentrated and 
stronger than when at Gettysburg. 

Headquarters dispatches of the 10th to 
the Herald, say our forces are within a 

few miles of the enemy. 

New Y'okk, July 12. 
The Marury has a Washington dis- 
patch intimating tliat Lee has escaped 

across tlie Potomac. 

Baltimork, July 12. 

A spi'cial t»» the American, dated at 
heachiuarters of the army Saturday night, 
says the position of the army is essen- 
tially un<-hanged. 

There has Inen no fightmg to-day. 
The enemy changed their picket line this 
morning, giving rise to the report that 
they had abandoned Funkstown, which 
was magnified into a full retreat and es- 
cape over the river. They were still in 
the same position and in full force. 

Our pickets are now close to Funks- 
town, and all along the line in immediate 
proximity to the rel>els. 



The first corps is said to have occupied 
Hagerstown this morning. 

SHirPKNSBrno, Pa., July 11. 

[Special to If'orZrf.]— The position ot 
the rebel army is definitely sta'.ed at head- 
quarters to-day. 

Longstreet's forces are at Shepards- 
town, Ewell's at Hagerstown, and Hill s 
between Hagerstown and Williamsport. 
Their esthnated stiength is 50,000 to 
60,000, with about lOU pieces of artillerv. 

Communication between Gen. Couch's 
anny and the Army of the Potomac is 
only to be had by a circuitous route. 

It is rumored that Beauregard has a 
large force near the Upper Potomac to 
co-operate with Lee. • , , • 

Gov. Curtin intends being with this 
army when it is called upon to cross the 
State line. He was at Gettysburg last 
night attending to the wants of the Union 
soldiers wounded. 

Couch and staff are still at Chambers- 

'Hie invasion has probably cost Frank- 
lin and adjoining counties $3,000,000. 

HEAlMilARTERS AKMY "»■ THE PoTOMAC, ) 

July 12, 1863. S 

To-day our right wing gradually press- 
ed forward on the Boonesboro and Ha- 
gerstown pike and finally occupied Ha- 
gerstown, which we hold to-night. 

The enemy's force, which consisted 
principallv of cavalrv- and two regiments 
of infantry, made no determined resist- 
ance. The rebels fell back towards Wil- 
liamsport, and reconnnoissances report 
they are throwing up entrenchments with- 
in two miles of Hagerstown. 

The positions they now occupy are 
said to be of great strategic strength. 

Elsewhere all has been quiet. 

Antietam Rivhu, July 12. 

[Times" special .}— Our whole line is 
ordered to advance to-day, and unless the 
enemy retire there will be more or less 
fighting before night. 

The enemy held his picket line very te- 
naciously, as though concealing some 
strong position behind it. 

There are well grounded fears that the 
river may become fordable in a day or 
two. It had fallen considerably at Shep- 
•rdstown yesterday, and was still rapidly 
receding. There is a prospect of more 

rain to-day. 

Scouts coming in from VV inchester yes- 
tenlay. report the enemy moving an- 
other pontoon train and ammunition to 
Williamsport. 
Greencastle, via Chambcrsburg, July 12. 

Firing was heard, to-day, going on 
between Williamsport and Hagerstown. 
It is thought to be that of a heavy battle. 

Ten rebel deserters came into Green- 
castle within the last few hours. 

The rebels are said to have had seven 
boats at Williamsport yesterday. Each 
boat cannot take over but two teams at 

' *'"*'• New Youk, July 12. 

Maj.-Gen. Howard has issued an ad- 
dress to his (11th) corps, congratulating 
them on their recent victory and success, 
in defeating the rebels. 

The Tribune states that one of their 
correspondents, who arrived Sunday from 
the front, states the Potomac had fallen 
five feet, and was fordable for horses. 

The rebel anny is concentrating at 

Falling Waters. 

^ New York, July 13. 

A Harrisburg dispatch to the Herald 

A telegram from Loudon, Sunday. 
sUtes that the enemv are pressed in front 
and on both flanks by Meade, who holds 
them ti-htly where they are. 

It is raining heavily to-night. 1 he 1 o- 
tomac has not fallen. 

A dispatch to the Herald, <lated near 
Funkstown 12th, says : 

The right wing of our army, under 
Sedgewick, rested Saturday night this 
side of Funkstown, but were to advance 
Sunday morning. It is believed that no 
rebels will be found this side of the Poto- 

tnac. ^ T t ia ^ 

Orekn Castle, July 12. / 

(via Chainl>er8burg.) S 

The corps of Ewell and Hill returned 
and occupied Hagerstown about 2 o'clock 
yesterday. They have strong pickets 
four miles this side ofthe town. 

Hill's corps passed through town, tak- 
ing the I-.eitsburg turn pike . 

Capt. Breed yesterday evening with a 
company of cavalry got within one mile 
and ahalf of Hagerstown on the National 
i road, when he discovered a large bo<ly of 
rebel infantrj' moving into that town by 
way of the Williamsport road. 

Firing was heard to-day in the direc- 
tion of Clear Springs and Leitsbur^, 
probably cauaed by our troops driving m 
the enemy's outposts. 
I There is no good rea«)n known lor 



'^lOM or XVJDIAIVA. 

THE EWVA*. Cincinnati, July 12. 

night reaches with- 

nie Morgan raid to- ''> line*- Some 
in seven miles of the Oh.. 'iasippi rail- 
bridges on the Ohio and Min. ^Hh > er- 
road, between Cochran and Nc 
non, have been destroyed to-day. '**' 

The rebels also approached the Indit. 
apolis and Cincinnati railroad near Sum- 
mers, where they were met by a regiment 
of militia and driven back. This, per- 
haps, was only a small body. 

The main force appears to be making 
for Aurora and Lawrenccburgh. 

IfTDIANAPOLIS, JulV 12. 

Morgan's forces moved from Vienna 
vesterday morning eastward, arriving at 
Vernon, on the Madison & Indianapolis 
Railroad, at six p. m.. and demanded the 
surrender of the town. It was refused by 
Col. Burkham, commanding the federal 
forces. A half hour was given for the 
removal of women and children. At the 
expiration of that time our forces moved 
out to meet the enemy, but found they 
had retreated. Scout's sent in pursuit, 
captured nineteen. No loss on our side. 
Alter leaving Vernon they moved south- 
ward — tore up the railroad track and cut 
the telegraph. 

They also destroyed the Ohio and Cum- 
berland railroad. 

A squad of sixty moved on Osgood, 
burned the bridge on the Ohio and Mis- 
sissippi railroad, and took the telegraph 
operator prisoner. 

(Jeneral Manson, with a large force of 
infantry and artillery, lefl Jeffersonville 
last night, and arrived at Carrollton this 
p M. He had a skirmish with the rebels 
near Grassy Flats, capturing one captain 
and nineteen men. 

Col. Gavin, with a force of one thou- 
sand infantry, marched out fromSum- 
mer's, on the Indiana and Cincinnati 
Railroad, met a portion of Morgan's 
force two and a half miles from that place 
— had a skirmish and lost one man killed 



T0B WAM OJI THB POTOXAC. 

Philadblphia, July 13. 

I'he Enquirer has a special dispatch, 
dated Boonesboro, 12th. stating that our 
forces are steadily advancing, and are in 
sight of the rebels. 

There has been no fighting to-day. 

It is reported that the rebels attempted 
to turn our right near Hagerstown, but 
were repulsed. 

FRta)EKicK, July 12. 

Accounts from the front represent Lee 
surrounded at or near Williamsport. 

Our 6th corps occupy Hagerstown, and 
the Uth corps Funkstown. 

W« are rapidly pushing Lee to the 



river. ""11/ is reported on the Virginia 
Gen. K. '»i$»mac to stop the progress 
side of the I: ^ 

""^h!^*"'^ • r *«on ;*'0''8 that the 
The best informa. ^ ^^^ got over 
rebels have not cross. ♦ ^^ recxj.sed 
mont of their wounded, 
their ammunition. 



OUCO TUHEATBSBD. 

CixciNXATi, July 1?. 

Burnside lias declared martial law in 
Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, 
Business is suspended, and bll citizens 
are requested to organize in accordanc-e 
with the directions of the State and 
municipal authorities. 

Nothing definite is known of Morgan's 
whereabouts. It is supposed he will en- 
deavor to move around the city, and 
cross the river between here and Mays- 
ville. 

The militia are rapidly concentrating. 



TERIM1IX.E MAU.ROAD ACC<- 
]»BMT.' 

Washington, July 12. 

An accident occurred very early this 
morning on the Washington branch of 
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, about 
four miles this side of Annapolis Junc- 
tion. 

One of the trains stopped on the main 
track for water, but this fact did not be- 
come known to the engineer of the sec- 
ond train, north from this city, in time to 
prevent it from running into the former. 
The crash was terrible. The passengers 
were principally troops. Thirty or forty, 
including sixteen officers, were wounded, 
some ot them seriously if not fatally. 
The sufferers were brought back to Wash- 
ington. 

A THRKX.l'IlVO l«©VBHBif»— «B 
TAX.lATIOSr. 

New York, July 11. 

The Herald states that an important 
moveineut is in progress, which indicates 
the policy of the Government to follow 
up vigorously our successes, and drive 
the rebellion to the wall. 

Our Goveniment has notifie<l the rebels 
that the execution of two oflScers selected 
at Richmond will be retaliated most se- 
verelv. 



' MPjEBS aarestbd. 

New York, July 1.3. 
Judge McXair, ^Irs. Ballard and an 
unknown commodore, all rebel spies, 
were arrested here Saturday, as they 
were about leaving for Dixie. 



MmHkn at W«tal>. 

The following particulars of a case of 
homicide that occurred on Monday even- 
last at WaUb, a small hamlet on the east 
side of tlie Mississippi, about eight miles 
north of this city, are from an eye wit- 
ness : 

The facts antecedent to the difficulty 
are that on the Fourth the deceased, Johii 
Murphy, who kept a Uvern at WaUb, 
went to Little Falls, leaving a man in 
charge of his house. During his absence 
some whisky belonging to him was ta- 
ken from the granary. This the person 
left in charge said had been taken by a 
man named John Flannery. On Mon- 
dav Murphy came to this city, and re- 
turned home somewhat under the influ- 
ence of liquor In the evening a party 
was sitting on the porch of his house, and 
during the conversation he charged Flan- 
nerv with having stolen the liquor. F. 
replied that any man who said lo was a 
d — d liar. Murphy remained quiet a 
minute or two, then rose and went behind 
his house. lie soon reappeared with a 
club in his hand, and stepping out into 
the road dared Planner}- to come out. 
The latter, however, stepped back, when 
the deceased approached and struck at 
him with the club, but the blow was 
warded off. It was repeated and again 
warded off. Flannerv- then retreated 
about ten feet to a well, and picked up a 
piece of curbing .'Ixe inches and Si feet 
long, with which he struck Mmphy a 
blow on the temple. He (Murphy) fell 
as if shot, and never stirred from that 
moment until the time be died. This oc- 
curred between sunset and dark. Dr. 
Wren, of this place, was at once sum- 
moned, but upon his arrival pronounced 
the case hopeless. Remedies, however, 
were applied, and while this was being 
done, at half-past one o'clock a. m. tlie 
injured man died. He leaves a wile and 
one child. Flanner}- still remains at Wa- 
tab, and asks an examination. Eye-wit- 
nesses pronounce it a case of aggravated 
assault, and justify the action of Flanne- 
ry. St. Cloud Bern. 



IKEBEI< BOTIMATES. 

New York, July 1.3. 

[Tribune's Special.'] — Capt. Belcher, 
of a Maine regiment, who escaped from 
the rebels, reports they took 4,000 pris- 
oners. 

The rebels estimate their killed and 
wounded at 20,000. 

CEIVEBAI. SIOBC'S APPOISTT- 

MEXV. 

New York, July 10. 
A Harrisburg dispatch gives a report 
that General Sigel has been appointed to 
the command of the Pennsylvania ]i»lilitia, 
in the immediate advance. 



i> 1 *: u . 

On the 13th iart., EMILY OGDEN, daughter 
of Rer. andMrs. J.O.Biheldaffer.aged )8 months 
snd nine dajs. 

The funeral will take place from the residence 
of her parentg, on Summit Avenue, to-day, at 4 
o'clock P. M. The friends of the family are invl 
ted to attend. 

In thl« city, on the i;Mh inst., HANNAH EL. 
MIXA, infant daughter of R. H. and Elmina 
Fitz, aged 19 months. 

The funeral will take place at 4 o'elock thii af- 
ternoon. The friends of the f»miiy are invitt*d 
to attend without further notice. 

At Concord, N. H., on the 2d in«t , ACUiAH 
P., wife of Lyman D Stevens, EfMj., and daugh • 
ter of Theodor«' French, Esq., of ihatdlj-, aged 
40 years. 



AFTERNOON REPORT. 

^ » ■ - 

JAPA»-BXCMTE.1IE*» IM CAXI- 
FOnXIA. 

Sax FkanciscO, July 11. 

[Dated Kangaroo, Japan, May 18.]-- 
Negotiations between the English Admi- 
ral and Japanese authorities has been in- 
terrupted, and the anticipated war is ap- 
parently postponed indefinitely. Both 
the English and French have sent for 
more troops ; meanwhile they were tem- 
porizing. 

The Tycoon was still absent at Yeddo. 

Money abundant. Receipts since the 
Ist inst.. $2.000.000 in Atlantic currency. 
Exchange rate 2.'). Gold 30 premium. 

An attempted execution of the writ 
signed by President Lincoln, on the8th of 
May, to the Marshal of this District, 
commanding him to take possession ofthe 
Xew Almaden Quicksilver mine as gov- 
ernment property, produced intense ex- 
citement. , ,, , 

The Santa Clara county Marshal had 
100 soldiers to help him execute the writ. 
The occupants barricaded the mine with 
one hundred and seventy armed men 
readv to resist. 

a' collision seemed imminent, when a 
correspondence by telegraph with the 
President resulted in a new order from 
Washington, directing a stay of proceed- 
ings. The final execution ol the writ 
would facilitate a question of great local 
importance in the political contest now 
pending in this State. 

The gold mines of California and silver 
mines ot Neva«la are held without title, 
the same as Almaden. If Government 
takes possession of the quick -silver mines 
alter being opened, then it is argued all 
mines are liable to be seized, wherever 
private enterprise discovers and devel- 
op es them into great value. 



§m "^xttivsmaA^. 



S 



TRAYED OR STOLEN, 



From Oakdale Town, Washington County, 
about Julv Ist, 1W«, » large Cheatnnt Sorrel 
HOK-E, a'lwut 10 year* olrt. Has a white face ; 
i» a little sore in \w fore feet, and sieps short. 
Any person r<>tuming the above horse to the sub- 
scriber, at Oakr-ale, or giving such information 
as will lead lo his recovery, will be llberallr re- 

Tulw* J- P- BOYD. 

^ O T I C E . 

CniFF QlABTERMASTER'sOFFirr, I 

District Minnksota, St. Ta'-u, July 13, V^".. y 
All pon>ons holding voucliers given by offloer* 
acting in tlie Quarterm-.ister's Department in thia 
MlliUrv District, will present the same at my 
office ior settlement -n or after Monday. July 
mh, 18C3, E. B.CARLING, 

Captain and Clilef Quartermasiej, 
Jyl4.3t D istrict Minnesota. 

\Vhcclcr& Wilson's 



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RB9MTIMO TUB 

New York, July 1.1. 

A mob in the 3d Avenue, at the con- 
scription office, drove off the oflicUlf, 
an 1 fii'cd buildingF, A whole block is in 
llames. The mob won't allow the fire- 
men to work. They also destroyed all 
telegraph wires in the vicinity. 

They are evidently bent on mischief. 

The R^ulara from Governor's IsUnd 
have been sent to the soeae. 



Of thorn in use in this Country 
and Europe. 

TLese are the only machin** making 
tilt Lock Stitch with the Rotating 

Hoolt. 
Arc profitable and available a lifo 

time. 

Equal to ten soamstreaeee. 

An annual dividend of lOO to (lOO 
n.r cent. (<>n iheir cost) mity be obtained in 
use— by their poaseaeor. 

The Claaa Cloth- Preaaor, (»o p<n>u 
lar.) can only be bad witl^. these Machines. 

r. a. ^•HBa*ii, ▲««>«, 

jyl4 2«t Ttatrd strMt, St. nud. 




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T9S PAtNT PAUL PRB88, TtTSSUAT, JTJT.Y 14, I8fl8. 






l< hi . J blnl! 



PllllUiltlkM UAILV.TKI WKKKLr ANI» WKkfcLY. 

^ Wfl o«^ A.dJoi I unc the BritlKt". 

TiiK i>nKNii»K%'r .«:«■» % Ai.i<Aif- 
i>i«iiiiAiir. 

."Wr, LImcwIm* ■i«'l»»J «» •!•«' OMo 
4 ontmittf**. 



Wasiiinoton. 1>. C^.JuiH^ -21), ISO.;. 
— i'Li- rivxidtiit has made ih<' lollowiii^ 
reply to the coinmittt'e of Ohio roppcr- 
lii'.iiLs who Wi'iJt to ^Vashiiigtuii tp piM»- 
seiit, apetilion in luhalfot V;illa«nli;;hain : 

Mrssrs. M. Bunhanl. Diivid A Ut.uck. (Jror-«' 
iiliij*. T. W. iiani V. W. J. ("mnlim, J»>lui 
0'*Niil,C. A. Whiti, \V. K. Fink, Al\muK> 
L. ng, J. W. Whitr, (Jf. rjji- 11. r«mlliM.. 
»)torge L. Ci>nviis«, H«n/..>P. Nol.li , .liinu'> 
K. M.rris. W. A. lintihin.'!, A>m«r I.. Hiick- 
us, J. F. McKhuuv. I'. ('. I-f l.luml, l.onis 
Sclia«.t<.r: 

liK TI.KMK.N : Tlie rf.soliitlon.s of thv 
Ohio l»fuuH;raiii State l'oii\eiitiL>«, which 
^ on present me. to«;etlier with jonr in- 
uotliuton- and elo.Ninf,' ivniarks, being in 
position jinti aijjuinenl niainlv the same 
a."* the resolutions ol tlie (lenioeraiie nieet- 
inj; at Albany. New York, I reJer you to 
niv response to the latter asiueetin-; ntost 
ot ihe point* in the liiriner. This re- 
sponse >ou evidently used ni j)reparini; 
^our remarks, and 1 desire no uiore than 
that it Ik! UMd wiili aceuraey. 

In a single reading ol your remarks I 
onlv disei»vemU>ne inaeeuraey in matter, 
which 1 suppose you took Inwu that p.tper. 
It is wIh re y.m say : "Tlie nudersignrd 
are unable to aprte with yon in the opin- 
ion vou have e.\pre<<seil that ti:e constitu- 
tion is dilKrrnr in time ol" insurrection or 
invasion Iroin what it Is in time of peace 
and public scciuit_\ ." A recurrence to 
ihe pafKjr will slu»w you that I hav»' not 
expressed the opinion you suiT])ose. I 
expressed the opinimi that the constitu- 
tion was dill'erent in its application in 
cases ol" rebellion or invasion, involving 
the public safety, fn.ni what it is in limes 
orproit)imd peace an»l public security; 
and this opinion I adhere, simply because 
by the constitution itscll things may be 
done in the one case which may not be 
done in the other. 

1 dislike to waste a won! on a merely 
personal point, but I iuu>t respect lidiy 
aHsnn- vou that you will find yourselves 
at fault shouhl you ever seek lor evidenci- 
to prove your assumption that I "op- 
posed in discussion lu-lore the people the 
policy of the .Mexican war." 

You sac •*K.\jiuiige fri>m the constitu- 
ti<>n this limitation upon the power of 
Congress to suspend the writ of /labean 
n»-j}u.f, and yet the other guaranties ot 
personal liberty would remain unchang- 
ed.'" Poubllf.is il this «-lanse ot the con- 
Bti'ution, improperly called, as I think, a 
liniitatii>n upon the power ol Congress, 
wert< expunged, the other guaranties 
would remain the same ; but the (ptes- 
tion is, not how those guaranties would 
stand with that clause out of the con>titu- 
tion. but how they stand with that clause 
remaining in it, in cases of rebellion or 
invasion involving the public safety. It 
the liberty could be indulge<l ol exj)ut)g- 
ingthat clause, letter and spirit, I really 
think the constitutional argument would 
be with you. My general view on this 
question was stateil in the Albany re- 
sponse, and heme 1 do not state it now. 
1 only add that, as seeirs to mo, the 
benelit ofihe writ of habean corpus is the 
great means through which the guaran- 
ties ol personal lil<erty are conserved 
and made available in the last resort : 
and corroberative ot this view is the fact 
that Mr. Vall.mdigham, in the very ease 
in <piPstion. under the advi^e ol able 
lawyers, saw not where else to go but to 
the lutbcus corpvs. Hut by the constitu- 
tion the l>enertt of the writ ol habeas cor- 
jrii$ itself may be sn-^p^nded when in 
cases of rebellion or invasion the publie 
safety may nnjuire it. 

You ask in substance whether I really 
claim that I may override all the guaran 
tied rights ot individuals, on the plea of 
conserving the public .safety, when I may 
choose to say the jtublic safety reipiires 
it. Tliis question, divested of the phra- 
seology calculated to represent me as 
Struggling tor an arbitrary personal pre- 
rogative, IS either a que.>tion irho shall 
decide, or an atlirmation that ;<o6o'/y shall 
decide, wh it the public satety does re- 
qiiin^ in eases of rebellion or invasion, 
'i'lie constitution eontem|)lates the (pies- 
tion as likely to occur lur decision, but it 
does not expressly declare who is to de- 
cide it By neces.sary implication, when 
rebellion or invasion comes, the decision 
is to be ma«le from time to time; and 1 
thiiTk the man whom, for the time, the 
people have, un«ler the constitution, made 
the eonunander-in-chiet of their army and 
navy, is the man who holds th.* power 
and bears the responsibility of making it: 
If he Uses the power justly, the same peo- 
ple will probably justify him ; if he aliu.ses 
It, he is in their hands, to be dealt with 
by all the modes they hive reserved to 
themselves in the constitution. 

Tlie earnestness with which you insist 
that persons can only in times of rebel- 
lion be lawfully dealt with in ac- 
cordance with the rules lor crimi- 
nal trials and punishments in times 
of peace, induces me to add a word to 
what I said on that point in the Albany 
response. You claim that men may, if 
they choose, embarrass those whose duty 
it is to combat a gian'. rebellion, and then 
be dealt with only in turn as it there were 
no rebellion. The military arrests and 
dutensions which have been made, includ- 
ing those of Mr. Vallandigham, which are 
not different in principle from the other, 
have been tor pretension, and not for 
punishment — as injunctions to stay injury 
— as proceedings to keep the peace — and 
hence, like proceedings in such cases, 
and for like reasons, they have not been 
accompanied with indictments, or trials 
by juries, nor in a single case, by any 
punishment whatever beyond what is 
purely incidental to the prevention. The 
original wiilence of imprisonment in Mr. 
Vallandighanrs case was to prevent in- 
jury to the military service only, and the 
modification of it was made as a less dis- 
agreeable mode to him of securing the 
same prevention. 

I am unable to perceive an insult to 
S Ohio in the case, of Mr. Vallandigham. 
Quite surely nothing of the sort was or is 
intended. I was wholly unaware that 
Mr Vallandigham was, at the time of hi.s 
arrest, a candidate tor the democratic 
nomination lor Governor until .so inform- 
ed by your n ading to me the resolutions 
ol U»e Convention. 1 am grateful to the 
state of Ohio lor many things, especially 
for the brave soldiers and ofli«ers «h(r has 
giren in the present national trial to the 
ar<iiies of the I nioii. 

You claim, as I understand, that accord- 
ing to my own position in the Albany n»s- 
p Mise. Mr. Vail u.dij. ham shouhl be re- 
leased; and this because, as you daim, 
be lias not damaged the niilitary service 
by discouraging enlistments, encouraging 
t' dos^ittons. op otherwi.ne ; j nd that it he 
■^* tiad be shoald have been turned over to 



iUthorltios. tiniler rd 
'ongnss! 1 certainly do no 
Mr. Vallandigham has specially aid by 
direct language adviseil against enli>t- 
I o Its and in favored tlesertion and rcsis- 
tiuce to dialling. \V«' all know that 
C imbinatioiis, armed in some instances, to 
resist the arrest of deserters, ln-gan seve- 
ral months ago; that more re«entl\ the 
like has appeared in resistai c • to the 
enrolment pri'paratory to a dralt ; and 
that quire a number of assassinations 
have occurred from the same animits. 
'] hese had to be met by military force, 
and this again has led to bIoo<lshed and 
death. And now, under a sense of re- 
.si>onsibility more we'glity and endini g 



t acts of ^iili 1»i 
now that bcarin|^ 



-(' Mu loJkUig III 
ana brave mien, 
close lilting uniform and 
mounted on tine but thin I 



of martial 

clad in gray, 

yreiich caps. 

lorses They 




wu baVi 

Ildoker 

doftilittMrnlittou^Hiai^Riro prescribed 
Hooker felt that the numei-ous and ma- 
were conducted, blinilfoldcd, to the tent lignant cabals which had been foni 6 1 
of Ceil. A. Smilh, whose Iront they had against lum,,frqm the hour he frankly and 
entered, lie ps;'orted them to the tint honoralJv^-stified the truth against Mc- 
ot (Jen. Stephen IUirl»ridge. to remain , Clellan, had grown to be too powerful a 
until Ills return fuinitlu- quarters of (ien. ; tire to withstand, ami it at o^nce became a 
Crant, five miles away. I'hey conversed | serious question jirith h\ti patrotisin, 
of ohi times im»re than of the present, whel her the ])erplexity. co bined wiili 
'I'heir names were Cen«iid Howeii. ol I't. the dilleruuccv under which he and the 
Cibson memory, and Col. Montgomery, Admiiii.stration couM not work, did not 
of Virginia. ' | <lciiiand that he should wave the baton to 

At\er taking a glass of wine, (Jeneral a hand, which would not be tramnl. d by 
Bowen remarked tliat his bandage was "Ueh variances and obstacles i' The 
um'omfortal»le, us it was very warm. 



tlian any which is merely official, 1 sot 
emnly declare my belief that this himl- 
ranee ol tlie military, including maiming 
and murder, is due to tlie coui>e in which 
Mr VallaDdigham has been eng.iged, in 
a greater degree than tt> any other cause, 
ami is due to him personally in a greater 
degrte than any other man. 'I hese 
ihmgK have been notorious, known to all. 
and, ot course, known to Mr. Vallandig- 
ham. IVrhaps 1 would not be wrong to 
say that they originated with his especial 
friends and adliwrcnts. With pcrfc'ct 
knowledge ot them, he has iretjuenlly. it 
not constautly, made speeches in t 'on 
gress and belore popular assemblies ; and 
it it can be shown that with these things 
scaring him in the face, he has ever utter- 
ed a word ol rebuke or counsel against 
them, it will be a la«-t greatly to his favor 
with me, and one of which, as yet, I am 
totally Ignorant. When it is known that 
tliu whole burden of his speeches has 
been to stir up men against the prosecu- 
tion ot the war, and that in 
the midst of resistance to it, he 
has not been known in any 
instance to i-t>uiisel against such resi.-t- 
anc*-, it 18 next to impossible t») ii't>el the 
infcnnce that he has counselled directly 
in favor of it. With all this Ijctore their 
eves, the C«uivention you represent have 
nominated Mr. Vallandigham for (iovcr- 
nor of Ohio ; and both they and you have 
declared the jiurposc to sustain the na- 
tional L nion by all constitutional means. 
But, of course, they and you, in com- 
mon, rcservi^ to yourselves to decide^ 
what art! constitutional means, and, unlike 
the .\ll>any meeting, you omit to state or 
intimate that in opinion an army is a c«)ii- 
stitutional means of saving the I'nion 
a>;ainst a rebellion, or even to intimate 
that you are conscious of an exising rc- 
bellii>n being in pn>gress with the avowed 
object of destn)\ing that very Union. At 
the same time your nominee for (Jovcrnor, 
in wh M'. behalf you appeal, is known to 
you anil to tlx' world to declare against 
the use of any army to suppress the re- 
bellion. Your own attitude, tlierclbre, 
encourages desertion, resistance to the 
draft and the like, because it teaches 
those who incline to desert and to es- 
cape the draft to lielieve it is yi^ur purpose 
to protect them, and to hope that you will 
become strong enough to do so. After a 
short personal intercourse with you, gen- 
tlemen of the Committee, I cannot say 1 
tiiink vou desire this ctFect to follow your 
attitmlc, but I assure you that both 
friends and enemies of the Union look 
upon it in this light. It is a substantial 
hope, and by conse<pience, a real stn ngth 
to the enemy. It is a false hope, and 
«>ue which vou wouhl willingly dispel. 1 
Will make the way exceedingly easy . 1 
send you duplicates of tliis letter in order 
that jou. or a majority, may, il you 
choose, endorse your names ujion one of 
them, and return it thus emloiscd to m-, 
with the understanding that tliose ^igtling 
are tliereby committed to the following 
propositions, ami to notlung else : 

1 . That there is now a rebellion in the 
I'nited States, the object and tendency of 
which is to «'esiroy the National I'nion; 
and that, in your opinion, an army antl 
navy are constitutional means for sup- 
pressing that rebellion. 

2. That no one of you will do anything 
which, in his own judgment, will tend to 
hinder the increase, or favor the decrease, 
or lessen the etUeiency of the army or 
navy, while engaged in the effort to sup- 
l>ress that rebellion ; and, 

a That (^ach of you will, in his sphere, 
do all be can to have the officers, soldiers, 
and seamen of the army and navy, while 
engaged in the effort to suppress the re- 
bellion, paid, fed, clad, and otherwise 
well provided and supported. 

And with the further understanding 
that, upon receiving the letter and names 
thus endorsed. I will cause them to be 
published, which publication shall be, 
within itself, a revocation ot the order in 
relation to Mr. Vallandigham. 

Il will not escape observation that I 
consent to the release of Mr. Vallamlig- 
ham upon terras, not embracing any 
pledge Irom bim or from others, as to 
what he will or will not do. I do this be- 
cause he is not present to speak for him- 
self, or to authorize others to speak for 
hiin ; and hence, I shall expeit that on 
returning, he would not put himself prac- 
tically in antagonism with tbe position ot 
bis friends. But I do it chiefly because 
1 thereby prevail on other influential gen- 
tlemen of Ohio to so define their posi- 
tion as to be of immense Taluc to the ar- 
my — thus more than compensating for the 
conserjiiences of any mistake in allowing 
Mr. V allandigham to return, so that on 
the whole the public safety will not have 
siitl'ered by it. Still, in re.ard to Mr. 
Vallandigham and all others, I musthere- 
after, as heretofore, do so much as the 
public safety may seem to require. 

1 have the honor to be, nispeotfully 
yours, etc. A. Lincoln. 
— ■ ♦ « ♦ « ♦ 

TUB CAPTURE Or VICKSBURO. 



Cen. Burbridge ha«l it nnloosctl. 

After more than an hour's conversation 
their answer came, and tliey were again 
blimllblded and leturcd to (heir own 
works. 

Still the men sat in silence. Not a 
gnn was fut d in that part ol the works. 
All wondered what it ine.int. 

The purport of (be n b^l inessase was 
this : 

'•(Ikx. CuAXr — To prevent the far- 
ther elliision of blootl and loss ot life, I 

prop«)se that hostilities cca.se for 

hours, ami that you appoint three com- 
missioners ami 1 three, to conler upon 



iiiii- 

1 c have seen bow be dettided, .lud we I ] 
t Minally know, Iroiu frequent cjuver a- 



B^ASX yitEIGHX LIIVE 

OWNKl» AND MAXAtiKU BV TUB 

Oompanj^. 



conditions of surrender, though 1 can hold 
out inderinitely.'" 

To which (l«-ii. Grant repH»'d : 

"As to votir lirst propo.sition, it is for 
von to decide at any time As to the .sec- 
ond. I see no necessity iov that, as there 
can be no coiulitious ol' suricnder. We 
can all l>ear testimony to yoiy endiiraiici- 
and bravery, and will treat you with all 
the respect diu' prisoners of war." 

(ien. IVmberton then soli«-itcd a p«r- 
soual interview, which w.is granted by 
Gen. Grant. 

At .'» r. M. the latter, with his stall', ap- 
peared on the hills wheie our advance 
works wer«^ lien- the party halted until 
(ien. I'emberton appeared, aceonipaiiied 
by Gin. Bowi n and Col. Moiugomery. 
(in the crest of the opposite hills were 
rille pits and torts crowdetl with men In 
the space between, in a grove i»l fruit 
trees, tigs, and peaches, met the i-onti-nd- 
iiig heroes. Thousands of soldiers look- 
ed upon the strange scene. 

The men who had lieeii Lieutenants in 
the same reginicnt in Mexico, now met as 
foes, with all the world looking upon 
them, the one his country's glory, the 
other his country's shame. 

When they had approached within a 
W'w feet, there was a hdt and a silence. 
f\A. Montgomery spoke : "Gen. (Jrant, 
Gen. rembcrton.'' They shook hands 
politely. 

It was evident tl'.at Pemberlon was 
mortified. He said: " I was at .Monterey 
and Buena A'ista. We had terms and 
conditions there." Gen. Grant here took 
him aside and they sat down on the gniss, 
and talked more than an hour. Grant 
smoked all the time. IVmberton played 
with the grass and pulled leaves. 

What was said (luring that conference 
can only be judged Irom result.'*. Alter 
a little' more than an hour, terms were 
agreed upon, and the Confederate."? sur- 
renilered. 

It was arranged that the Federal forces 
should enter at !'► a. m. next day. the fth 
of .'uly The rebels were all to be par- 
oled on the spot, liut surrender arms, «S:e. 
The officers were to be allowed to retrtin 
their horses and four days' rations, to be 
taken Irom the Contederale stores. This 
was certainly as much as General Grant 
could consent to grant to prisoners yet 
liable to exchange. It was polii-y, per- 
haps, not to subsist the rebels in so large 
number, or to endeavor to transport them 
at once to the North. Our work is to 
pursue and punish, and not to feed and 
fetch an<l carry tlie enemy. 

From i'O.LMX) to .*'.I>,(>(X> prisoners, by 
this arrangement, fell into Grant's hands, 
along with their small aims, foils, de- 
fenses, guns, &c., Ac, ot the garrison 
at Vicksburg. Cannon are plenty, and 
in quality equal to the best in the Con- 
leu eiaey. 

At lU A. M., on the 4th— of the truly 
glorious Fourth — thrice glorious — as 
agreed. Gen. Stetde's division marched 
into and garrisoned the <'ity, the band 
playing national airs. Kvery soldier's 
iieart was too full for utterance, and the 
old I'nion emblem floated above them. 
This flag was soon .seen, in its own be- 
lov«*<l colors, aliove the buildings where 
of late only rebel ensigns bad met the 
breeze. Vicksburg was in loyal posses- 
sion once more. 

Not long after formal possession had 
been taken of the city. Col. M.irkland 
made his entrance and took charge ol tin; 
I'lwtoflice, ami procee<led at once to es- 
tablish Federal mail routes with the rest 
of the world. 



tioiis III the camp with (ien. Hooker, h t 
Meade was his chosen (ieneral, amon^ all 
the i-orps commanders of the Army ol tl.e 
J'otoinac. Tliat soldier whom he so gen- 
erously characterizes in his farewell ad- 
ilre.ss, as "a br^ve and accoui|>lisheil of- 
ficer, who has nobly earned tbe contidenci^ 
and esteem of the army on many a well 
fought field," was his choice for a sm"- 
cessor — nay, named by bim, at Wash- 
ington, as we learu, even during 
his last visit, in case personal mis- 
hap should befall bim on tlie battle field. 
Small consolation, therefore, will it be lor 
tlie unworthy crew, who in the interest 
of a chieftain entirely unknown to battle, 
have been endeavoring to destroy his 
usefulness aud to touch bim with undue 
reproach, to know this fact. 

(ieneral Hooker retires like a gentle- 
man and patriot, and the i-ountry will find 
that the sword which has flashed rellected 
glory on the escutcheon of the nation, at 
Palo Alto, Kesaca, Cerro Gorgo, Chepul- 
tepec, and all the battles of the A''alley of 
Mexico, which was a beacon for despair- 
ing courage in the fights of the peninsula 
when dastard leaders were shrinking in 
their distant tents, and which was the 
tailing aTolite that at once left doubt and 
darkness upon tbe struggle |at Antietam, 
will again be loyally devoted to its serv- 
ice at Baltimore or any where this supe- 
rior commander may choose to indicate. 

Whatever, therefor*', malice may ob- 
tain of joy, out ol this spectacle, it is at 
lil)erty to garner and put out an interest. 
For ourselves, though we deplore tbe cir- 
cumstances which have brought about the 
retirement from leadership of the man 
whom we regard as the most brilliant 
soldier of tbe war, we have nothing to re- 
gret in our repeated advocacy of his 
claims and fitneos for tbe chief command. 
His deeds are with the country. 

In addition to tbe exploits of bis earlier 
caiiq 
retrc 

iiock, his brilliant surprise of Lee and 
masterly extric tion of our forces aftei 
inflicting upon the enemy a vastly supe- 
rior lo«s, and the three great leaps of 
twenty miles a dav. with a hundred thou- 
sand men, by which he prevented Lee 
from pouring his legions upon Washing- 
ton through tbe paps of the Blue Ridge, 
are supports enough to justify all that 
we have urged ; and to fully warrant the 
eulogiiim of Meade, which characterizes 
him as the eminent soldier whose glorious 
canor will always be inseparable from 
I he honors of the Armv of the Potomac. 



Ob snd afler this datfl,^ b/ opecial arratiRpment, 

The iHerchants' Dispatch 

will receive and forward from thl« city to New 

Vurk and UoittoiifrelKlitii requiring quick 

traudportatiun, at 

I^iower XC.a.ten £iiicl in 
IBetter Time, 

Than can In* obtained by any othor route or con- 

veyancc except the regular Expreea, by 

paa^eiigcr train.f. 



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clo8ei«t buyers. I>eoeiaber 1, lb42 



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CONKKRKXCK BETWEKN GRANT AND PKM- 
UKRTOX — irN'CO.NDITIONAL .St;URKM>KU 
AOUKKM UPON — 2<I.U<KJ PRISONKIt.S TA- 
KK.\, WITH AN IM.MKNSK tit'ANTITY <tr 
.SMALL All.MS AND FIVE I{IKLRI> »ATTKK- 
IKS — rtlK KIOIIKL PKI80NERS PAROLKl). 



DiCKEV, Vl( INITY 

•1. — Vicksburg has 



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Steamer John IL 

OF ViCKSHt'UO, July 
surrendered. 

The name of Gen. Grant is now insep- 
arably (connected with our national birth- 
day. We entered the city at 10 a. m. of 
that day, and at high noon the flag grace* 
fully waved forgiveness for the past. 

(3ver l'0,0<)() prisoners were taken, with 
small arms innumerable, and the finest 
rifled batteries in the Confederate ser- 
vice. 

At about 7 A. .M. of July 3d, a flag of 
truce was seen upon the rebel breast- 
works. An officer was sent to receive it. 
All firing ceased, and thousands of men 
thronged the parapets to see tbe foe with 
wluMii they had contended for 42 days, 
each concealed Irom tbe other. 'I'lie 
men, on l)0>b sides, gazed in wonder- 
ment. No arms were visible, only men, struggle is mainly a political campaign, 
and the earthworks were alive. In some to have been t'apable of a translatiou 
salients where we thought ibere might be erpial to tbe sterner features of the crisis. 
iO tiere seemed* 100. All looked like It is in that respect, chiefly, we are infe- 
n e I who labor in mills or lime quarries, rior to the rebels, and that, while w<i are 
Mou bed hats, shirts and pants were the shifting and shearing an«l shelving Gene- 
un form. But little was said, though in rals. on considerations of patronage and 
some places the men were not more than equipoise, vro are ]H^etrated almost to 
Un or fifteen feet apart. the marrow by tfie Confederate sword. 

The bearers of dispatches to our Gen- There is another icason, beside ibo ones 



n«tlr«iii<>«t of Hooker. 

From Wllke.t' Sp'rit of the Times. 

The Government, if not rewarded with 
any great warlike triumphs, is at least 
successful in administering surprises to 
the country. The cards bave once more 
lieen shifted in its military progranime, 
and the car»l turns upon Major General 
George (». Mirade, as Commander of the 
Army of the Potomac, in ])la<e of Major 
(ieneral Jo.oeph Hooker, lelieved. No 
rea.soiis are given to the public, in con- 
nection with the une.\|>ej'teil act; but it 
is said, by those who tiah lor whispers in 
the bubbling aunospliere about headquar- 
ters, that (ieneral Hooker is relieved at 
his own request. We have no reasons 
to believe that this statement is substanti- 
ally correct, and though the change comes 
upon us so suddenly, we were not entire- 
ly unprepared for its reception, lioiii 
tacts which have been in our possession 
for the last two weeks. 

These facts are entirely honorable to 
General Hooker, and will not, in the 
hast affect his soldierly repuiation, or 
alter the opinions ent«-rtaiued by the judi- 
cious, that of all men he was the best 
(pialitied to direct the military fortunes of 
the Army of tbe I'otomac;. His views, 
however, were in some essential points, at 
variance with the views of the Adminis- 
tration, and he i*c<jnired a sco|»e ot au- 
thority over the forces in Virginia, which 
seems to have virtually grown into the 
(piestion ot his stay. The object of Gen- 
eral Hooker was, to have a compact and 
homogeneous mat hinc, responding in all 
its parts to the impulse given from the 
center, and ca]>able by «juick agreement 
and spontaneous sympaihy of action, of 
counteracting wrtli exactitude and vigtir, 
the vast co-operations of the splenuid 
force of Lee. 

TIm'sc were tbe aspirations pundy of a 
soldier, and their obje t was siuiidy " well 
made and reasoning wjir,'* and it is to be 
regi-etted that the I'resident is not snfli- 
cientlv disabused of the idea that our 



TIME aUAR-ANTEED. 



AH lihipDientf) rec(>ived at door of cliipperand de 
livcn>dat destliiatiou 

FREE OF CARTAGE. 



paigns. his superb management ot the 
L-at of llurnsidc across the liappahan- 



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Trnilrr ot the "Olivf Braach." 

The Harrisbur<J Union, organ of the 
'Nlemocracy'' of the capital of Pennsylva- 
nia, in publishing the news of General 
Meade's victory, proposes that the "olive 
branch" should now be held out to the 
southern jieople. In other words, whde 
the thunder of rebel cannou is still rever- 
berating along the Penn.sylvania valleys, 
and hundreds and thousands of our sa- 
cred and mangled heroes, smitten down 
in defending Pennsylvania soil and 
the life of the nation, are coming up 
in gliastly columns from the bloody field, 
" democracy," overlooking all their noble 
service and careless of the dangers they 
have averted, deliberately proposes that 
the nation shall ofTer a truce, arresting 
onr victorious army in its pursuit of tbe 
flying foe to enable him to consider pro- 
positions of peace which, crippled as be 
is, he would be sure to reject with scorn I 

The men who can propose at this junc- 
ture a course of action so humiliating as 
that favored by this Harrisburg organ can 
seem only in tlie eyes of rebels, more 
contemptible than they will certainly 
appear in the eyes of tbe loyal soldiery 
whose courage has saved their homes and 

fields from desolation. 

» « ♦ » ♦ 

Terrible Iliot In Ht. I.o«U— Fite Per- 
sona Killed Msd Twelre Ifounded. 

A very serious disturbance, resulting 
in loss of life, occurred at Hyde I'ark, 
St. Louis, on the 4th. The lessee of tbe 
Park had advertised an entertainment, 
which was largely attended, quite a num- 
ber of paroled soldiers f)eing among those 
present. Considerable ill-feeling had pre- 
viously existed between the lessee and 
the soldiers, which, when some of the 
latter became excited with tbe liquor 
which was freely sold, culminated in a 
row. A fight commenced between the 
barkeeper and persons whom be was 
waiting on, terminating in the bar-room 
being completely gutted. The police, 
who interfered, were savagely assaulted, 
and the melee gradually extended all over 
the grounds, much to the terror of the 
numerous women and children who were 
present. 

The fact that the ascension of a balloon 
with a horse attached, which bad been 
advertised, ditl not seem likely to come 
oil', and tbe swindling practiced in rela- 
tion to reserved seats lor the spectators, 
also contrib ted to increase tbe anger of 
the tipsy crowd. The balloon was set on 
fire and some firebrands thrown upon a 
fire, going otV in a remarkable style. A 
squad of soldiers next appeared on the 
scene, who made a rush upon the depre- 
dators who did not leave their work, and 
were then fired on. Four men were shot 
dead and about a dozen other persons, 
including a woman, were more or less 
seriously wounded. Some of the victims 
were inofTensive persons Tbe whole af- 
fair seems decidedly mixed, from the ac- 
count of the Demorrat, which we con- 
dense, and it remains for the Military 
Commission who are to investigate it, to 
award the respective share of blame to 
dillerent paitics. 



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An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

Gum Blankets, (iiim Pouches, Hum Coats, (Jum Talmas (lum 

A\ ad ill 2 Boots, etc., cICm 

ALSt), ALL SORTS OF LEATHKll TR.WELING CONVENIENCES. 



The well known reputation of this I Ine in trans- 
porting Weiftward bound busineH<«, during 
tlie lH.st ten yearii, will be 

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That all contracts made by it, will l>e faitlifully 
carried out. 



The Merchants' Dispatch 

Ih also prepared to offor increased facilities, both 
in tiu.e and mtcs, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our frelghtu are transported by Kinigraiitand 

fast F'reiglit Kxpreso train.-i, an'i bandied by 

our own men ut all puiuts of traubfer. 

Claims for I.oases Hnil DantMS-e* will 

Ue promptly' ta«IJu«t«U m( thia 

Office. 

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January 11, \^^^:^. — ly. 



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SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

sujviimek ^vi^K a]x gem k:st. 

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8t. 



& H. C. BURBANK & CO., 

^fronts. 
Paul, .lune 18tli. I8<«. jelli-rJm 



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A^ A 

NEW JEMELRT STOKE, 




Four doora below THOMPSON & BROTHER'S 

Hank, and next door Itelow SHAW'S 

Fa«biooable Hat Store, 

On Tliii«<l fStreet, 

Can be seen splendid ' 

8ILVEK TEA SETS, CAKE BASKETS, ICE 
PITCHERS, CASTORS, 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Opal and Ruby Ring:i, Solid Ooid £ar- 
Rings and Pins in sets, 

FroiM #1S to 0SO. 

$10,000 worth of BETH TIIOHAS CLOCKS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
Tli08e wishing to supply tliemselve* with a per- 
fect Clock, will buy the SETH THOMAS 
CLUCK of 

X. B.— The Cheap American Gothic Clock, at 
Factory prices. All warranted to run well. 



5:45 

11:30 

5 :0() 



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M. 



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C:20 A. M. 
•Mo M. 
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12 
"5: 



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8:00 A. M. 
2:00 p. M. 
6 :00 P. M. 



Arrive at St. Paul. 

8:35 A. M. 
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C :.35 p. M. 



€jrru«»ral Supci*iiitcuclcut. 



THE GALENIC IXSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 




AXl» 



AH AfiVrtions of the 

Oi'«aiis. 



Trinary and (iencrative 
ki\ iVc. 



Vt. 1 he method of tr.'aTinont adopted 
aiid .\i:i<'iicaii lio-pita!<. 'I lie atJfiidiiig 
\^ iilioiit dcgrailii g it inio finpxri- 



il. 



Tins lii.^titution wa.« organised under a fpecJal charter in 1 
Is ilic Mtmi' :i> thai emplo <d in f" b('-r Kn-ncli. Kncli-li 
phyxician i.s a •egiiiar cmd'a'e of f ne C,.lL-gii^i^nli<i t.kinn.^i 

< iiUii. a-i i< |>iacticod liV Miix'Tiisip;,' <lir..c'N-, ■' i^»nii< r f^ulFi-nr- , " ami '• Im-iu'vo'-'iiI ap-u< ia'ioii 
like iticoni. < ivial»>. Vidal. l!uiti<>tea.l. tec, tia.^ niadetliiii brundi of .Surgtrt a «iM*ciali(y ruriuv the 
past li-ii years and i» i>r«-j>ar<*d to ^'ivc l>ali<'»u^• a.- good tit:.tiHi<'nt »s tli^y ct^uld obtain iu KH.<t>'rn 

Cities. 

I'be olUoe is arranged io separate aparrmoiitf . so tliat tho.<e w ho de.-ire can CJ>n?!Uii «ho doctor w ith 
tlx^ uiin'>-t privai V. Tlio Ill^titlltp i.^ ]»rovk'ed wiiha .">'./""'"'•" ''""f'-r niPi^iii ine the v.ta" capMritj.and 
Prof >c\irfh-r's.i'tinff>)iu/t'i''ttJ,--n for •le.elopiug ihc niu>cu!ar systcin in .'^eniiual VV.-;ikii<-ss and 
ot''or wast'iig disca-es ; al o an ini|irovcd appanitu:.^ aiid :ili tlit* ajip iauc •- for ailniiii'.-li'iiiig AwHcn- 
tfff h'umiwitlon Hoths, now .so ceii'itKited in Europe lor tli.-riire ui ^yp t.litic oiM-af*-*. 

V»'hil«' i (■rc-*ritM' lor a I kinds of di.-«'B«<"'. nUfntion is pivi-ii iiioie <.j,Moial!> to thf foUowinp :— 
Syp'd ii», ill n!I its «tages: tj inorrlio-a : <•'(••_•."; ."^tricnire; Alfertions i-l t e Kidneys, iSladd>-r. &c. ; 
livdroof'le, or Dropsy of tlif Scioluin, V:uicAo le, and ■►ilitr di^- asc' of tl.e ■|<'.«iic •-« an * <'ord: 
i;fn'uiiia ism. Piles, '■istii'a. an<1 Di-(':i-;es .f !!'«• I.'i>ctuiii am! Aiiiis:ai:d ull complaints pi-ciiliar to 
Keraalei". Als", '•permatorrUifia, or ,Srw*w«f/ Hm/.-/)f»/f, Jv-r which uur t.-eatmeui ia duh admitted :u 
he even more succi »fi.l than iliat of Lal.t inaiid. of .vioiitpelii-r. 

PATIEN'IS Ai A OIMaN*;!*.. — rr«^!ea 0> correi'iM>ndenci'..ind M>vli<iu«fi Bent under seai to cur»» 
anv case at h«»nie. Full narliiuiars luiiii.-Iitcl on at»|'i'Calit'U by litrcr. 

Jl'>r Priti.i-'irKP— llie Vf»th edfti n of onr Afirhc.tl /?ry/r>i-f. cintnining 70 pagejj and numeroiix 
eiigraviii([s,tieiitingon Ihe above diseases; Sent loany addfe-s ou riucipt of price, l.ict.. AlrO, iu 
press, and iiearh r adv, the "-.'ud edition of ctir larte work on V.-iiereji >urpery . 

49>Otfice in Conctrr Hall Block, near the Post OUtce. « :«usal::itionc can l»e had from t» A.K. to 1 
r. *i, Sundays y to lO .\. M. All l.nlero .'-Lijulo In; directeo to 

THE GALENIC TVSTITUTE, 

1,,, Box IW ) Saint l*8ul. Minn-s-TH 



A FiXK AosoRT.MKNT of tlic American 

manufactured Watch adjusted to heat and cold, 
and the roost perfect timer made. A. BLAKE- 
MAN sella them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake the place, lie sure that you call in at 
THENEW JEWELRY STORE. apl^-ly 



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A Girl to Cook, Wash, &a, in a small family. 
Nane but a competent person need apply to 

BOOKSTORE, 



In the 



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POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



TTATCH'S BATTALION ! 

RECRUITS WANTED. 
^40 Bounty ! 

BOARD 



STRONG'S CARPET HALL, 

226 Third Street, Rogers' Block 

Where will be found a lar^e asaortment of 

Carpets,Oil Cloths, Mattingg, 

CURTAIN AND SHADE MATERIALS, 

MATTUei4!iK«, rKATHI«8,WAM.PAPKK,*r-,|IOj5 

New Uooda consUktIy arriving tod sold «« 

low as the lowest. 

UPnOLSTERlNO DOKK TO onDER. 

m«rl21y M. •. •I»OW*». 



TRANSPORTATION AND 
WILL BE PAID. 



The men will bo enlisted for three years or 
during the Indian War on our frontier. This 
enlutin^nt avoids the draft, which should be a 
f(reat inducement to those subject to tht-' same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBl.IX. 

Comer of Seventh and Jackson-sts., 

JeaStf St. Paul. 

BOOTsa; Sc SHOES 



AT 



VERY LOW PRICES, 



AT 




THE fUEAP CASH STORE A 
LITTLE AHEAD. 



Vor RMtKt. }VIicr. lIoachoK. «wt«. tte^l 
Du;r*, .llutb« in l-'ui-a. 4V«M>ll«'ii%, •&'<* . 
ln»«*craon flMnrii. ft'oHla. .4iiiinMla. Ac 

Futiininii">c,5<'>c.snd* : 15 'xe*. Br»ttle<!nidKli5ks 
$.'Jand $jfor//K/c/.«, /'iii'lic /iistUiitioiis. ij-r. 

'■Only iiifdliible remedies known." 
" I'fee from Poi-ons " 
" Not danjrer.Tus to the Human Family." 
" Hats cotne out of their holes to die.'"' 

49* Sold Wholesale in alHa'-fte cities. 
>>oid hv all Druggists and Ketailers erervwiiere. 
4S» ! I ! BkwakV ! ! ! of all worthless imitations. 
4Ki~See that " Cost ar'h" names is on each Box, 
Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 

«7-Addrrs8 HEXItY N. CO.HTAR. 

«#- Pici«iCii»AL DkpuT -iSi B OAI V \v, N. Y. 
«-Soldby DAY & JKNK«. 

WlKrtesale and Retail Agents, 
ap-IO-dScwem St. Paul, Minne.-oia. 

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PAl ENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
PATENT SUGAR CANK MILLS, 

PATRvr sric\H (^oii. kvapokators, 
PATENT STAMP MILLS 

FOR 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and description 
prices, &c. ; also, . 

SAW MILLS. FLOUEIXG MILLS 

ANn MAC1U2IERV OF AI.L l>KSrRIPTIONS, 

Too numerous to mention. 
CHICAGO, - • Illinois. 

P. W. GATES, Pw»rfdent. 
N. B. Airenta wanted everywhere., 
mrr^diwiv 

book: bitvoei^y 

A!»n 

Blank Book Manufactory. 



THE PEOPLE SAY THEY CAN BUY 

DRY GOODS 

A. Lit tie Clioaper at 

'•The riieap Cash Slore;' 

THAN ANY OTHER PLACE IN TOWN. 

If you do not believe it, "COME AND i>LK, " 

We have a splendid atock of 

iDR^ESs ooor>s, 

LAWNS, PRINTS, HOOP SKIRTS, BALMO- 

n.\LS, Cl.OTH.s, CASSIMEKES, 

And all kinds of 

rant J aud Doniesllc (iOod<«. 

Whicli we will be glad to show to anv wishing to 
purchase. Remember the plac«, 

No. 218 Third Street, 

NEXT DOOR lO X. W. EXPRESS OFFICF. 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

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STANDARD 

SCALES 

OF ALL KIITDS. 

Also, WarehonseTrucks, L«tti« 
Pn^sses, &.C., ttc, 
'aTrBANKS. OREKN LEAF * CO.. 
' , Vt Lakq ttlreet, ChicaBO. For attle lo St. Paul. 
by.K C. Ik H.C. HurnHO. a Co. 
Pe oarefUl to buy only the (eaulne. Jeli^wly 




THe Pross l:»i*iiitlnjBr Oo. 

Have in successAiI operation th« largest and most 
comp'ete Bindery in Minnesota, embraciiig t he 

a e»tmndino«t Improved machinery. ■ Employing 
only competent and^carefui worlcmen ai d u.-ing 
the best aterial, they hope to continue to give 
Mtisfkction to all. 

PAPER RULEiT'tO ORDER. 

AND TO ANT I'ATTERX, 

LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNAL", COM 
MKRCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BLAxNK BOOKS OF EVERY KLNP, 

MADE IX TIIK UICST MANNKR. 

Old Boolis I^e Boixnd 

MAGAZINES, I'EIilODICAI^, 
M XJ8IC, ^f .. *<'•» 

Bound in Any Style Desired, 

Fi^m the lowest priced work to tlie bichest ••>ie 
.H «r,theart. 



Ofllccrs' Ca-valr^r "Baot^, 

OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 

OfIicei*s' Zouaves, 

AND FOR PRIVATF-S EVERY KIND 

OF 

BOOT & SHOE, 

CAN BE FOUXD AT 

«r.n. J. SMITH A ro.'». 

plO.NEER FOUNDRY AN D 
AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of Vitth and Pike stre.>t«. 
This ostabllshment is now in fUll o|>eratl«>n,fta 
is prepared to tVruish all kinds of 
IRON AND BRASS 

CASTINGS, FMRcnXO, kc, 
at the lowest Eastern rates, via, H<-av> Mi!l cast 
ings. Columns. Sash weights, tirate Bar«. *<l«'ig|j 
ilioes, Ac, tlHve cent?' per pound. Brass cast- 
ings. Babbit metal, -^ to .*' cents f«T |ioiin<l. 
CAthe work fX.OO per day. Partieular artontio i 
given to Steam Kngine and Itoilcr work. Tlire»h 
Ing Machine repairing |>romptlv atTend<*d To. 

steam Knginesand IU>ilors,Thr«'sluii^ luacfiin*^, 
new and second banded, for sale or exch«iig«> 
serylow. 

OILMAN & BUSH NELL. 
ST. Paitl. Jely Mh, lnn-i. <x\y 



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JRE/^VT-s ESTATE, 

SAINT PAUL, ML\M<«S()TA. 
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OFKICB— AIMOlNINli IHK BKIIK3K. 

Trr««:-1>AILY I'KKSS— Hy mall, ♦.'♦.00 p..r 
iiniiuiii, or roc {>*^r mouth iiivaruibly i» ailvtmct. 

rillWKKKLY I'KKSS-*.^ por^uum ; #'.»..W 
torMKinoiitliK; ♦l.J5for tlir»'einouT)i»! ttve coin 
let. to oil.' »iWre.H*, ♦^..K) «aih ; ten do., #4 caoh. 

^V^KKl.Y rUhUSS— On** copy, one year, ♦'.i; 
five o-- nioiv, ♦l.r."»t'ach; ten or more, to one md- 
dr.-si, ♦i.iWfftch; twoaly or n>or«',toonp ftdOnJUH, 
f l..')o>'acli. 

.% THR DAftl.1: PWBMS. 

Oiu> Squaro. Kach add. Siiuare. 

..jiOrtO #0 40 

t{ I ur»M' niin»« I 50 <<> 
t *lxdav^ ..■•! "0 1 '"• 

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n*"*" uKtici •■», uiitUJv.Tti««'iufiit*f«>llowiiiK iuimf 
iiiat.lv jirr.T loijal in*tt.«ron the fourth puKi". one' 
hair additional , , ki 

•J. S.'Oiiiid pa?<», and speciil place and double 
'oTiiiiin ad»«Tti*«iiieniit,aiid aUvertiHein<'ut.s witli 
cut<>, one tliird additional. 

:t. Advortisiiiifutichaniceableat plea-^ure rated 
A-i ill -No. I, and * to p.'r annum additionallor 
cii:iii«.-t. (All.liiii«e^ rattMlat lOcentt p'T^'lU'^^'- 
ifpiiUnadvau.-.'; c»iarKedon<lu'book*, rictfut*.) 

» l.ooil nolic !* 10 cent* per line for Hrst tea 
\\n<'* or under, ana flvc cents per liuo for each ad- 
ditional line. . „ . , 

5. .\.|verti«enient» in l»ally and weekly, one- 
hal*' aldiiiaual to the Dallv rate. 

a. Adverii-Tiiient-" in Weekl alone. 75 cent* 
p.T I'lU^re for fl-!<t insertion, and C , wntaper 
Miiiare for .sul)senu-uf insertion.^, for any p.>riod 
wicliiu thre.- inoatli.t ; over three months, one- 
third l.-'s than Dailv rates. 

:. Legal ind tiovernuient advertisement*, .5 
cents per s.piare for the li-st insertion, and .1? '■t 
cents (HT -.iuar«> for each utlditlonal insertion. 

S. Mtorn.'Vs o deriujf in legal atlvertisoments 
■re reif irded' a» aewuutable for the cost of the 
same, iinless there is a special aKreeinent to 
charsje the -ame toanother part> . 

V. No oaperglven In connection w ith advertising. 

~i»- I'. .M<-.VnK,at Minneapolis, and Wktmokk 
O'UiUKN, at St. Anthony, will act as Agents in 
.irculating the U.vii.Y I'KKSs in their re-tpfctlve 
towns. 

ARK STILL OKKERISO 

run GRKATKST INniTESIEN'TS TV THE 

DRY <;OODS MARKET. 

Our otock 0f 

DRESS GOODS 

I.S TIIK MOST ATTBACTIVK IN THF CITY, 

Comprising all the 

L.A.TEST STVLES 

>V ENGLISH AND FRENCH 

TVorntecl Oo<>d«, 

I« Cherts Strii>es, Klfures, aud Plain. 
U.SLIN AS'D CHADI DE LAINES. 

Lawns and (Irjjandirs, kt. 

Which wp are selling at 
GREAT BAnGA^IXS. 

We have a spleadLi line of 

Bradley's nnrivalled Hoop Skirt u. 

For Ladieii, MIsm. i; and Chlldrpn; 

SPUING AX ft SirMMEH 

«rhich wc make a specialty of, alway« keeping a 
haodsoiuc asHortmcnt. 

In H h a w Is , 

We can suit the most fa<>tldiou^. In qaality, pat- 
tern and price, having a beautiful »<«iort- 
ment of 

CHECKS, STRIPES, AND STELLA 

In the Mlddlvspx, Poacedale, and Scotch. 

We have the 

CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF 

EMBROIDEKIES, 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS, 



LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS, 

We wonld say that we have a large stock of 

D01IE3TIC3, in DENIMS, STRIPES, SHEET- 

INE3, PRINTS and COTTOVADES, tc, 
Which we will sell at a 

8]ȣA.L.L. ADVANCE 

On present New York prices for CASH. 

Hogran Sc Camp, 

api^o-tf Hi Third-*i 



1863. 



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Summor Arranflrement. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

OARRTI&O THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPBESS 

A!(D THB 

Unttecl StAteei Alail. 



The roads are wei: stocked with flrst class 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful and exp<v 
rieaeed drivers, all under the control of oomp»' 
tent age at«, 

•CHKDL'LKOf DKPAETWRK8 FROM SAIXT PAUL 

Kor Stillwater— Daily at 8 a. m. 

For Shakopee, Joidon, St. Ijiwrenoe, Bell. 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverne dr 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Dally at 4 o'clock 
A. *• 

Kor Rosemount, Cvstle Rock, NorthfleM, Can 
Don <;ity, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls ant 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatonna, for Wilto 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Agency and Mankato 
Also for Rice Ijike, Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, Chattteld, and Winona— Dall\ 
at 4 A. M. 

For IndustHana, Anoka, Oroao, Orlanda 
Montioello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and St 
Cloud— Dailv, at h A. M. 

For Sauk Kauids, Uelln Prairie, Fort Ripley an<l 
Crow Wing— Mondays, Wednesdays and Fii 
dar* »t ft o'clock A.M. 

For Richmond, Sank Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa. Pomme de Terre, Itrecklnridge, For 
AU>rcrombie— Mondays and Thursdays at 5 
o'clock v. M. 

For Sunrise, with oonn<*ctlons for Huperioi 
ftnd Bayiield— Mondays Wednesdays ana FrI 
days, at 7 o'clock a. m. 

For further uarticulars inquire at th« General 
Office on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 



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TATE OF MINNKSOTA. COl NTY 

_ qH RAMSKY— IMSrUICT COI'MT, aKC- 
ONDJUUU lAL UISIKUT. 

Ab«'l Willoughbv n./aiuit Amh.rt Willoughby 
andseraphlne E.Wlllonghbv, his wife; Simon 
iVw.Ts and Fruuces I'owers, liU wile; Aiigustu« 
i'hapron, ./oliii Willoughbv. 1-orln * • / '•""ni. 
Charles »*ardee. Willhim Bo-twick, It. M. .v 
Peaso, ChH'ii-." Hniit, Reuben llostwick, Piatt A. 
l-alne, KIthaid H. I'. a.-e, John i). Phoinlx, I'raii 
els M. Itsbc.Hk. .lohn Baboock, Philip I'lio^Mtix, 
and W. I-. Mluster. . .u i.i . i . 

In pur!<uance of a judgment ol the Dlstrlet 
Court of the .Seoon.l .Judicial Uistrlcl, ol the 
State of Minnesota, matle in the above entitled 
action, b«-nrliitf date the 14th day of l)«o<Miil>er, v. 
I). INll, together with an amendment then-to, or 
lurther Judgment In said aciiou, duly made by 
said court, and bearing date on the I'tth day of 
December, A. n. mVi, I, l>aniel A. »oh«»rt-on, 
.Sherill of said (bounty of lUmsey. uppointtnl by 
said lourt to execute such judgment, will sell at 
public auction to the highest bidder, forcish.at 
the front door of the < 'our' lltmse. in the city ol 
.St. i'aul, liauwey Cotiuty, Minni'*uta, oi> Thurs- 
day, the sixih day of August. A. i'., iNll. at ten 
o'clock in the forenoon of that diiv. the lollowiiig 
preiniAe.> an<l real estate, that is to say : 

All that tract or parc«'i »if land 'y'"K *"d '•<'•"»< 
in Kumsey County, .Minneitota. 'lescrilM-d a* fol- 
lows, to wit: rill- north one-third of lots nnm- 
iK-red bix (!•> and seven (7) In block nunitwriO 
tw»nty-six (.'til in the town of St. Paul— said 
parts of lots being lltty feet front on Roberts 
street, anil one huiidn-d feet on Kourtli >treet, 
and bel> g tlie bame property purchased of Kwing 
by said Amherst Wiilouglibv and siiaon I'owers. 
.Vl-o, all those c.rtaiu tracts or puiceN of land 
lying and being in the t ounty of Dakota and 
.^tate of .Minnesota, de-oribed a« follows, to wit : 
The west half of the south-west (juarrer and the 
south-eu^'t (quarter ol ihe southwfst ijuarler of 
section fourteen, the northwest <|iiiirter ol the 
north-west ijuarter of section twenty-thnv, and 
tue outhwest ipiurter of the north east ([Uiirter, 
the north half of the south-east <|uarter and the 
south-east <|uarter of the Koutheast quarter of 
section fltteen, all in township nuinln'r one hun- 
dred and fourteen, nortll of mnge number nine- 
teen west, contuiuing in all 'VM acn's of Isiid ac- 
cording to the i;. S. tiovernmenl ^urvey there«»f. 

luted St. I'aul. .lune lUth, a. i>. 1n««.». 

DA.NIEI. A. RtHiEUr.SOX, 
Sherill' of Ramsev «'ouuty. 

H. R. Btr.KU>w Pltil"'s Ati'y. tujo;.';i-ti 



l^OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. 

Whereis, deftult has been made In the nayment 
of the ^u>n oi nine hundred and four dollars ami 
forty six cents ,iJ'.N»i.4t>/, which amount is claimed 
lo be dm', and is due, at the date of this notice, 
upon that certain in lentnre of inortgane, which 
t«-a'sdat' Novem or lltU, a. i>. Ifv'.il, and was 
duly ex.'CUted, acknowle<lged and delivered r>y 
Pruman M. Smith, ami Mary S. It. Smith, IiI.h 
wif.-. of the countv of Kamsev, and leniiory 
(now .>tatei of Minnesota, to siierman Smiih, of 
Kidgetleld, in the county of Falrfielil, and Stale 
of Connecticut, his heirs and assigns, to secure 
the p^iynieut of six hundred and eighty dollars 
(f-'.so.oo), and intere>t tln-reon, aud whs duly re- 
corded in the Uegistrv ot l>e.'dsol Itamsey Coun- 
ty. Territory ^now .State) of .Minnesoia, as a 
mortga e, on pages lir, IJMand lAK In Imok II, 
•f mortgages, at live of the clock in the afternoon, 
on the nth ila\ id XovemU-r, A. l>. Ik'><«: and no 
procgedingsat law or in etpiity have In-en had for 
the recovery of said mortgage debt, »>r any part 
of the same : 

Now, therefon*. notice Is hereby given, that 
under and h ' virtue of the full jiower of sale 
which is in ^aid iiiortgiige contained, and of the 
statute ill Buch c*se mude and provided, he prem- 
ises anil real estate described in and covereil by 
s id morli^age, as follow«, to wit : Lot f.mr (i) of 
block thirteen (l.l) in Warren k Wlnslow's Ad- 
dition to .Saint Paul, I said Ramsey County, a > 
cording to the pi t thereof, dulv recorded in said 
iCegistrv of l>eeds in said lUmsey ounty. in 
which county said real estate I- situated, will, 
with the appurtenances thereof, be s.|d at public 
auction, at the front door of the Court llou^e, in 
Saint i'aul aforesaid. In the couny of Ramsey 
aforesaid, at two of the clock in the afternoon, 
on Saturdav, the Urst day of August, a h. isi".;i. 
by the Sherilf of said Rumsey County, to pay the 
said debt, and C4>st> aud in'crfsi by law allowed. 

Dated Saint I'aul, Minr.esota..'"ne 16th. IN""."). 
SHEKMAN smith .Mortgagee. 

W. D. SroRKV, Attorney for Mortgagee 

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ORTGAGE SALE. 



Wiien-as, default has bt«en rr,adp in the condi- 
tion of a certain indentnreof morlgagt;, «'xecuted 
and delivered by Charles I.. Willes and Anna 
.Maria Wilier, his wife, to Asa Palmer, on the 
.'iith day ot Octo' er, 'sja, to secure the u.iymeni 
of the sunt of two thousand two huudred lioiars, 
and the interest thereon, according t > the ij-rms 
of the proim.sory noio of "aid Charles I^. Willes, 
In .said mortgage described; by which mortgage 
the said Cliarl»'s I.. Willes and wife convevi'il lo 
said l'alm.-rand his heirnand asi.igns, the follow- 
ing descril»ed premises, to wit : Being the easter- 
ly twentv fuet otf of lot numln-r seven (;}, in 
hlifck number ^ix^ee^ . lii;. in Rice & Irvine's Ad- 
dition to the citv of ."^aiqt Paul, in the County of 
Itamsev, and State of Minnesota, said parcel of 
!.iUd fronting twenty (,'o; feet on St. Anthon-. 
'.iu.wThir<^ street, in said city of St. Paul, and 
rimuing back bv parallel lines, ninety-eight {'.»■) 
*«et, aud whiah'sald mortgage was duly recorOeil 
in the '^'flW Ot the Ueginter of Deeds in and for 
*aiii lUmsey Countv, on the 23th day of «»etobcr. 
Km, at :i o'clock p'. *i. in book " t. " of iwortga- 
ccs. Mges r..V and .V>s; and, whereas, said mort- 
jtane and the debt thereby secured, were on the 
5u? dav of Noveinb-r. W>", bv assignment in 
w riting duly executed and delivered, assigned 
and transferred bv tlie faid Asa Palmer to Mose.- 
Glee^on, which said asii^iiment was duly record- 
ed In the olfie of Registe. of H edsot said lUm- 
s 'y Countv on the 2»itli day of Noveiwler, Ihiio, 
in book "B" of Assignments, page 4.i: And, 
whereas, said mortgage aud the said <lebt thereby 
secured, were, on t' c '24111 dav of November. A. 
i». isrtj, by as'lgnroeut in writing, duly assigned, 
transferred ami set over, by s».id Moses (ileeson 
to David B Horrlman. whioh said assignment 
was duly recorded in the office of the Register of 
Deeds, of said Ramsev County,* on the 16th day 
of June, iNvJ, in book "U" of Assignments, 
pages :tuH and :hj*.i : 

And, wtiercas, there is mw claimed to lio due, 
and is due, on said mortgagedebt. the sum of two 
tliou-and seven hundred aud forty-one and 4:^-100 
dollars : 

And no suitor proceedings at law having b<'pn 
instituted, to recover said mortgage debt or any 
jmrt thereof; 

i\i>w, therefore, notice is hereby g'ven, that by 
virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage con- 
taiuod, and in pursuance to the statute in such 
case made and provided, the said mortgager! 
premises, hereinbefore described ; will be sol'l at 
public auction, by the Sheriff of said Kanisey 
County, at the front door of the Court Hoase, in 
the city of "<t, Paul, in said county on the ,itli 
day of August, a, i>. U«W, at ten o'clock in the 
(oreuooii, to p^y off and K^tisfy said mortgage 
debt aad the costs and ej^peuses uf sala. 

Dated St. I'a.l. .luue iVih, Iil4ki. 

DAVID B. HERRIMAV, Assignee. 

Horn, Lf ND & UalUSHA, Attorneys for As- 
signee, tuje^arw 



/^ILLETTE, WHITNEY & CO., 
SL'crr.saoR to 

Thompson, Whitney & Co. 

Manufacturers and Jobbers of 
BOOXS and SH0JB:S, 

46 LAKE STREET. CHICAGO, ILL 

We are now receiving a large stock of Goods 

FROM TIIK 

BEST MANUFACTORIES IN THE EAST 

and with very large addition to our 

HOMEMADE CUSTOM ^VORK 

We are prepared to off' r to the Country Tnule 
the best assortment of Boots and Shoes in 
the city. 

GILLETTE, WHITNEY k CO. 

P. O. Drawer 18«n. al-«m. 



CENTRAL 
BOAD. 



RAIL- 



ly/TICHIGAN 

Oroat Oontrul Route 



f- •f»ldi/ 



Froprieton. 



To New York, New England ami the 

Canadas. 

Ouaudafler SUNDAY, April l\>th, 18A.-t, trains 
leave the Uruat Central Union LX^pot , foot of Lake 
street, as follows: 

V..YO M. MS.— Dav Fxpress (Rxoopt Sundays) 
arrives at l>etrolt at n.'iO p. m., 
Kuopenslon Bridge at 'A St) A. M., 
Albany, .1.<i« i'. m.. New York, 
8. 6 p. M., Boston, II 16 P. M. 

V.IS |>. Hi.— XlKht KxpreKs(Kxoept Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit at «.06a.M., 
Suspension Bridge, 4.50 p. m., Al- 
bany, i.ti A. M., New York, 10.15 
A. M., Boston, Z.'M p M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. lUllroad, leave 

Chicago at 1.W A. M., Mail Train; 7.19 P. M. Fast 

Express. 

The".!.', P.M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or bagrage. 

BUTTAN'S P«TKNT VKNTILATORS 

On Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Carj on Night Traint. 

ttmgtg»te* C:h«ckMi Tltrmw^fk. 

KT Through tickets for sale at all Principal 
Railroad Offices In the West, at the General t)ffloe, 
corner Ijiko and I>i^arborn streets, funder the 
Treoiont House.) (Chicago, and at the Depot. 

R. N. RICE. (Jeneral Superintendent. 
li.C. WENTWORrH, 
ayS-tf Geol Westers Pass, Af >t, ChicM«' 



Puat On<b<«, Mi. l*taai, HUmmfBotm. { l.S03^ 



(»n week dajr» from 7 o'clock a. m. to 7,i o'clock 
P. M. 

Ou Suuday:, from 12 o'clock M. i<i I u'clock 
p. M. 



WINTF.R ARRAXOKMKNT. 

arrival AMD PKPAKTURK Of MAII.h. 

For lacrosse— I'.aktora AUil— Leaves daily, ex- 
jept Friday, at 5 a. .m. 

Arrives «lally, exc<'pt Tuesday, at s r. m. 

For .Minneapolis— leaves dally, exc««pt Sunday, 
at H A. M. 

Arrives dally— 4'xcept Sundf.y. at 4 P. M. 

For Still water— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 
7 a. M. 

Arrives dully, except Sunday, at fi P. M. 

For Hudson— leaves daily, exc.pt Sunday, at 

S A. M. 

Arrives dally, except Sunday, at 7 v. M. 

For Mankato— leaves dally, except Sunday, at 

Arrives dallv, except Sunday, a» about II M. 

For Northtleld— leaves dally, except Sunday, 
•t4A.>l. . ., 

Arrives dailv. except Sunday, at about 7 P. M. 

For Snnrise'Clty— leaws 3Iouday, Wednesday, 
and Friilav, at rt a. .m. 

Arrives luesday, Tliur»d«y. and Saturdays at 
aUmt 7 p. M. 

For Cannon Falls— leaves Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrive.- Wednesday, nl 7 P. M. 

For Red Wing— leaves Wednesilay, at 8 A. M. 

Arrives fuesilav. at <> P. .v. 

For Carver— leaves Tiiursday. at 7 a. m. 

Arrives Wednesday, at 7 i". .m. 

For Cottage Ui on e— leaves Saturday, at 1 P. M. 

Arriv.-s Siitnrday, at IJ M. 

Mails htaviug b<d'ore 7 o'clock A. M. close at 
7 P. M. 

All others close half an hour l)efore the time of 
departing, except l-Uistein » hich closes at \> P. .m. 

The postage upon all liansient printeil mailer, 
foreign and domestic, and upon all letters, for- 
ei^u and «lome..'tic. is now n-ijuired lo U* fully 



pre|iaid by Uiiitid States posmj,'e stamps, excvpt 
in cases where prepuvineut on U-tters. 4c., lo for- 
eign countries is optional aud the senders do not 



wish to prepay. 

I'ersons mailing letters. ne\vpar)«'rs. &c.. 
whether domestic or lo foreign coiiutries, should 
then-lore ascertain at the olllce of iimiliiig, the 
exact postage in each C3»»e and allix United .States 
postage stamiis of sulHcieut value to prepay lliu 
full itostage tiiereon. 

CIIAS. NICHOLS, Postnwter. 

St. I'aul, November 15. iJSo:.'. 



T U S T RE C E Tv E n It Y 
EXPRESS. 

A r>eaatiful lot of 

ALP.ICCAS &. SARATOGA 

PLAIDS, 

Al..<iO 
A handsome lot of 

HAIR ISTKTTS. 
Crrainclinc l^^eils, ^e.5 

Wldch Wf are offering at 

Rl^:i>ITCIi:r> TOICES. 

C.\LL AND SEE TII£M, 
At 1^0 Tlklra Street. 



L. C BXJRT, 



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ST. PAri.. 



/^lUNS AND PISTOLS. 

Tliird Street. St Paul, 

Calls the attention of Military and SportI g 
Classes to his large and well soltM;ted stock oi 
SiitMtiUNS, WKS.M»N> & BALLAIM) C a K 1- 
RIIMJE RIFLK.SMI rii it H ES.-().\a', COLT'S 
and others' niake of PISTOLS. *c. 

A large stock of llshing lackle of all descrip- 
tions. 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Qnns, made 
to o'der. 

#i" Kcnairing pronipllv attended to. 

POWDER, sHOrand CAPS, lor sale. 
» my-ll-lin 



C 



ASH! CASH!! CASH!!! 



» <;E5rTS, > CESTTS, » CEMTA. 

Paidfor good N'o. 1 Cotton Rags. Four contslor 
the b<-M kind of old white paper, and oM books 
of any kinc), and will send to any |>art ol the city 
for them, if yo i leave jMur urder- at U.ivenportV 
Book Store, Putnam's, P. O. ti.u IW, k,t at 
West's, on Robert street, next lo Third. 
marUtf J. WJ^-T. 



F 



O E SALE 



80 AfUES noon timrkr lani., Including about 
I- tLCTPi of very good meadow, and a siiull liou-e ; 
*aid land U about half way beiween St. Paul and 
St. .Vnthouy, and U mil-- north cf State f;oad, 
aud about tho same di'«tnice lorth-eaat of tht- 
lUilroad. For terms of sale apply lo 
II. L. MOSS, Esq., 
at his otfioe near the Bridg". 
jo2G-'m» St. I'uii'. 



CELEBRATED N0ISELES.<} 

SEWING MACHINES. 

JJAKINQ BOTH THE 

Qrovar & Baker and the Lock Stitch 

PRICE MO AXD IJPM'AnSM. 

FIRST PREMIUM.^ in Illinois, Ohio, Iowa and 
Mli-lilgau. 
Parties purchasing niacnlne.s of the GROVEU 
& BAH Kit .S. M- C'*i., can have ilieirchoiiw of 
machines making ell her Kt)tcl), and uhtnge If tliey 
desire to. The only company alile. (n i>ffcr mirh 
inducement*. They also offer to the public at the 
extremely low price of 

Forty-Fivo Oullni'js 

A Straight N^edU LocUJStUch MacJdiif, 

Suitable for''"a'lors and Family use. This mach'ne 
Is of larattize, rnpitt,qui(e simjtle ninl far iinpc 
rior to the slinttl" or lock stiich luachlues here- 
tofore sold at $75 to «loo. 

t^ North we-t»-rn Otiic • Third street, opposite 
Ingersoll's Block, St. Paul, Minn 

P. S. — Plain aud Fancy .Mitchiiigdone to order. 
[Jel9 tjan I] 



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LORENCE SEWING 



MACHINE AGhENCY. 

Directly o^^posite Sfees' Furniture Store, 
Til I I'll Street, 

Makes FofR IHsti.ncT stitohk:* on one and the 
same machine, all of which miike the seam alike 
on both sides of the ftil/rlc. 

It combines all the good ipialltle* o*" other flrst 
class Machines, and pu-se»ses many advantages 
over any ami all • f them. 

It Is the most simp.c aud PERrE<'T In It-s con- 
struction of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO THK PUBLIC. 

No ilachlne covers so great a range of work. 

0,gr H .leir* six or h'.ijfht thick nexitoii of tuU 
Cl'ithdotcu to the finentjofirir, irilh rijiml /<u-ili- 
tv, vithout i:li(iit*ie nftviisiitii. 

FEEDS Tli TJIK KKIHT OR LEFT. 

No difficulty ext>erleno din sewingnorois thick 
seam. 

Run» more oulot than anv other Machine. 

They arc the FASTEST SEWKRa tn the 
WORLD. 

A child o' ten v»arsoan 

ADJUST IHE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an experienced op«Talor. 

They give "niversal satlsfsciioii wherever u»ied. 

themo.it Inexperienced can work them per- 
fectly and with ea««. 

They range in price from t-V) to $115. 

«»• EVERY MACHINE WaRKAN rEI>..«t 
Hemmers and all necMsaarv tools included. 
O. W. BA' COCK, Agent. 
Iyl5 cor, nd and Minnesota sts.. .St I'aul. 

/^OUDALIE AND LEAD PIPE- 
JUST RECEIVED, 
And for sale low, by 



P. F. HODGES & CO. 



j OXlKAT^BAilGAtiN© 




IttjWratirii 



ItbAI.ERS l» 



Standard Farm Machinery, 



Ai- 



Nicols & Deans* Iron Store, 

TUird Btreet, 
i*T. PAtrt, unrarar. 

Agenu for Brayley k Pitt's Ruffido Threshing 
MaoiiiueH. 
" •■ i:u«.x'U ^ Co's Masslllon Throj<IJng 

Mjciiincs. 
•* •• jnct'oniilck's Re.iper and Mowr. 
•' ** John 11. .Manny's Resper and Mower. 
'• " Bickfoiillk llutlmun's liraln Orill. 
•' •• II. A. l*ftts ftCo's Chicago Thieshing 
Machlntis. 
AUo a gCMtral etock of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on liunil. to which we inv lie tiie attcuiion 
uf larmvrs and otiivrs wishing to purcImM*. 
McoLs A 1>EAN. 
a I -Om P. F. I Io1K ;KS. 

S T A Ji L I S H E D 17 60. 



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I?et©r l^iorillarcl, 

SnufiT and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

l(> isntl Xf* C'lstsuihrra-Mt., 

(Formerly 4;^ Cliamln-rs Street, New York,) 
Would call the utteutlon uf Diallers to the articles 
ot hi« mannfiu-tun'. viz : 

IUtO^^ N SNUFF. 

Macabov, Demigios, 

Fine Kappee. Pure Virginia, 

Coarse Kapp<-e, Nachltoches, 

American Oeullenmu, Coi>euhagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey I>ew .Scotch, 

High Toast Scot' li, Kn•^h Honey DewScotch, 
Iri^'.h High loast. or Lund;foot, 
Fresh scotch. 

4f^ Attention Is called to the large reduction 
in pric«'s of Flue-< ut Cliewiii|5 and -inoking lo- 
baccos, uliich will be fouud or a superior quality. 

TUIUCCO. 

FINK CUT CHEWIXO.— P. A. L., or plain; 
rtiveiidish. or .>M<eet; sweet Scented Oronoco ; 
Tin Foil Cuveiidish. 

SMttKI.Vt;.— Long; No. I: No. 2; Nos. 1 and;? 
mixed; drauulated; S. Jago; .-"panish; Canis- 
ter; furkisli 

N. B.— A circular of prices wiU be sent on ap- 
pliiatioii^ mari6-ly_ 

COMPLETE AtjSOIilMENT OF 



A 



h'aoos nr/ss!, srok'ES, iikxtakd sa w- 

KD FilLLOES, SlIAFTS,ijc., 

All of the very t>est mateiial. just received and 
otr ^ale by 
ap.H ly NICOLS * DEAN. 

TL'ST iiECElVKl^ 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &c., 

Also, GRA-JS SCYTMK-i, SNATH-, FORKS, 

KAKES A.ND CK»DI.ES, 

A fer,- casks of 

T^rrXSHT'TJO COAI^. 

Aiwa-' "111 liMulii. lowest iiric'-.-.. Whol'-sale 
■nd Kitsll. Bar Iron. Sheet Iron. Plow ste I. 
SiiriusJtiiBl, 'ast ."^leel, Aails. Sj,lkes, Spriiijjs. 
A\l''.>. B'd -. <urri,ig>' 1'iiniiniiig.<. Iliimhle 
Sk.il!-, IMuk-mitli'-i louN. fhidn-, and 

I-Ienv;*- Hiir<l%vsiro. 

Wjirelio'ij'- i.M Third street. St INul. 

•T. 11. UK Al>Jb:iV. 

apl7-!y 



T W AT»»ON WKBU, Jr., 

Suocessor ♦© WALTER W. WEBB, 

WHoLKAT.K UICALER IN 

Foi'Pijjii AViiies, Brandies, 

OI X s , «feo. 

Cognac Bnnd'-. 

Itochi-lle Itrjndv, 

.lamacla aie'i .st. Croix Rum, 
Holland fiin. 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Jr'ine <»M B'uirbon Whiskey. 
K} e und Monoiigalieli Whiskey, 
Old Ouecna ' ort, 
Burgundy I'ort, 
FnoOldSherrv Wine, 
Madeira Wine. 
Scot<h Ale, 
Lojulon Porter, 
Cntwha Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and t=tlll Catawbu, 

Drake's 4 iitavvb' and Plantation Uitters, 

Having conni'Ct;'n Reclllyliig vvitli my business 

I am prepared to furnish Common and low 

prim'd l<)e and Bourbon Whiskies at the lowest 

cash prices. 

my l» J. WATSON WEBB, .Tr. 

T^^XPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Mes.^engers to 

SI. ANTONY AND MINNEAPOLIS 

Leaving St. Paul at U.."tO a M. and S p. m.; re- 
turning arrive at ft.:ij A. M. and<i..10 p. m. I'ack 
tt^jes weighing 50 lbs. «>•• less, and not excei'dinv 
#ju in value will he carried for ikn <kxts. and 
del vered at o.vner'e door*. Panicu'ar attenti iii 
will be pal I to lilllug onter.s. Purchases will i e 
miide at best rates obtainable and no charge made 
for such ser^ i- e«. 

Ex pre.ss nutter for St. C'oiid and all intermo- 
dinte p<dn's"wlll leave "«t. Paul. Mondays at 5.45 
A.M. and Tuesdays and ^hurs<lrt^ x at .'i.ow p. m. 

jelC-tf .I.e. lti;i{B.VNiv» CO. 

JTOU HALK, 

THE FOLLOWIXd PROPERTY, 
viz: 
one lot in block 11, Whitney A Smith s Ad- 
dition. 

Lots 4 and .'i in block 58. and lota 14 and 15 in 
block tW. in Irviut 's Enlargement to Rice & Ir- 
vint.-'s Addiiioii. 

Let II !u L-lui-W ^3, lot in blook 55, and lot U in 
block .Vi ill Kice \ Irvine's Adilitlon. 

A lot n Davton Aviiiiie, adjoining tho prop«T- 
ty of ,Maj. Cullcn, 100 leet front 

Lots 7 and .-i in block Z'„ St. Paul Proper. 
There are valiialile improveinents on said last 
two meniioned lots, consisting o! a stono store 
on Wabasha iv-st., aud a lir.st-class dwelling house 
on Fonr'h-st. 

Ihe ab ive property will ho sold on liberal terms 
an to ca»ii and credit. 
Iniiuiru at the office of 

M'KXCERft CAHVER, 
liig<>rsoirs Block, or of 
GUOFF& 11 VI LEV, 

under Thompson's Bank. 
ari' Rooms to rent in Irvine's Block. 
M. Paul, June :id. lMi3 je4-3m 



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NICOLS, DKAN 4 00. 



1^ o r I C E , 

riie Commissioned 'Officers of the 31st Rogi- 
ment M. s. M., will meet on tho I3lh day of Jidv, 
at X o'clock I'. M . at the Mall -of Hope Knirlne 
ll'iiise. ."t. Pajtl for the eloo i-ii of the fol1o^ving 
officers: I Colonel, 1 I..ieu'euant Colonel, and 1 
M-jor Bv order 

CvlT. L. H. EDDY, Commanding. 

Kf Staats Zel iing copy once. leis-td 

T^ REMINGTON «& SONS, 

llannfacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

For the U. .S. Uovernment. 
We also innuufactun' a variety of 

Of approved iMittenw. for both Oidiisry and Fix- 
i^d Ammunition, tog tlier will Uifle "and .-ihot- 
(fun Birrels. linn Locks, .Mountiugs, and dun 
Matcri lis (ieneralls. 

irV Prici> li'ts and Circulars furnished on ap 
plication. Adilro-s 

R. RR.ni.'VUTO.'f & MOIVN, 

3e14-1m» IHon. N.Y.J 

'np"A X DEEDS. 

THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest ana beat (orm ot 
tax deeds. It is suiu<hle for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the I<<>glslatnre and in rnnformlty 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared t,j .an 
State authurilles 



IBIUr.T.D.SIMONTO.^.ilR 

i:)KNTIST. 

Ingersoll's Block, Bridge S«iuaro, St. Paul. 
^^•'I'eetii inserted ill the ln.al st^le oo (Jald, 
Silver and Vuhaanit«. jei' 

T h". by E U S , 

MAWlTrArTTRBB A!«n PKALKK IF 

COnPKR, SHKKT /ffO.V AKTi TIN WARS 

nPPOSITK THK nUi CUKJK, 

JACKSON STKRBT, 8t. Paui.. Minnnsota. 



DKYGOODJ^, 

From New York Auction Sales. 
D. W. INGERSOLL & CO., 

Are )ust receiving their third parcbaae of 

I> IZ Y G^oor>s, 

Bought at the recent 
PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

And offer to their old customers gr««t bargains In 

Ladies' Dress Ooods, 

AS follows: 

1,000 yards best quality Mozambique. 
2,000 do striped Lenas, at 25 cents. 
I,noo do Plaid Arsollnas, 35 cents. 

800 do black and white Challies, 'M o«:at«. 
1,000 do striped Plaid and Mode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LU.STRF.S. 

BLACK AND COLOKED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

Eii!»Iisli k Aiiieiican Ginsihams. 

EXULISH, FRENCH AXD AMERICAN 

O ALIOOEH, 

Some as low as ir, cents. 

In Fiincy Good.-', we are prepared to offer gn-at 
bargains. 

Laclles' Collars, 

Knibro'dered, Linen aud Ruffled. 
BAREGE A.VD GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and '^ambric Hand- 
kerclilefi, from l2>icto$l. 

fii Grlovos aucl Ilofciox';^', 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, sl;k and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 
"BRADLEY'S "Celebrated HOOP .SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadcloths, Cas.elmpre.<!, 
ladies' Cloaking.-', and Men's Wear of a 1 kinds. 

Also, Irish Lineus, Table Linens, T.ihle Covers, 
01. Cloth Covers, &c. 

We w ill sell at prices lo iikft c ompe ition. Al' 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will tiud this the best place to buy for camh. 

I>. W. lu^ci'isoll &, Co., 




I^mttm 



' I». ^V- IVICHOLS, 

' General Insurance Agent. 

HOlvlE. 

OF KF. Vr HA VBK, CONNECTICUT. 

LC»RILLARD, 

METKOPOLITAK. 
! AND NIAGAEA, 

i OF NRTT YORK CITY. 

31ar*ine Insurance. 

OF BJtOOKLYN, NBW YORK. \ 

MUTUAL BENEFIT, 

OF NEWARK, NX IF JERSEY. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STORF, 
myO dly Third street. St. Paul, Mfn. 



^OR^ T 

ST. PAtH, P 

%32titot a lot 60 feet by 
^AckKA street and TwelflL 
A flnt-clAss Stone Store 
A lot on Minnesota it- 
boUdinf. 

Two OweUlny Houses, f 

A besutlAU lot 66 feet V - *" 
trees. jh£ , , , ,„ 

_gt. Pa ul, May U, IM.1. 

]g O O T S A ^ ' 



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R 



At Whelesale aud Retail. 



Exti'a and Double Extra. 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 
At fHB 

Cannon Falls Miills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR WAREHOUSE 

OF 

O. M:. BK003£E, 

Third-st., between Jackson and Robert-sts. 
ja .Sl-ly 



NEW YO 

so pel 

Burm 
BR 

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i5:id -^fLu C 

fiJJ li.''. 
Li .: 



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ST. PAl'I-, mK%. 



'T^UIKD STREET PROPERTY. 

FOR Si^LTC, 

Lot ?. Block 22, Hie*' & Irvine's Adilition — corner 
lot, 72 feet front on Third street aiiil 150 feet on 
Hid street, adjoining Hope Engine House. Will 
be .«old low. 
TKKMS— Part cash and part credit. 
Applvto D.COOPER, 

apioif Irvine's Block 



'pEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

.JOHN BURN HAM, Proprietor, would rrspect- 
fully ainjouuoe t'« tiu' traveling public that he has 
o[x'ne(i tl|e iievv and ootninudiuus building on the 
corner of .lacksoi and Fourth htreeff, for the ac- 
comniodution of traveleis, where If will l>e hap- 
py 'o see his old friends, and all others who may 
tavor him with their patronage. 'I'lie house Is 
only two blocks from tiie st"aniijoat lunding and 
railroad depot. Baggage >■ ill UM-arried from and 
to the boats./Vi?*' of rhiirge. 'I able supplied witii 
the Ix'st thii market ati'ords. Uood stabling at- 
tached to the premises. 

.St. Paul, April 9 1803. aplMy 



F. 



C. LIGIITE & CO., 



(Late Ligh'.e & Bradburys,) 

Piano- Forte Manufacturers, 

42 i Drooni<>>Mt., ^'«*«« York, 

SECOND BL'>C»-. EAST OF BROADWAY 

Mr. F. C. LI(iHTE,tlieoriginal founder of tills 
well-k'own F,i<t iblishnieiit, S('»»»or Tanner, and 
onli/ I'racticnl I'-iti no- Forte Maker of tlie late 
liriii of " l.ighte & Bradbiirys," having retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in the wliole busii.ess 
•^tock, insterlKls, &c., and Sole Pr'>prletorship in 
his r(.-/»/rtWf /'n/fw/.v inclusive of iiis celebrated 
I'ATE.N'T IX-<Ul ATKl) liit).V KU vMES> is itse 
only one who can make the sCPF'tJOK I'lAN*)- 
I'OKTKS for which this haus • hus L'-en so pop i- 
lar. *S" All iiifr;nh>-uieuts on his rights will be 
pro-^ccut.td acc-oril'iig to law. 

j^» All Pi?»no- Fortes fn m this manufactorv are 
warranted perfect In every respect for live years. 

LiutKAL Tki:.M3 to Dkaluus. 

F. C. LKillTE & CO., 

ap28-3m 4','1 P.roome-St., New York. 



/^ W. WOOLLET, 

LOWER LEVEE. SAINT PAUL, 
F-ORWARDINGr 

AND 

Oommisiisfoii Mci*elifiiit< 

DRAt.ER IN GROCKRTK8 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, AC, AC.. AC. 

AND 
AOKNT FOR THK 

PENTC^SYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul 
Boston, New England, Montreal, New York and 
ail pcdnts East, made upon the lowest and most 
lavorabie term<?. 
Mark packagea, "C. W. WOOLI.LY, 

St. Pacl, 
ia«M^T For 

^^^^2^ DR. DkMONTREVILLE, 

**1ii5t^ dkjsttist. 

(Office iu Frencli's l{|ock,) 
Thinl l»«i^«>t, ■t'ur tho l>oat Ottc**, 

SAINT PAUL '. MI.\NfE.S(»TA 

ian2tf-ly 



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OR THE CARS 



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OB A ceo, CICJARS, PIPES, 

.SN'FF, Ac. 

F. W. TXJCHELT, 

Wliolesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cirar*. 
*c. Fine Imported Cigsrs, s okiiig and Chew- 
ing Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any 
inthecl'y. Sweet Biiar Root I'ijjes. a Nrge as- 
soriuieul. F. W. TU« HELT, 

Third-st., near hdgerton's Bank, 
myG-lv St. Paul. 



F 



ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 



In Hennepin, Ramsey, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Couutiis. Also Lot« in St Paul, MinneHpo- 
iis, and St. Anthony; all ot which 1 will cell at 
LoH' Prices aud on favorabie terms of pa) m nt. 
Eiiuuire of 

P. P. WINTERMUTR, 

je21 at office of Horn, Lund & Galusha. 



1863. SEEDS. 



1863. 



{^eeds I Seeds I 

GARDEN, GRASS AND FIX>WEH SEEDS I 



DAY & JENKS, 

URXJOGrlSXS, S'l\ FAX7L, 

DEALERS IN 

GRASS SEEDS -Timoihy, Clover, Red Top, 
Hungarian, Blue Grass, Orchard aud Lawn 
Grass. 

GAUDEN SEEDS— By the pound, box or paper, 
in great variety. 

FLOWER SEE D^— Tlie largest and best assort- 
ment iu the State— sent by mail free of postage 
at five cents per paper. 
i iluta B«ga aii.l Turnip Seed wholesale and retail. 
tn!ir2^»'<lM&w:tni 

ILLIAMD. STOREY 



S 



lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



IiidGnariity oan be had. 

steps are being taken by the Government to as- 
certain who have ■juffer^d loss in property, and 
the e.xteut of such loiit, by the late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view *of a<^usting the same. 
The undersigned have all the necessary forms, and 
are po.^sessed of sup<'rlor advantages for having 
these claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give special attention f 
such as are placed in their hands. 

SMiril h tilLMAN, Attorneys 

9t. Paul. Sept. 24. l^fii. 

/^ EO. E. SCIi N A BEL. 

Ill Maffets Castle, corner .Tackson and Fourth 
street, 

DEALKR IN 

GROrERlES, GR.VLN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps coiistHMllv on hand the oiio!ce?t Bru"s of 
Flour, Xici? Leaf Lard. Lanib'n .•«ujr.»i' Cured 
llains. and Dr^ed Beef, Corn, • orn Meal, Oats 
anil Bran. 

He liHs made arrangement to receive, two or 
three line.s a wi-ek, from the country, the choic- 
est IColl But er. 

tioods delivered to all parts of tho city, free of 
charge. """••". 

STATKOF MIVNES TA.COUNIT 
<»F KAM-KY— Di-trici Court, for Si-cond 

Judicial District —a-. 

I U. S. Revenue .'»tamp, Orig- ) 
\ lual Proci'S-,5'JC 'hts. \ 

Ira BMwell, PlalutlflT, ajralnit .lo.'i-ph Daniels, 
IH?Wiit C. T.iylor, and Henry L Mos?, De- 
fendants — Sumuious. 

The State of MlunesoU. 
To the iibore nnmeil Dtfiiulunfs i 

You and ench of you ar-- lierebv 'ummoned and 

n^qulred to answer the c<>rapla'nt in thi- action 

I which complaint is on Ide in tiie oinc<>of the 

I Clerk of this Coipt, and to serve a copy of vour 

answer to the said Com ilaint on the subserllx-r, 

at Ids ntilct^' ill Saint Paul, .Miun-sota, wi liln 

twenty da)s n'ter the .service of this suninio.is 

■ upon )ou, I'xclusive of the day of siicii ».t\ loe, 

; and If you fall to answer thi' coinpLiInt within 

I the tiiiiealDresald the I laintifWin this act on will 

take Juilgine t Mg;iiust you for the sum oi two 

lhoii.->Hndaud slxtv dollars with interest thereon 

! f oin the lodi da of .n pt.-ml»er. IkV. at the rate 

of seven per cent, per annum, besides coats and 

disbiirsenienls. 

! Dated >aint Paul. Minn.. June 10th, 1W3. 

GEO. L. UTIS, Plainiiif's Atio nn-, 
I JeH-Ow of ;:aint Paul, Jlino. 



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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
ST. PAUL, MINNKSOTA. 
KEKKK.nENCKa: 

Hon. George Opdyke, New York Cl'j 

John G. Treadwell, Albany, New York 

liou. Amos LK>an, L. L. D.,....All>any, New York 

Hon. K. A. Law, Chicago, Ills 

ijeo. S. Bltvnchard, Clnclnna" <»hio 

Chase. M'-Kinnev and Moors Boston 

lAtldauilmfcwlr w 

T^ C . G R E E N L E A F ' S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 



Third Street 




Halat PmvI. 



Our Omnlbasses will run to and from the prio 
cipal HQteis and Boats in connection with the 
unius of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for in 
an vver lo orders left at the American, Interna- 
tion I and Merchants, or at our office. 

jy-t J. C. BURBANK A CO. 




The ladies and gi-i.tlenuii oi this citv and vicin- 
ity, are invited to call and examine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OF NE>V STVl.KS OF JkWKl-RT, 

Grold a.u<lSil>'et* ^'cttcHeet, 

CLOCKS, SILXT.R WARK, PLATED WARE, 

DIA.MOND GCM>U8, SILVKK TKA SETS, 

Castor«, Cake Bt^kets, <H>ld Chains, Rings 
Thimincs, aud everything else jiertaiuing to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

Mv good.s were purchased cxelusively for cash 
from the 'Urgent wiutle.-^ale iiouses iu the Union, 
I and are for sale at tiiti 

I J.OWKST PRICES. 

All goods warrani>d precisely as represented. 
! Cash paid for old iioldand ■«ilvi>r. A fUll supply of 
i W.VrC't MATERIALS always on hand. 

Agent for Seth fhomas' Clocks, also agent for 
the celebrated 

A.nici*ica.ii "Wutcliesi. 

ParticnUr attention paid to repairing every 
descrptlon of Watches. Clocks, and Jewelry In 
the iH'st po.ssible maun T. W« mtuufiscture all 
kinds of 



Or anv other pnttem of Jewelry, Ac., in our linn. 
All work will tM done promptly in a workman- 
like maiin-ran* kkiTkk thai* ai»y otmkr ks- 

T*Kt.lH»iMl-NT li THIS vfCTlOW or THJ-; <'i»»'>- 

TUT. All ord r» by lett«r or otherwise will re- 
ceive nr'>mpt attention. 

All Kinds of new wheels and new parts of the 
watch m.tnufactured for the trade at a reasonaltle 
disoouiit. 

Store in Greenleaf's Block, opposite Coaoert 
Hall, near Uiu Post OlBce. 
1 apstf. D. C. GBEKNLSAF. 



One bloo% ai 
JeS-y 

^O PROM 

i>a: 
W^ildCl 

In Pint Bottles, 
These Bitters ar 
liaiks an<l Herbs k 
to the imuu>dia'e c 
an inactive iivr. 
Dandelion and \^ 
t 
Dandelion and W 
CI 
Dandelion and H 
CI 
Dande ion and Wi 
CI 
Dandelion and V\ i 

CI 

Dandelion and Wi; 
CI 
Dandelion and Wi. 
CU 
Dand,e'ion and Wil 
CL. 
In its worst forms, 
simply, by one olllce, 
kor sale by dealers 
S. HUN 11 
Farineoiui 
For sale bv K. H. Bi. 
I Iteiger, St. I'aul : s N. 
I son, I.,. Weinand ft Co. 
i sale Agent, Uiiiona; t 
j D. B Stout, I'reston 
I Charles Morrill, *<arii 
) Bun"e, Pleas 'Ut Gro'e 
Wholesale Agent, addr 

Also^Huiitiiigton'^ 
•tevens' Family l»yeCc 
Confection.- ; Van Duse 
den's Condi' ion Powd 
voncentraKHl Extract oi 
lin»' Leather Preservatii 
for Bed Bugs ; .■^le.'per's 
J»A1[' * t 

m>-g7-ly Wllole^ 

A GRICULTURAJ 

aCYTHES, SX4T/TS, . 
T/I'ATOHS A. 

CORN PLOWS on han^ 
owest market rates, 
jei-tf NICOLS, DEAN A OO. 

POLLOCK. 
DONALDSON AND 
O G D £ N , 
DEALERS nr 

TVare, 

WITH AH ENPLKSe VABIETT OF 

Housekeeping Articles. 

It is the design of this House to supply HOUSE 
KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. ll.'i Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND ROBERT-STS., MIN. 

Je&-d&w 

CA.THCAJRT & CX>. 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 
Third Street: »t. Paul, 

Are in receipt of their 

Spring Stock of Dry Goods 

We hare a large and beautiflil asoortmeBt of 

T>RESS GhOODS. 

Which we would invite the JjMlies special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invite Mercliant Tailors to call aa 
examine our stock of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

Which is very large and desirable ; we are selling 
low. To Merchants from the Country, we pro- 
pose to job tioodsat Chicago or Milwaukee prices 
— freight added. Call aud examine before buviug. 
inarl-dStwiy CATHCAUl A CO. 

BROAD ACRESI 

900 ACRES of land from 3 to 12 miles <rf 

ST. PAUL, wUl be sold in tracts of 40 acres, W>, 

120, IGO and 240. The soil is a rififa toaa, with 

wood and water. Terms part oaah, aad the tia!* 

apoe, if desired, on long time. 

UENST McKENTT, 

Dealer ia Real Estate. 
Pt. Paul. June 6. 186.3.— d*w«in. 



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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, Minn«»«»otat, 

Ct^eeoN Tkird-Kt., Roger'* Ht0cJt,n»arth9 Brid^a, 
A1.SO Branch AaEKT OP 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey, 
Cotlius A Brace. 

Ct-Ai>is presented and prosecuted before Con- 
gr«<ss, Ceurt of Claims and the Departmenu at 
Washington City. Special attention paid to seca- 
ring soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Back I'ay, a«. 

m.f Adxioe given soldiers and their (Heads by 
letter or at the olBce. without charge. 

•vv-<t rwlkwiT 

Sl'RING TRU)E. TO THE MER- 
CHANISOF THE NORTH-WEST, 
We respectfttlly invite you to examine our une* 

quailed Miscellaneous 'took of 
STAPLE AXD FANCY DRY GOODS, YAN- 
KEE NOTIONS, WOOLEN (J<H»DJ>, 
UnSIKKY, i^O* KKKY. CHINA, 
GLASS. CUTLERY, PLATED 
CJOODS. ETC.. Ere 
No honse in the country olTers better tadnef- 
ments In goods and pric«'*. We have every lacil- 
I ity aud are prepar.-d to sell the Best Cash 1 rad« 
at a proft below Eastern tigures 

4^S|iecial attention paid to all orders aooom- 
nied with money or refi-rwnoes. 

Xaai^rcera ss»4l St 

Nos. n, 74 aad 7S Leke St., Chicaf^. 
mSl-ly. 



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REAT BARGAINS. 



The best banptin one can nsake t« aarthtiif Is 

to purcha-c ^ First CIsss art'de at a low r»te. 

This is the sort of bari^ains A. H. WIMK .*«H ia 

i giving hts customers every day, at his tiroeery 

I Store, oB JaciuoB-street. Jc24-t( 






THE ^AmT PAOL PRE8S. TUSBDAy, JULY 14, 1863. 




mmmtmM 



THE OIT;^ 



Vkcs, .-rewons wbo armed m ihd 

,i,vv..stonhiy .-nHu i-imrs on the St. ro K. 
,,;a also from p..rf ons ..f Dakota <;•""»>• "^ 

,...,,„,,g. We have - «..»rtuuU. a t^. u 
e^UMU or the frost .lor »iow seveiv it W.us. 
;r\:w.u«cieucto>hovv.h«tu..vory 

ea.se on damp sw..U-s ne.r n.arshes on h.^,h 
;:;-theLiM-.upUman.ll>o.atoev,,us. 



j^r.ini 

"•^^^'nllt ho-l any sueh report fn.n 
..,Ucr ,H.ni.ms of the State, an.l are o.theop.u- 
,.„„.,, tUc frost wusnotaK.mn.lom. >mt 
,..,„i,,,l u. a co,n,arativoly ^'^^ /^'^ l^";^;^^,. 
Ihe mcteorolojrieal reeonls ol the Mat, 

the Uuihlin}; "t 

how a parallel 

anil we are l.oun.1 to be- 



whichhave tx-on kept since 
|.\,rt SneliinjJ m 1S»--'. ilo not s 
to this nhenoimnon, 
lieve that this Jnly fn-t, like our present 
aron^ht. is an .>e. unvnee that "»^>";;M'l^; 
\u>t ottener. >» "> •'"- 
and tltHxls, ami 



imee in a lifetiim-, l»iit 
timelv lVo^t>. ami ilroui;lits, 
.,:.,ere.Uamitie>aresen: .tall, is a qm-M.on 
eaeh must answer t\.r himself. H.it the pres- 
to lie prolitie in meteorolo- 
Ihe Intense heated term 



Mn. t>- T>vlTCUKl.L, of the Sth Miii.ne- 
5ota Volunteers, HOW ehirW Ht (Jeiioml r<.p«'s 
hcad<iuarters, whotn our citl/.r,,. *ni rem»-in- 
j,».r lis \»rincipnl of otic oi thi!" first eommer- 
(• al sehiH.ls in this eity, was Iti town yestcnhiy 
iHi his rcmni to Milwaukee. Wis. Mr. 
Twitehell was hi.uhly esteemed l>y his m.iny 
friends while a resident of .st. l*aul. W« wish 
him suceeM while in the militory service 

\Vk are i>U'Ase<l to Itiarn that Samuel 
I (\>ndc one of (Jen. Popi-'s clerks, while the 
(j'nerars headquarters weiv hi this eity, has 
iM-eii promoted to the positi.m of Lleiitemmt 
ami assiK'ued to duty as aid on (Jen. Smith's 
>tHir. This is :« ileserveil promotion and w e 
cungratulat ' friend Comic on his success. 

Cut. T. M. Newsou has been onion.*! 
to fake eharge of the (^nnmissnry Department 
at St. (Mond. ('apt. Homl who has »Hen sta- 
tii.ned at that place heing ordered to (ilene«.e. 

1. O. O. F.— The members of St. Paul 
IakIkc No. i are liereby notified t.i attend refj- 
nlar meetinj? t«»-uiRht for election of otHcers 
mid other business of importance. 

•los. Vliuann, 



> Di.fftalih savs of tlie raoveinent.i . p , .... 

(I Richmniid : "rh*' only information has led me to make a pronoaition the 



« nt season seems 
•'ieul phenomena. 

which preceded this fVost. ending *>» l-^ul^'v 
n.M.n hv a smoke, as thon-h the diiy of W rath 
lud indeeil eome. w:is it>elf unpreeedenteil. 
as was the frost which wound up the chapter 
,.f h;ir>.metricul and tliermometrical "lantastlr 
trieks." ^ 

For the I'ress. 

TuK L.vKK l'oM«>C'KOS!»iNG.— navjiartf 
V;i>sin5: away, and there is no eommenceinent 
, f :» l.rid>re over the railroad tr.iek at the Lake 
t'omo roail erossin-. i'erhaps the ,«)mmunity 
mnsi be electrified a^'ain. with another aeei- 
.Unt. It will surely come, for it is just one of 
iht>se erossimrs. el.»c to the city, where the 
r.iilroad employees lli iik the people will take 
eareof themsehesaud the people thhik the 
trams few in uiimU'r. the ears slow, and there 
is not much danger after all. 

riie question i^ asked. " Will the railroad 
. ompany buihl the bridge ?" If they will not. 
or eaniiot l>e forced, then iUnisey eouiity or 
the town-hip of Uo>e inn>r do it. The people 
of the city for^t th:-.t a bridije here is as much 
M iKnetit for them as for the few resi.lents of 
the townshii). It is the U-st r€)ad for a pleiis- 
:mt drive leadiiif,' out cf the eity ; it i> com- 
paratively level, hard, an.l free from dust. 
The only disairreeable, hilly si .ot (now also a 
.hit;j?eri)us one) ha> been the jniHy the railroad 
romi>any em out to obtain dirt to till up tlic 
udj.iccnt swamp. t>vcr which the tnuk goes, 
iking such a piiblie highway, extending with 
• unuecting ro.»ds over l-JU miles, it is a gootl 
sug-:estion to ha\e a stoue-timnrl brUhje X\\M 
will la>t forever, secure from fire, ami coiiipar. 
utively .so fr.an tlecay. Rose township will 
do her share towards a bridge of thi.> kind. 
AVhat will the railroad company and Uamscy 
. onuty do twards it ': It has U-en estimated 
a stoue bridge will cost about #1,2(H>. 

It is to be hojied liosc township will not let 
this matter sleep, but will speedily adopt mea- 
sures to put a briilgc across the track that w ill 
insure u* all against accident. »•• 



\\'v. are imlebteil to 
Ksii., who ntumed home la-st night on the 
.)ohn' Kumsey, for late Chicago papers. 



A MKKllMi of the lioanl of Trustees 
oftho l^iikluml feinotery Association, will be 
UoKleu at tin' Banking Hou«.« of Tarker Talne, In 
St I'aid. on Saturd-iy, the Ifith lust., at I o'clock 
r. M.,for the clioic of a TreMdent. Seorctiirv ami 
Treasurer, for the year ensuluK. 
B* order of 
AI.VXANDKU KAMSKV. I'renbleut. 
1'. V. FIKIJEK. Scretary. 
St.Paul.Julyli, IN^J. i.»"^'* 



A Bovi{i> or TuAr>K.— We noticed 
lately that the I.a Cro-se miTeliaiitshnil estab- 
lished a Hoard of Trade. Dubu.|ne lots .iust 
lolloweJ suit. 'J'he Timp$ .-ays of it : 

The olyeet of the l^iard is to fa<ilitate and 
proteet the interests of Dubuque bnsiness men, 
ro eorreet abases, and establish just and equit. 
al)le rales in trade. .V concert of action has 
long l)cen nee.led among the jobbers of this 
eirv , and wc hoin- the present organization 
will not die from laek of interest. 

Uooms have been rented in WiM)dworth s 
Itloek, corner of 1-ourtii and Main streets, 
which arc to be fitted up in a eonvemcnt man- 
ner. The best ceminercial dailies of all our 
prineipal cities in the West ami F^ast will be 
kept on tile in the rof>ms, and telegrams Irom 
the principal muiket-. received daily. 

Wc have several times, at the request of 
merchants here, urged the formation of a 
IJoard of Trade in this eity, hut as yet there 
does not seem to be any one willlug to start 
the ball. Who will respond ? 

Poi.K'K Couur. — The proprietres.s of 
an np-to^vn house of ill-fame, with a quintu- 
))le arr.iy of Idtxjming 1>eauties, appeared l>e- 
fore this tribunal yesterday on tha charge of 
kieping a disorderly house. They admitted 
the error of their ways, paid fi;rty-live dollars 
for the privilege, and dfparted to go and do 
likewise. 

Mr. McKcnzie, a disorderly gcntlemin from 
Btillwater, was lined $10. He was here a short 
time since, and was fined but five dollars then, 
but the Squire has eommcnced doubling on 
him, and if he don't want to disburse twenty 
dollars he had better stay at home the next 
tune he comes ti> the eity. 

Gotlicp Carazeen was lined i^lO for selling 

lager without a license, making a sixty-five 

dollar day for the city. 

■>■ • — ■ — 

El.KCTIOX OK Ol'KICKIlS OK TItE .Tl.ST 
Kkoimkxt.— The election of olHcers of the 
.list regiment, M. S. M., came off at Hope 
Knginc Co. House last night at 8 o'eloek. 
The entire roster of company ottlcers were 
present, and good humor and kindly feelings 
prevailed throughout the session. 

The balloting was biiet, only one iMillot 1k^- 
inJT taken for each oflleer. The result is as 
follows : 

Colonel — Andrew U. Kiefer. 

LietUennnt Coloiirl — Luther II. Eddy. 

Major — U>ren/o Hoyt ; Rose township. 



AriKNTiox.— The memberi of the 
Ktghth District, 32d Uogiment State Miliiia 
iire requested to meet al WeUle's ston-, corner 
i>f I'earl ami l^roadway. on Tuesday ivening 
the Uth inst., for the purpo>e »)f electing a 
Captahi to fill the vacancy occasioned by the 
promotion of J. (J. .\. Ward to Major of the 

Ueglmeilt. I 

1), D, MLKUILL, 1st. Lieut. 
. _ - — ■»» - 
FiKKMKV, Attkntion !— The Uoartl 
of Uepresentatives oi the Fin? Department's 
As.sociation will meet this evening at 8 o'clock 
at the house of .Minnehaha Knginc (•>.. No. 'J. 
Rv order of tlu? lVc*i<|cnt, 

.1. H. M.VniKWS, Secretarv. 

Steamboat and River News, 

«5r The Ariel eanie la on Sunday, and will 
leave for bolow to-day «t nine o'clock, to conm'Ct 
with the La i'roi'se Hue of boats. The Arie' 
draws almost no water at all, and slips over naiid 
ban in gay style. She U fast and iwfo. Mr 
Holmes, her clerk, is an aKreeablu gcutleiuan, 
uud capt. lloiightyn i» a brick. .So Is pilot 
Lucky. 

»#• The La Crosae Dimocrat says : 

The gay little steamer Spray, which bus just 
IxMU built In iJi CriMse, made a tri4l trip on .>nt- 
urday Ihsi. Her owners, Slestr*. Moore & Co.. 
are satlstied with the result. >he has all the 
power newssary and will make goixl time, hvcii 
i>Xain->t the heavy current of the Mlsnis»ippi. .vlie 
•bawooulv eight inche»aud will carry a paying 
loail iu the trade fo^ which she is deyign* U, m/ : 
the Koot River. -Moore & i'o. in'end to keep 
li.T Irnty the bulaneu of tlie seagnn, niid prop<).«e 
to hrbig to market a large portion of the gram 
and i.roduce raNe«l in Koot River Valley. It they 
can do thi- she will prove a valuable accessiou to 
the tradu of our cUy. 

J. H. Stombs has Ju»t Hnidhed a boiler for the 
st.umer «ioiden star, which i-i pronouiictd t»y 
jjood judges to be hard l» U'Bt. ll is sixteen feet 
long and three feet in diameter 



*' (icn. Lamar, of Te.xas, says that 
()eu!<, ^mith and Maj^uder an> l:i«t uU{{- 
Hunting tlM'ir .trmit'R. 

(iii-ii. Tayh>r holils all the Southerners 
as ^>risoners who have taken the oath of 
alh't^iaiiee to the eiiemv's «»«)vernment. 

Thl> ■ ' 

aroiiM 

that we have of th»^ enemy's movements 
north of this «ity is that firought by the 
traiiis on the Fredericksburg road, which 
arrived last ni;;lit, lor the first time iu 
nearly .a w«ek past. They renort that 
they eoiihl hear notbin;; i>f tlie VanktH-s, 
either at Hanover .) unction or South Ann 
Uridert., ami that the roa<b-, the Central 
and Frederieksburfjan? now unobstructed. 
Nkw YoitK. .lulr 10.— The Kiehmontl 
DiufKihh contains the following;: "It is* 
evident that ( Irani feeis the pressure of 
iho iron han«l which tlohnston has east 
around him.'^ 

Kai,ki»;ji, N. C. July ('..—Some ex- 
citement was occasioned yesterday, on 
the \Vilinin;iton andWeldon Kailroad, at 
Warsaw. It is rumored that the enemy 
have ijone back towards Newbern, but 
nothing; is certain . 

Ciov. Vance addressed the peojile at 
the Court House thi.«* morniiifj. All tin- 
citizens are Iteiny enrolled tor the defense 
of the eitv. 

I'oin SloNUOK, July ;•.— The Savannah 
Ilfpxhlinm says "that Tiesident I)avis 
lacks the power to appreciate military 
^renins of the hi«liest order. While he 
intrusts the luanajjement r»t our armies to 
such (ieuerals as hee, lieaureo;ard, John- 
ston, Ewell. Urau'};, Lon^'st reel, and Ilill, 
he fails to perceive that there is military 
genius of the hifjhest oider wastiiifj in 
inglorious inactivity ; that there are men 
in private life who could have brought 
this war to a triumphant close perhaps in 
a single campaign. Men (d military sci- 
ence would have raiseil the siege ol Vicks- 
ourg, <biven the Yankees from our soil, 
hung .Vbe Lincoln ami Seward, eaptuicd 
the cities ot riiiladelphia. New York, and 
Uostoii, and dictated terms of peace from 
the top of Munker Ilill Monument. Why 
has not President Davis availed himself 
of this indigenous military genius ?'' 



WendoU Pbillipt. willing to accept any- 
thing. Union or DiHunion, on the basiB of 
Kmaucipation.^' 

Then, of the Abolitioniata, I alone am 
implieated by this correspondence. And 
bure 1 am ready to eonieaa that mv inex- 

Kerienec in diploiuatic and political aflairs 
as led me to make a propoaition tlu 
form of which is objeetionhble. Rc<"og 
nizing Mr. Maaon only aa an unofficial 
though represenutive Soutbemer, whoso 
views would be a teat of the disposition 
of the rebels on the subject of slavery, 
and anxious to atTord that test to certain 
very eminent literary men in England, 
\vho acknowletlged that the reply to such 
a proposition would decide their feelings 
with regard to the issue, I inferred hasti- 
ly and improperly t at the right to declare 
the object ot the Abolitiouiita m the war 
justified me in sending the proposition to 
Mr. Mason pcrfonally. As this, my first 
"correspondence with the enemy," was 
undertaken only in the interest of my 
country, and was virtually a demand for 
the surrender of the enemy's capitol, I 
shall hope that the apparent disloyalty of 
it, of which I was unconscious, will be 
condoned by the country I meant to 
serve. 

Hut Mr. Mason and his Confederates 
are iiu]>lieated in tliia matter in a way to 
whith 1 desire to call the attention of 
those gentlemen to satisfy whose minds I 
wrote the proposition, and of all others 
who think that the South is fighting for 
any worthier mdependence than impunity 
in jiermanently robbing another race of 
its independence. 

In order to compromise the Abolition- 
ists, Mr. Mason concedes that I had au- 
thority to make the oflTer of independence 
for emancipation. He acknowledges, on 
the strength of Mr. Garrison's letter of 
credit, that I had that authorization to 
which, when shown him, he bad promised 
a reply. So the English public know 
now, with a clearness which my own 
blumlering way of evoking such a ques- 
tion did not merit, wliat the reply of the 
South is to a proposition oflering her 



Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, spoke at 
length on Grant. 

Secretary Welles made a brief speech 
iu allusion to the importance of the vic- 
tories just won. 

Cheers were given, at all the tpeochcfl, 
for (xrant, Meade and Rosccrans. 



COMMERCIAL. 



Oi^ir 



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Mar* 



Aonthrrn 



and is tiuislied 
Stonib-* Is turning out ein'e!> 



ScrREME Court. — Fifth Day. — .lo- 
scph \'an Kman rv. Samuel Stanchfield. Ar- 
gued and submitted. 

(»eo. Maxfield ih. Wm. Bierbauer. Argued 
and submitted. 

Mrs. P. S. Williams r». Elizabeth C. Ran- 
dall. Argncd and submitted. 

Oliver P. Chandler r*. John Kent. Submit- 
ted on briefs to be handt-d in previous to the 
Isi of Septemlier. 



up in good stvle. 
lent work.— /*'/'/, 
.stoinbs was formerly a .«t. I'aal mechanic. 
» ■ ♦ « » 

Arrivals at the Hotels. 

MouoAV, July l.l, 

i:¥TERXATIOarAI.. 

Hon Thomas Price and lady, Missouri; Ml8« 
Price, do; L D Wallridce and lady. St Louis; V 
Y. .Matthews, .><tLouis; B A Squiren, St Paul: C: 
Babrick, St Peter ; Col T it Campbell, St Paul ; S 
S l-laton.iio; Mrs Vandervort and family, .Saint 
I.ouls; A !•" Krepman, New York; C T Kinehard, 
Kolla, Md; HM Uuinphell and wife, St Louis; 
.Mrs K H Bingham, St Peter; K H F:astman, 
Delaware, Ohio; Herman Baldwin, ChicaKo: 
Miss JidiaC Baldwin, do; \V F Merrill, White 
Bear Lake. 

.IfCltClIAXTtt. 

S S Chapman, CIdcago; K W [.emon, St .\n- 
thony; S S Abbott, Whitewater. Wis; F Petler. 
Anoka; Alex t ohen, Alilwaukee; N F WeOb, 
Wabnshaw: Asa Brown, Hastings ; Win Brown, 
do; .lames Daniels, We^t St I'aul; J M Kerlin- 
jfer. Fort Ki igely; W F Cross, Ked Wing; l> H 
Downs, New York; S L Vawteruiid lady. St .Vn- 
tliouy; K J Jones and lady. Fox Lake, Wis; W 
Ciary. New York: F. I» W .Murphy, St .\nth0n3r; 
iMaHC (ieer, do; «i K (dllxTt, Ulencoc; U F Hen- 
ry. Pittsburg; ET Wilder, Ke.lWiug: Win -Vd- 
aniN.ilo: S tirecnleaf, lady and sou, Shakopee; 
J vnies Dickson, Pekin, 111; L Beckwith, do; D 
A secomb, Sl.Vnthony; D W Coffin, Kokona, 
Cal; J H .Stevens, Cilencoe; J K Ashley, Fort 
Kidgely; A M Hayes, Hastings; J H Moody, .St 
Antiiouv; MIhs Hiscocli, New York ; H M Keyeu 
and lady, .Michigan; A S Bull, Stillwater; J A 
sndih and wife, I nlonville. Conn; John I., ^co 
Held, .NorthUeld; W W Kastinan. Minneapolis; 
D w' .Mien, Pike Lake; <> De (Jmtt, do; L L 
Ba.\ter, Shakopee ; FH WIdstraud, Monticello. 

imiTC'HEn'M HOTEI<. 

(JeoWPatton, Anoka; DTwigjrs, do; JU 
Pluininer, Faribault; A B Watson, Winona; .1 
.Sloan; St Paul; K l> Fanner. Ocako; V B Bar- 
num. White Bear Lake; UW Taylor. Hudson ; 
.S Buftnm. New Hampshire; L Derley, Cottage 
(■roue; H Vanvalkenberg, Jllnneajiolls ; C C 
Kerkman. do ; T Hale, do ; Win Forsyth, Millwa- 
ter; J K Black, K-len Prairie; I L Redding, Has- 
tiiig.s; LL Ferry, do; <;eo Battles, .stilfwaler; 
lieo -Smith, IMiiladelphia; > A David, Ked Wing; 
Daniel .McCloud, Stillwater; A B Allen, Has- 
tings; W J Vandike, do; A Allen, do; Julian 
.Sexucal, Stillwater; Charles F Young, Waba- 
sha w. 

AniEfllCAX'. 

n F .Sherman, Jr, Pembina; A B Currr, wKe k, 
two children, 8t Cloud; JK Brown, .Milwaukee ; 
<;eo W McKen/ie, .Stillwater; Charles Ferrest. 
Hastings; N •• Daniels, Freeborn county; F M 
WiNon, Ked Wing; K F Warner, Ked Rock; C 
Mclntyre, t'utTalo, Wright county ; K M Wright, 
•St Cloud; J R Bently, do; Frei Anson. Boston, 
Mans; K V Long, Warsaw, Ind; FrancU Brown, 
Salem, .Mass; D A Young, Red Wing; Wra Till, 
do; C H Baldwin, do; W H Clarke, White Bear 
Lake; (ieo H dorny, Minneapolis; AllH-rt Lovell, 
Mlllwater; Win M McClure. do; F Buke, Minne- 
apolis; .M S Kellogg, St •"aul; Win F Crosit, 
Red Wing; K M W lieelock, St Cloud. 



Account* of thr Buttle of 
C.rtt^aburK'. 

H.vi.TiMOKK. July 10.— The Kichmond 
Dispatch ot Wednesday, July H. opntains 
a leader on the battle of (iettysburg. ft 
says: -'We fed as well assured that 
Cien. Lee, at>er he has met the enemy in 
a pitched battle. Ins intlicted a terrible 
deleat upon them, as we do that we are 
\Wm\i ami breathiny." The Dispntrh 
then alludes to .1 telegraphic disjiatch ftU' 
nouncing a great battle being fought on 
Sunday last, in which the Yankees were 
whipped with the lo.* of 0O,(XK> men, 
and winds up as lollows : " NVe already 
begin to see glimpses of peace, if this tele- 
gram proves true ; but let us have no 
peace which we do not dictate ourselves." 
The following is from the Difpatt-h : 
'^M^RTj.NSBUBO, ifuly tl. — On Satur- 
day night our centre fell back, drawing 
the enemv from their works. General 
Kwell and l.ongstreet Hanked the enemy 
and gained the heights. Yesterday the 
enemy was routed, and Lee captured 40,- 
(Kni prisoners." 

li.vLTiMORE, Julv 10.— The Richmond 
Enquirer of the Hlh says : ''Our loss is 
estimated .it I0,<M1 at the battle of Get- 
tysburg. Uetween :?,0(H) and ,''>,0(,0 ar- 
rived at Winchester July 7th. Generals 
Armistead, Harksdale, Kemper. and (iar- 
net. are killed. {;enerals Scales, Perder, 
Jones. Hvth, Anderson, Hampton and 
Hood are wounded. The Yankee army 
is estimated at 17a,00l.>. The fighting 
lasted four <iavs, and is regarded the se- 
verest ot the war, atid the slaughter was 
unprecedented. The enemy is said to 
have fought well. We captured 4o0<.»U 
prisoners." 

W.\f»nixoTOX. July H>.— The Rich- 
mond Dispatch has the following : 

" Martin'RCrc, July o. — Gen Lee 
deJeated the enemy in the battle of Friday 
last, but we lost '4,0(H) prisoners. Gen. 
Barksdale, of .Miss., and Gen. Garnctt, of 
Va., were killed, and (ien. Hood, of 
Texas, was wounded. 

" M vKTixsncHi;, July ."). — On Satur- 
day Gen. Lee had changed his front, and 
occupied the ground he drove the enemy 
from on the 1st and «M. His whole army 
is in excellent spirits, and he is master of 
the situation, wens. Pender and Picket 
are wounded; Col. Avery, of North 
Carolina, is killed, and Cols. Pennett and 
Parker are wounded. 

*• E well's wagons .are re-captured. 
M.vRTiNsncKw, luly G. — Uiporta to- 
day all concur that there was a heavy 
fight yesterday, in which we defeated the 
enemy and drove him three miles. A 
vast number of prisoners are reported 
taken by (ien. Lee. The prisoners are 
on their' way to Richmond via this place. 
This has been the bloodiest battle of the 
war. Our loss is very great. 

The Yankees injured the pontoon brid- 
ges at Falling Waters, several miles from 
this place to-day, and captured three 
wagons. 



' freedom." as she calls it, on the condi- 
tion of her according the same to the mil- 
lions whom sh«' oppresses. Whether I 
had a right to make the olTer or not, it is 
answered. The l>eliever in the golden 
rule has only to ask himself what would 
be his intervit In the Bucceas of the 
Northern arms if bi» own wife and chil- 
dren were to-day under the lash on a 
Southern plantation, now that we have 
Mr. Mason's assurance that every gate- 
way except that of war is closed. 

' 1 am, &c., MONCURE D. CONWAY. 

,\i nuKV Hoi 8K, Nottinghlll, W., Juno 2'2, 



WAltlIiai«TO«. 



Rrniiarka ttj the PreaMeat, ««aeral- 
la-C'lilef. SecretarT •' War, aa«l 
M«cr«>«ary ot StaSo. 



Accii>KNT. — .V little girl named Julia 
King, aged nlx>ut six years, was severely in- 
jured on .Simda> night by falling through the 
trcsJc work of the St. P. & P. K. U.. near the 
depo', l^owcr Levee. The distance is near 
twenty feet. Fortunately Dr. C. Underwood 
w.is near at hand, and atfordcd such relief as 
was po.ssiblc. It is thought that she wa« in- 
jured internally. Her situation is at Ica^t n 

critical one. 

••» 

Wheklbk & Wit.son\<* Skwinc, Ma 

CHINES. — Mr. F. M. Johnson, agent for the 

above machines, informs us that th( demand 

is very l.irgc now. He sells one i>er day on 

an average. No wonder — for they are the ne 

plm ultra of a sewing machine. These new 

gl issclo h-presstrs and new heinmer and feller 

r. ndcr them superior to any other style. Call 

in and sec them. Sec advertisement. 

JoUnNAL OF A RksIDK.NCF. ON A fiKOR- 
oiAN Pla.ntatiox, BY Fanny Kembi-e.— llerc 
is a veritable aix-ount of the " peculi.tr institu- 
tion," by one who has tric<l it — racy and 
pi'inant. Kverytx)dy should rend it. Daven- 
port has it, also many other new l)ooks. Da- 
venport has a g<K>d assortment of Dickens, 
Lover, Lever, Mrs. Wood, and all the popular 
authors In cheap form. 



rRO.n THE MOITU. 

Vedrrul »efea< la IVorth C'arollaa- 
0|»«>rMtloH» In tke %'lclalt7 of Vlcka- 
burr— MMirrudrr and Madth Vast 
Aairnieatlnv their Force*— So Fe«l 
«itals at Hanover Jnactloa or Month 
Aaaa l*rl«l«re. 

The following items are taken from the 
Richmond Dispatch of the Hth : 

Goi.DsnouocfJH, N. O., July 7. — Let- 
ters from reliable sources, dated Kings- 
ton, last night, report an engagement 
progressing between the retreating ene- 
my and our forces, near Freebritlge. It 
is supposed the enemy is cut off. 

Boi.TON Station (via Jaokson. July 
it. — Yesterday, about 12 o'clock, the 
Yankee cavalry (*ros8ed the Rig Black, 
and advanced into the interior, but were 
promptly met by Whitfield's lirigade and 
driven across the river. 

'* A courier just in Irom Edwards' De- 

rot says that the entire command of Gen. 
>sterhaus crossed the Rig iSlack near 
that place last night. If so they will 
have warm work to-day. 

" Grant is evidently feeling very uneasy 
in regard to events transpiring in his rear. 

*' There wa.s very little firing at Vieks- 
burg yesterday. 

'* J«ATCiiicz, July 4, (cia Moiui.k, 
July ;').) — A Commissary from the Tians- 
Mississippi Department says Vieksburg 
and Port Hudson are well profisioned. 



f'oaway's lleply to Ma«aa. 

The Rev. Moncure 1). Conway, whoso 
eorrespondence in the name of the Abo- 
lition party with Mr. Mason has been al- 
ready published, explains his position in 
the matter in the following letter to the 

London 1 /nicv ; • 

To the Kditor of the Dmdon Times : 

SiK — Absence froui London has pre- 
vented my giving such careful attention 
to the correspondence between Mr. Ma- 
son and myself as was necessary to make 
the explanation whK-h the public on both 
sides of the ocean will naturally expect 
Irom me. 

In the correspondence as it stands there 
are three paities involved — namely, the 
Abolitionists of America, myself and Mr. 
Mason, with his Conlederates. 

As to the first, it was to pounce 
upon them and compromise them 
with their Government that Mr. Ma- 
son rushed into print so eagerly that, 
tliou;;li only a little w.iy troin i.,ondoii, I 
did not receive his last letter until half a 
dav alter 1 had seen it in the Times. Rut 
I wonder that Mr Mason did not see, 
what the Americans will certainly see, 
that my .second note to him admits that 
my authority extended definitely only to 
the declaration that the Abolitionists of 
America wen* giving moral support to 
this war siiiifily and only in the interest 
of Kmanei|>ation, and that when that issue 
ceased to be involved they would no 
longer sustain it; "but that, with regard 
to the speeial ofler," I must write out and 
get a speeial authority. This left it yet 
an open question whether the leading 
Anti-Slavery men were "prejared to ne- 
gotiate with the ('onfederate authonties.'' 
He springs his snan; before they are in it. 
Tliev are not compromised at all. They 
do, indeed, stand committed to an un- 
willingness to prosecute this terrible war 
lor any less improtant aim than the com- 
plete wiping out of their country's crime 
and shame, but it has all along been their 
avowed position that they are, to quote 



Washington, July 7. — The city is the 
scene of great jubilation to-night in cele^ 
bration of tUe (all of Vieksburg. Seve- 
ral public buildings »re illuminated, and 
fireworks were sent up at the President's 
grounds. At 9 o'clock a band, accom- 
paiied by an immense crowd, proceeded 
to the Executive Mansion, where loud 
erics were made lor the President. The 
band then performed the national airs, 
wlu'n the President appeared at an upper 
window, and iJler being repeatedly 
chiicred, he said : 

•* Fellow citizens— I am glad indeed to 
sec you to-night, and yet 1 will say I do 
not "thank vou lor t|ie pftlj, but I do most 
sin«-erely thank God for the occasion on 
which you have called. [Applause.] 
How long ago is it — eighty odd years 
ago, the Fourth of July — that, for the 
first time in the history of the world, a 
nation, by its representatives assembled, 
declared as » sjjf-evidpnt truth, tUftt all 
men were created equal. That was the 
birthday of the United Sutes of America, 
[(ireat applause.] Since then, the 4th 
of July has l»ad several very peculiar 
recognitions. The two most distinguished 
in framing the Declaration of Independ- 
ence were Thomas Jefferson and John 
Adams — the one having framed it, the 
other sustaining it in a most forcible man- 
ner ; and precisely fifty years after they 
had put their hands to that paper, it 
pleased God to U^e both from this stage 
of action. Those were indeed remarkable 
and extraordinary incidents in ourhistorj". 
Another President, five years alter, was 
called from earth on the same day and 
month ; and now, on this last 4th of July, 
when we have a gigantic war, at the 
bottom of which is an efTort to oter- 
throw the principle that all men were 
created equal ; we have the surrender of 
the most powerful position of the rebel 
army on that day. [Cheers.] And not 
onlv so, but a succession of battles have 
been fought in Pennsylvania, near to us, 
continuing through three days, so rapidly 
fought that they might be called one great 
battle, on the ht, 2d and 3d of the month 
of July, and on the 4th the cohorts of 
those who opposed the declaration that 
all men are created eijual, turned tail and 
ran. [Great cheering.] 1 would like to 
speak in praise of the most gallant otticers 
and men who have fallen in battle in the 
cause of the Union, but I shall not par- 
ticularize, as 1 dislike to mention the 
name of a single officer, lest I might do 
wrong in the names I omit. Recent 
events bring up glorious raines, particu- 
larly prominent ones. Having said this, 
I will say no more, but take some of your 
music." [Great applause.] 

Gen. Halleck was called out and spoke 
at the War Department, saying that Grant 
had fought fifteen battles and won fifteen 
victories. 

Secretary Stanton said he hoped the 
victories now won would continue. The 
late victory was over the rebels South 
and peace men North, and he belived the 
rebellion would soon be crushed out. 

Secretary Seward then appeared, and 
said that he was obliged for the call, and 
congratulated each one on the event, that 
was as important to every individual as 
to the whole country. In the beginning 
he thought it was the part of the states- 
man and patriot to put the war off, if 
possible. If this was weakness, it had 
precedent in the example of Him who 
.said, ''Let Thy will, not mine, be 
done." He advised all to make sacrifices 
for tlie country just an long as they were 
retiuired. He had every male child in 
the public service, and for himself had 
taken as file leader Andrew Johnson, 
of Tennessee. Mr. Seward said he re- 
mained here to try and save the country ; 
but, if it could not be saved, he was will- 
ing to die under its ruins and be buried 
under the pavements of the Capital, and 
trust to some avenging hand to retrieve 
the lost virtues and liberties of the na- 
tion. He bad given up party. Let the 
past bury its dead. No temptation of 
any office could attract him until the coun- 
try was save<l. He knew there would be 
virtue wid wisdom enough to rule in fu- 
ture. He then alluded to the importance 
of Vieksburg and the march of Rosecrans 
to the heart of the Confederacy, thus split- 
ting it up. He concluded by calling upon 
each one to go to the defense of his coun- 
try when called upon. 



■TATK IVEVrS. 

STKAKN8 COUNTY. 
From the St. Cloud Democrat. 

SiNUULAU Ca.sk. — A few days since, 
we heard the facts of a strange case. 
About twenty years ago, a man named 
Lorenzo Doble, who lives in the Big 
SVoods, felt in the left side of his neck a 
pain, which during the subsequent time 
moved down his back and side and into 
his thigh. While his side was alTeeted 
be was comi>elled to remain in bed much 
of the time. Several days since he drew 
from the localit' of the pain in his thigh 
a needle, and felt instant relief. Since 
then he has been steadily growing bettiur 
and stronger. 

FiiiKs. — Heavy fires are raging in the 
tamarac swamps east of the river and ap 
Sauk River. So dry is everythhigthai for 
several feet deep the ground is said to be 
literally burned up. The roots of tlie 
tamarac crackle like old leather. 

MuuK AuM8. — On Tuesday, the 200 
additional stand of arms, that we men- 
tioned last week, as to be sent, arrived. 
Let them not longer remain stored away 
useless, but be placed in the hands of the 
militia to be employed, and that effec- 
tively. 

Immic.rant.s. — Scarctdy a day passes 
but famdies from some of the older States 
are seen on our streets going to farms in 
this portion of the State. Indian troubles 
«lo not seem to deter them, as they know 
that these yiust before long be settled. 
On the Fourth we noticed three teams 
from Iowa bound for Lake Henry in this 
county. They were all provided with 
stock, household goods, babie-s, itc. 

ni.cE karth cocnty. 
From the Maukato Independent. 

Sioux Commissionkiw .at Mankato. 
— The Board of Sioux Commissioners 
will finish their business at New Ulm cer- 
tainly by next Wednesday, and will com- 
mence their session at this place on 
Thursday. Up to Thursday night of this 
week, the Roard had heard and finished 
up some 4( cases at New Uini, and be- 
sides had visited the scenes of the late 
Sioux outbreak on the Cottonwood, in 
the neighborhood of Milford, and several 
Other localities, 

Inpianh Sek.n. — We learn that a Ger- 
amn residing about two miles from town, 
while out hunting on Saturday last saw 
two half breed Sioux in Nicollet County. 
He thinks he was not seen, as be hid in 
the bushes as soon as he saw them. They 
came within about thirty rods of where 
the boy lay. He says they were araaed 
with United States guns, and revolvers, 
and all had blankets on tied around the 
waist 



prica- of the 
keta. 

MoMiiAY KvsKiNU, .luly IX 

The dulln-Rs noticed in the Produce Market 
lant week •till continues. This way be Httributed 
in part to the fall of gold, but mure directly to 
the disoouraging aapeets of navigation. It is by 
no means certain that the river will bo in a uUge 
to ship grain again this »e8son. If not, what U 
to encourage buyers in continue to purcliasp 
wheat, Itc. ? Ko wonder prices remain down at 
the lowest ebl>— at a rate not a cent better than 
during the winter. But the report that, while 
150,000 bushels of wheat are awaiting shipment, 
and that since July Ist only l.WX) have been ship- 
ped, is not calculated to stimulate the market 
much. 

Wheat to-day has remained at about S.'>cfor No. 
1, and the receipts continue Tery small. 

The (irocery Market seems to be without ma- 
terial change. 

Dry Goods are dull, but no material alteration 
In prices is reported. 

Wool is still slow of sale. The farmers are 
stubborn, and seem not to care whether they sell 
or keep their wool. The market was gradually 
advancing in the Kast, prior to the rea-nt fall in 
gold, but since then has declined to 50n^rc. 
1 » « ♦ « ♦ . . 



COIX AND EXCHAKGK QUOTATIOW8 OF 

TPlioiiipsoii Bro'ei., 

ST. Paul, July » 18M. 
Bankers and licensed Dealeri in lAind Wat ran tt. 
Revolutionary and AduU Half Hrttd Scrip, if c 

KXCKA;«GE SATES. 

♦ Selling for. Premium 

Bankable Funds H perct.preai 

American Gold 40perct. 

Orders for United States Land Warrants, 8Ute 
warrants, fcc, promptly executed. 

Bute and United States €k>upont paid at oar 
counter. 

Passage Certificates via Liverpool and Ham 
burg ; I>raftK on England, Ireland and Scotland 
France, Germany and Switzerland, .^^weden and 
Norway, for sale at our office. 



fBv Telegraph.] 
IVew Y«rk IHiarket. 

New York, July 13. 
Flour dull and 5c lower. 

Ukain.— Wheat dull; :c lower— $1.13(jl.25 for 
Spring; $l.Itinl.30 for Milwaukee Club. Corn 
dull and a shade lower; C'.'^sGMc. Oats quiet— 
70iq7<i!>ic. 
I'ork quiet, a shade lower. 



^l\^ S. McCLURE & CO.. 

Produce Commission Merchaats 

For the 8«1<» of Butter, (heea*.. Lard. Lggo. 
teeaiii', I'eaii, Dried Fruitc, Flour and l*rovii>iuui>, 

«M» raltoB fttreet. 

Op. Washington Market, XKW YOKK. 

W. S. M't.Lt'BK. C. M'CLCBK. 

B. r. RALT.AKD. 



♦ « ♦ » ♦ 



[By Telegraph. I 

l¥ew York IHoney ]ffarket. 

Nkw Yokk, July IX 
Gold3l»,. 

New York Central »1.19'j' ; Erie MU : Reading 
$1.0.-1. 
Stocks generallv better. 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 



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of your paper that I will send by n'turn mad to 
all who wish it, (free.) a Recipe with full diree 
lions for making and using a simple Vegetable 
Halm, thst will cfrectually remove, in lo days, 
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ties of the ikiu, leaving the same soft, clear, 
smooth and bi'autiful. 

I will also mail free to those having Bald Heads 
or Bare Faces, simple directions ana information 
that will enat>le them to start a full growth of 
Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a Moustache, in 
lets than 3U days. All applications answt'red by 
return mall without charge. 

Respectfully Yours, 

TUOS. V. CIIAI'MAX. 
Chemist. 

juld&w-'im No. 801 Broadway, Kew York. 

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thor and publisher of the above work, do hereby 
promise and agree to .«end (free of charge) to any 
yonng man who will write for it, a sample copy 
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Mas. This valuable work la issued and sent 
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n E F E R y. X C K S : 

Geo. W. White. Cash, McKshanic's BTc, Brooklyn 

Hon. Horatio Ballard, Sec. State of X^-w York. 

Win. ('ripp.s. I'res. Stan<tard In-'.Oo.,Xew York. 

A. H. Ballard, Y'psila .ti, Michigan. 

J L. h<'lly, Milwaukf', Wisconsin, 

K. H. Huntln^on, Adam's IrlT Co , N. Y. 

J. 11. Keed. I lica. Xew York. 

Hon. Henry J. Itaymnnd, •• .New York Times." 

C. H Wheeler, St. Albans, Vermont. 

D. Ward, Lancaster, Grant Co., Wisconsin. 

jyio iy 

STRAY .CD OR STOLEN.— iltlO <)<• 
Reward. 

Strayed or Stolen, from Micha<'l McGraw. town 
ol Dayton, Hennepin Co., about toe middle of 
June last, a three year old, bay horse colt, black 
main and Uil, and da'kifh legs, and sUr iu the 
forehead; was last ►een near Montic<dlo. Any 
one giving information that will lead to his re- 
covery, or will return hlin to the owner, will re- 
ceive the above reward. 

Dayton, July fi, 1H^,.^. j )-<><L'w * 

RST JOHNSTON'S ROARDINO 
HOUSE, 

O" Fourth street, between Minresota and Ce- 
dar. A few more gi'ntleroen can be accommoda- 
ted with pleasant and comfortable rooms. 

je-Jo-aw 

XyinTCIIEirS HOTEL. 

Fourth- at ., bettceen Rohert and Jackson, 
ST. PAUL. MI.VXKSOTA. 

E. R. WHITCIIER, PRorRiFTou. 

The above house having reo'ntly bf-en uitened 
and thoroujfhiy renovate*! siud refurnished, the 
l*roprietor woidd respi'Ctfully solicit a share «t 
the public patronage. 4P^Good Stabling and 
All Ht - - - 



M 



careful Hostlers in attendance. 

ARMER WANTED 



iylO-tf 



F 



Debility, Indigestion, Melancholy, Insanity, 
They all had feathers sticking in I wasting Decay, Impotency, &c., &c.— giving safe 



their hair. A party from town started in 
pursuit on Sunday, but without iueeess. 
From the Mankato Record. 

Real Estate Sale. — Last week, Mr. 
Payne sold 175 acres of unimproved prai- 
rie land, situated on the south branch of 
the Watonwan, about ten miles from 
Garden City, for s^s.'iOO. 

Several large loads of wool, from 
Garden City, passed through this place, 
a few days ago, for St. Paul. 

Government Stores. — During the 
latter part of last week, and the whole of 
this week, a large number of teams have 
been employed in transporting Govern- 
ment supplies to this place, from the va- 
cated posts at St. Peter, Le Sueur, and 
Henderson. Up to Friday about 150 
loads of commissary stores alone had 
been brought here. 

Lmportaxt Instri'ctioxs. — The Com- 
missioner of Indian Affairs, in a letter to 
John. J. Porter, esq., under date of July 
:^d, 1863, says that he has this day, by di- 
rection of the Secretary of Interior, 
transmitted instructions to the commis- 
sioners to omit in the appraisement of the 
Winnebago lands, the selections of all 
such persons who "ftfe SQ far civilised as 
tq prefer to remain on their lands and 
who are willing to abandon their tribal re> 
Utions, and also of all those who are 
now absent serving in the army of the 
United States." with the view of calling 
the attention of Congress to the subject 
at its next session. 

» > ♦ > » 

What the Rebels yot la York. 

The requisitions made upon the people 
of York, Pennsylvania, by the rebels, 
were very heavy, but the hasty scamper 
of Early at the approach of our forces lefl 
the enemy's stomachs and the requisitions 
alike unfilled. The Harrisburg Patriot 
sums up the actual amount of the forced 
contributions which the rebels obtained 

as follows : 

"Of the amount demanded they received 
licfore leaving j9'28,610 in money, and the fol- 
lowing articles : 2,-500 iwunds sugar, .32,000 
poun<ls beef, 1,200 pcninds salt, 2,000 jiairs 
Ixxjts and shoes, 1,000 hatjs, 1,000 pairs soeks, 
165 barrels flour and 300 gallons molasses. 
To raise the requisite numljcr of boots and 
shoes, the committee had to take even those 
whieh were in the shoemakers for repair. The 
main Ixxly of Early's command left the town 
on Moiidav aftemoim, taking the road to Cur- 
lisle, and "the last of the tro<ips left at five 
o'clock on Tuesday morning, in such haste 
that all their pickets were not recalled. 

During their occupation of the town it 
is said the rebels did not molest private 
families. The citizens were treated with 
respect, and the lailroad property not 
disturbed, except about thirty old cars at 
the shop for repairs. South of Glen 
Rock the road was not interfered with. 



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Imposition. — Passengers for St. Paul 
and Intermdiate Points, leave Chicago by Chi- 
cago and North Western Railway, at 8.45 A. v. 

VIA PRAIRIE DU CHlEN, 
Arrive at Prairie du Chien at e.^H) p. M., making 
direct connection with steamers,- and getting 
supper on board. 

VIA LA CKOSSE, 
Arrive at La Crosse at 9 P. M. 
No change of cars between Chicago and Prai- 
rie du Chlen. „ . . ». 

49- lime through to St. Paul, &c.,8ame by 
both routes. 

Ko extra charge for meals and state-room on 
steamers. 

E. P. BACON, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. 



T3AYMENT OF SIOUX WAR 
VOUCHERS. 

State Auditor's Warrants, drawn against the 
fund appropriated to pay the Sioux War Vouch- 
er* will Ik- paid by the State T^ea^'u^er, at hia of- 
fice, bi'twecu the" Iiour-i of'.' and !'.' v. m. and v 
and 4 i'. M. CUAS. .SCUEKFER. 

jyl tf State Trea>u rer. 

StrACIITIXG OX LAKE COilO. 

The snb^criher take^ pleasure in announcing to 
the public that the beautiful and well-known 
yachts Pauline and Claude Melnotte. have been 
thoroughly overhauled and reuo\at*'d, aiid aie 
now at the service of parties desiring a sail upon 
the placid waters of Lako C'>mo. No labor nor 
exp^-iise has l)eeu spanMi iu fitting them lor thi« 
purpose. Thf Claude .M Inotteha?. l>een carp^teo 
and specially tilted for the accommodation ol" 
ladle!-, and bel<M-t parti<*s and families desiring il.-> 
exclii<lve use will please leave their orders twi-lv* 
hour« iu advance at the store of W. Sherm*a 
I'otts DniggUt. .St. Paul. The subscriber is au 
old sailor, and as such, contributes his skill and 
and experience to the comfort of pleasure partie*. 

jyr-vw* K. G. ALDRlL>t;E > 



F 



OR .SALE. 



liVi acres In Rose town, adjoiniuK th.* jsrhool 
section, the following rtescril)ed laud: N. W. -4 
seetion:;!, town 2<.», Range 21: about tifly acres 
under cultivation, some improvement, all fenced, 
and a good w.-ll on the premises. Will be sold in 
a body or in lots of forty or eighty acres, one- 
fourth cash, the balance in three yearly payments, 
at seven jier cent, per annum'. Title perfect; 
possession jtiven after ban est. 

Also : The undivided N. ], of X. E. \ of sec- 
tion •/», TownJtf, Range 2:?. on tlie road to Lake 
Johannah, about three miles from St. Paul. 

Euuuireof J. P. THl^iMPsiON, 
At Nichols, Dean & Co. 
July JMlltn. 

U. S. 5-20 LOAN. 

UBSCRUmOXS WILL BE UE- 

CERT^D FOR 
m&is Popular IL^aii 

Until farth?r notice at our office. 
THOMPSON BRO'S, Banker., Agts. 

Julv 6. iww. lyr--»w 



S 




Monday Eve., July 13. 
Th« principal failure in the money market here 
Is that our city bankers, as well as those at all 
the Interior towns between this city and Chicago, 
complain of the want of currency. Notwith- 
standing that government has issued $400,000,000 
of paper, while many of the old banks have aeen 
simultaneously increasing their issues, tfie gen- 
eral buslnesB of the country has been increasing |^^ferred to 
so rapidly alnce the war began that money, or 
rather currency, is scarcer than it waa before a 
single dollar of legal tender notea waa Isaued. 
It is quite evident that until the collapse cornea, 
after the conclualon of peaw. the buslneas of the 
country will require for ita convenient transac- 
tion very much more circulating money than was 
ever set afloat before. The want will soon begin 
to be partially supplied by the laauea ol new 
banks under Mr. Chase's act. These banks, call- 
ed "National Banks," have their Issues based on 
United SUtea Stocks, and are consequently equal 
in value to the green-hacks now in circulation, 
and must continue to be good as long as the Gov- 
ernment stands. When this curn>ney becomes 
plenty, It ia to be hoped that it will displace all 
the rotten shlnplasters based on the five million 
loan bonds, and other flctitloua aeeortttea, aoroe 
of which, we are aorry to notice, are atltthi ctr- 
cutfttion. 



My attention has been called to the above cir- 
cular circulated on the cars of the Chicago and 
Northwestern Railroad and in Chicago, which is 
an imposition on the public, as the citizens of St. 
Paul well know that it is fais», and that the boau 
of the Davidson Line in connection with the I^ 
Crosse Railroad, arrive here ft-om eight to fifteen 
hours ahead of the boats running iu connection 
with the Prairie du Chien Railroad. 

mylO-tf WM. F. DAVIDSON. 

»>■ 

Editors St. Paul Press : 

Reply to Capt. Da vidsom.— Having ob- 
served a communication in your paper ft-om Capt. 
W. F. Davidson, alleging that a sutement con- 
tained in a certain advertisement bearing my 
signature, to the effect that the time f^om Chi- 
cago to St. Paul, is the same via Prairie du Chien 
and La Croasc, is an "imiwsition" upon the pub- 
lic. I deem it due to myself and to the line I rep- 
resent, to state the fiicts in the case definitely. 

I malnUin that the time is prorticallyitic same 
by Iwth lines, as the Iwats from La Crosse arrive 
at St. Paul at fW)m seven to ten o'clock In the 
evening, and those fVom Prairie du Chlen at IVom 
ten to two o'clock in the night, passengers by 
the latter boats remaining on board undisturbed, 
until morning. ... » ». 

The limits of an ordinary advertisement, such 
aa the one referred, will not admit of the sute- 
ment of circumstances at length; they must l>e 
guted briefly, in general terms, and I submit to 
the judgment ol the traveling public, " '— * 
there Is any "impositioa" in the state: 



whether 
ment re- 



Respectfhlly Y'ours, 

E. i'. BACON, 
Gen'l Ticket Agent JI. & PralrieduShienR. R. 
ST. Paul, May U, '«3. 



/COPPER TOKENS OR MEDALS, 

Blank!, Dies, Business Cards and Collections, 
furnished cheap and in great variety. Also. Na- 
tional Union League Badges, Army Corps Bad«es, 
National Union U-ague Dies, ic, at lowest job- 



A. OGDEN, No. I Clark Plaw, 

Room No. 16, New Yort. 



NOTICE. 



bing prices. 

Jy :->' 

A UCTION 

We have a consignment of the following goods 
to sell cheap for cash ; Buggies, \yagons, t.iins. 
Gold and Silver Watclies. Jewelrv, Clolliing, 
Crockery, Groceries, Indies' Hoop '>«!rt«v ^«7 
Ing Machines, Iron Safes, Notions of all kfnda. 
Auction salea every evening and ^p«•clal sales at 
10 A. .M., on Thlrd-st., seoond door Irom the Mer- 
chant's Hotel, ttont the lovee. 

jy8 H. K. BAKER k CO., Anctioneers. 



H 



ERNDON 



HOUSE, 



Corner of Third and \ ermillion Streets. 

HASTINGS, - - - MINNESOTA. 
ir. E. HirxT, 

Late of the Merchatii*' Hotel, at St. Paul, 

I'ROPRIETOR. 

conveved to and from the 
Jel»-.'im 



43- Passengers 
Boats free. 



/CURTICE & HALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 
Keal Estate A^gcnttst, 

Office in Mnclnddtrn FUoet. IVai^hinffton Street, 

bfticcen TtUn! and Fourth-ft*., 
Will promptlv attend toanyrrofesstonalbuslne,** 
entruste«l to them. From a long resWence here 
and a thorough knowledge of the different sur- 
veys both in the Citv and country, we have great 
facihtiet> for executing our work with corn-ctness 
and dispatch. T>an«1 bought and sold. Collections 
made. Taxes paid for non-residents at the lowest 

N.B.— Drawing InstmnentaaBd Paper for sale. 
D. L. CenxirE. ap2-2 -tm Joii^t T. HALSTfc n. 

JUST RECEIVED, 

A NEW LOT OF 

LINEN COATS. 

PLAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FIXE LOT OF FIGURED 
3XA.RSEILES VEST», 

All of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDl ( ED PRICES. 



HV. H. 



ny30-tf 



tD-ST. 




til*.. 



r> KNTISTR Y. 
DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 

DENTAL ROOMS IN 
Wiia«lo"w Hoiaso, 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M. T\) .■» P. M, 
je4-(tra ••. Aadamajr, Mia. 



B 



ILLL POSTING, &c. 



MAXWELL & GRIFFIN, opposite 
■ • ~ • " bills. 



Brown 'a 
niock. Third street, will post'ttills, aunounot 
meetings, auctions, and all matters usually attend- 
ed to by '^ Town Criers,*' attend on parties, clean 
rooma and offices, and undertake Joba of whit** 
waahing In different oolora. JlO-Un 



ttuft I aa 



taMi 



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THE SAINT 



PAUL DAILY 



PRESS 



VOLUME III. 



Sj^INT I^j^UL, \V^EDNESDi^Y, JULY 15, 1863. 



NUMBER 165. 



She ^aittt ^m\ f tw. 



AlMteikail Ualiod At«tMOfliolMlP»p*r. 

m%- This p«p«>r h*a a larf^r Dully, TH-We«»kl7 
in<1 Wi»»«klr oTCulationthan an7 0th«>rlii Mlnn«»- 
OU. and iht'refore preii^nti ln(lnoi»m(»nU toad- 
v>'riiHfr* whi'/TthPy wUl not rtnd i*U«wh»»re. 

SAINT PAUU WEDNtlSDAY. JULY 15. 



Republican Union Convention. 

The Rcimbllcani axid all other uncomlltion- 
»1 I'niun men thrtm^hout tlio Statfl i>f Mlnno- 
s )ta, who are earnest and honest Hupi>orter» of 
the Atlininistration. and who will stand by it 
with >iit tear or f'aTiT in all Its otforts to n\ii*h 
rcUMlion and maintain the Union, and who de- 
sire to see no cessation of hostili:ies until the 
«li.ri )u.sold tliff of our (.-ountry shall wave over 
a nni:ed Hepublii-. "without a stripe erased or 
polluted, or a sinKln'«t«irt»lwiured,"— andall,ln 
riuc.whoare unc >nipromi>insly hostile to trait- 
ors.whcther ui>en, armed relxdsintheSouth.or 
cvvert ailToc:\tes in the North of a daiuaKinj? 
und huiuiliatinjj peace, will assemble in eon- 
▼ention at St. I'aul, at IngersoU's Hall, on 
Wednesday, August 19, 1863, at 11 o'clock a. 
SI., tor the i)uri>ose of nominating candidates 
fur the following otHccs ; 

•ovcmor; 

lieutenant Governor ; 

SecreUry of Stole ; 

State Treasurer ; 

Att.irncy General; 

Auditor of Stoic; 

Clerk of the Supreme Court. 

Tlie ditferent c-ounties w 111 be entitled to be 
represented in the Convention by Delegate*, 
who arc bona Me residents of the counties from 
which they anr actreditcd, an followsi : 



Viioka 

lti-ut'>n ... 
Htu>' l':arth . . 

Kruwn 

I'arver 

t'hi^agu 

Dakota 

1 >(MiKt> 

Farribault ••< 
Fillmore.. ... 
Kreehorn ... 
Heuue|iin... 

liaiiti 

(ioiHlhU«< . .■• 

HeiMton 

Le Siu-iir. ... 

Slcl-eixl 

Metk.r 

Mill>^ l,ac... 



■Z Morrison 

'Z MowtT ••... 

^ Nicollet 

v: (Mmstetl 

'^ line 

, v.* Itamsey 

7 KiMiville 

r> it lot* .•••.•....... 

1 i>COtt.... 

U Sherburne 

, :{ ^ibley 

, 8 Stearns 

I Steele ">? 

C St. I^iouis 1 

r> Wabaxhaw T 

4 Winona A 

1 Wa;»eca 2 

1 WrlKht ^ 

, 1 Washington •* 



No Delejjates will be admitted from unor- 
ganized or uninhabited counties, not enumer- 
ated alx)ve. 

By order of the Rcpubliwrn Central Coin- 
mittre, 

ROBT. F. FISK. Ch'n. 
WI1.1'«1K1) L. WTI-SOK. 
ANDREW NKSSEU 
D. BLAKELY, 
J. B. (JILFILL.VX. 
BEN J. F. SMITU. 
St. Paii., July 8, 18H3. 



have an abiding faith that th« trulj loyal 
element is strong enough to meet rtibeU 
on the field and insurrectionary copper- 
ht^ads at home. What we do fear i« that 
the example will not bo severe enough to 
prevent similar dt-monstrations elsewhere. 
No blank cartridges are necessary upon 
such an owasion, no "stopping of the 
draft" is to bo thought of, but they should 
be met as we meet the foe upon tli«* field 
and receive the same welcome that was 
e.\lended to the anneJ horde.>i of rebel- 
lion in Tennsylvania. 

It would be better if tlje instigators of 
this outrage could be placed in the front, 
but AS they cowardly tremble before the 
tempest they have aroused it is n»*cei.sary 
that an example should be made of tho^e 
who are bold enough to practically carry 
out their tea«;hings, and if the streets of 
New York are bathed in blood, upou tlie 
Copperheads throughout the country will 
rest the responsibility. 



XITE ORAJBTT. 



How the Drawings woro Made in 
Pittsburg. 



The 



Karollmrat In HVri* 
ntkaa«chHa«(t«. 



York uma 



19.000 .MEN TO BK DRAFTED IN NEW 
YORK CITY. 



n.U»»ACUI.'»ETT«' Qt'OTA i:k^l9. 



An Editor 



Drafted 
Island. 



in Rhode 



INDIANS IN 



WRIGHT AND 
COUNTIES. 



MAM 



•HOT AT :»BAn 

VTATBia. 



CLEAR- 



HE COMES WITH IS A HAl OF 
BEING HIT. 



A Hundred Head of Cat- 
tle Recovered. 



rmACTicAi. mi.i-i;»T»ATioHi or 

A COPPERHEAD PEACE. 

Our dispatches this morning more than 
confirm the magnitude of the outbreak in 
New York which was briefly mentioned 
yeeterdajr. The copperhead leaven is 
working and behold the re«ult. An 
armed mob virtually holds possession of 
the great metropolis of this country. The 
Mayor's and private residences are sack- 
ed and destroyed, buildingu are india- 
••riminately fired, a loyal paper gutted, 
business suspended, public and private 
property demolished and the lives of 
thousands of j eaceble citizens imperilled. 

Advantage is taken of the absence 
of all the organized militia of 
the city, who are facing a com- 
mon foe upon the field of battle, to 
inauf urate the • 'fire-in- thc-rear" policy, 
and to destroy the v«'ry homes that for 
over tiro years blood has flown without 
•tint to defend. 

In the midst of this fearful tumult the 
Governor of that great commonwealth 
appears before the howling mob and im- 
plores them to desist, as he has sent a 
messenger to Washington '-/o request the 
draft to be stopped." 

On the Fourth of July a very patriotic 
multitude assembled at the Academy of 
Music in New York city, and among 
others, listened to an address from this 
same Governor Seymour. In the course 
of his remarks he gave utterance to the 
following sentiments, which, in view of 
subsequent events, will bear a careful 

perusal : 

"Is it not true that those of onr orjjanization 
look upon this Administration as hostile to 
our rights and lil)ertics ; look uixm our oppo- 
nents a* men who would ilo ns wrong in regard 
to our most sacred franehiseH ? I need not 
call yoar attention to the tone of the press, or 
to the tone of public feeling, to show you how, 
at this moment, parties arc thus exa.sperated, 
and stand m almost deliant attitudes to each 

other. .... . 

Rememljcr this— that the bloody and 
trcxsonable and revolutionary di>ctrine of pub- 
lic necTMitv can be proclaimed by a mob as 
well as bv a govcranient. (Applause.) Can 
you tell when ambition, love <>f plunder, or 
thirst for power will induce bad and danger- 
ous men to proclaim this very principle of 
militarv necessity, public necessity, as a rea- 
son whv they should trample licncath their 
feet all "the laws of our land, and the institu- 
tions of our country. 

When men accept despotism they may have 
a choice as to who the despot w:ll Ik-. The 
struggle then will not l>e, shall we have con- 
8titution.ll lilHjrtv ? Then this Admin i.stration 
would find thiit in putting military rulers over 
us they ha«l niad» military masters for them- 
selves ; for history teaches us that that Gener- 
al who will betray the liberties of the pt-ople 
for the purpose of gaining the favor of power, 
will, when opportunity occurs, seize power 
itself." (Applause.) 

But one day intervened before the mob 
which he sought to instigate did *' pro- 
claim treasonable and revolutionary doc- 
trine." Quailing beneath the responsi- 
bility which is thrown upon him of Bii\i- 
pressing the fury he and kindred spirits 
have aroused, he seeks to stultify the 
Government by Mtopping thtdraft. Better 
by far that the city of New York 'shoidd 
lie in ruins than to succumb to such a 
demand. 

The time has arrived when the queation 
must be settled whether loyalty baa suffi- 
cient vitality to eave the nation from ruin. 
It is as well to determine that now, as to 
leave it an open question liable to arise 
at any period of the war. 

Wily and treasonable demagogues have 
stirred up the worst passions of the peo- 
ple and a triumph in New York would 
be a triumph throughout the country. We 
have no fears as to the final result. We 



We have been permitted to make tho 
following extract from a report made by 
Lieut. Merrell, of the Tenth re^iiment, 
stationed at Manannah : 

Mavannah, Meekc^r County, July 10. 
Col. 8. Miller— Dear Sir : 

About 9 o'clock, yesterday, I sent out six 
men to cut hay. When half a mile from the 
stockade they saw four mounted Indlnns 
drivinj; otT cattle. Three of the men tnroed 
back to gi»t our h(»rse» — the other three kept 
on after the Indians. Af.er driving the cattle 
nearly four miles, one of the men came clopo 
upon thorn and was discovered. The men on 
horseback mi^cht also have been seen at the 
same time by the Indians, for they broke into 
two sjuadp, going rapidly in nearly opposite 
directions. It was so foggy and .smoky at the 
time that objecrc could not Iv distinctly seen 
more than a quarter of a mile. Our men did 
not think it best to follow further, so they 
gathered up and drove b»»rk the cattle — about 
one hundred in number. I imagine there are 
many Indians at or beyond Kandiyohi lake--, 
from their visits in this vicinity. • 

Information has reached here that a 
farmer was shot at a few days siiico by 
Indians, within four miles of Clearwater, 
Wright county. Bows and arrows were 
the weapons used, and one of the arrows 
perforated \m hat, which shows the nar- 
row escape he made. 

Col. Miller has ordered a detachment 
of men to scour Kandiyohi and Monon- 
galia countie*, and kill off the red rascals 
in that region. 

A rumor prevailed yesterday of a man 
being pursued by Indians near Shakopee. 
He sticceeded in reaching the town half 
dead with fatigue and fright. We cannot 
vouch for the correctness of the report. 



♦ *♦ • 



Thk New Y^ork Herald's report of the 
rejoicing in Washington over our recent 
successes says the Secretary of War was 
followed by the Hon. Henry Wilson, Sen- 
ator Wilkinson of Minnesota, Hon. E. B. 
Washburne, and Senator Lane of Kansa.*, 
in eloquent and appropriate speeches, 
which were enthusiastically received and 
responded to by the thousands of people 
who had assembled to celebrate the glo« 

rious occasion. 

♦ « ♦ » » — ■ 

Elihu Washbuknk, member of Con- 
gress from Illinois, has gone to Vicks- 
burg to render aid to sick and wounded 
soldiers. Mr. Washburne is brother of 
Surveyor General Washburne of this 
city ; of General and ex-Congressman 
Washburne of Wisconsin, and also fellow- 
townsman of Major-General Grant. 

» •♦ » ♦ .. 

2VEfV« MTK.tlS. 

— About eleven o'clock on the night of 
the 6th. the members of the Union League 
of Philadelphia, accompanied by a band, 
aMcnded by an immense concourse of 
citizens, proceeded to the residence of 
the wife of Gen. Meade, in Pine street, 
below Twenty-first street, in that city, 
and tendered her the complimentary hon- 
or of a serenade. The neighboring citi- 
zens flocked in until th^ crowd became 
utterly impassable. The band perfor.ned 
the Star Spangled Banner, Hail Colum- 
bia and other national airs, and just as 
Yankee Doodle died away May. r Henry 
and Morton McMichael appeared upon 
the steps of Mrs. Meade's residence, and 
formally presented her the congratula- 
tions and good wishes of the citizens of 
Philpdelphia They were greeted with 
loud and enthusiastic cheering. Mrs. 
Meade then very briefly acknowledged 
the courtesy, and retired amid deafening 
applause and cheers for herself and her 
husband, the victor of Gettysburg. 



• » ♦ « 



ACCUXVLAT. 



TB«TK9l0.1lf ALK 

X2f«. 

Among tho numerous Jiattering testi- 
monials that we find in our exchanges 
concerning the telegraphic dt mise of 
Winslow, we clip the following from the 
last number of the (Joodhue Republinn : 

Our columns teem with telegrams this week, 
and hereafter, thanks to the kindness of Mr. 
Cronse, the gentlemanly operator at this 
place, wc shall be able to give our readers dis- 
patches up to the very hour of going to press. 
Winslow, the former proprietor of the line, 
has sold out, after having impwcd upon the 
public for several years, and the line has passed 
into the hands of gentlemen who will see 
that it is kept in proner repair, and that thf)»« 
who pay for news will get it. 

♦ t ♦ t » 

Caft. T. M. Newson has been ordered 
to take charge of the Commissary Department 
at 8t. Cload, Capt. Bond who has »>ecn sta- 
tioned at that place being ordered to Oloncoe. 



The draft under the Conscription Act 
has already commenced, Pittsburg, Pa., 
carrying off tho honor of the first draw- 
ing. From the Pittsburg (Jatette of the 
8th, we gather the following: 

The Enrolling Board commenced this 
morning to draft the (juota retjuired from 
the 'J2d District. Th«'y commenced with 
the Firjt Ward, Pittsburg, and are going 
on regularly through the list of sub-dis- 
tricts. The manner of drawing is as fol- 
lows : The names of all enrolled in each 
district arc written on separate slip« of 
p.ipcr. and when the <{uota of that partic- 
ular district is to be «lrawn, the names are 
all thrown into a box-wheel. The Pro- 
vost Marshal gives the wheel a turn, 
when a man who is blindfolded puts in his 
hand and draws one name out. This is 
read aloud by the Provost Marshal, and 
duly recorded by theclerks. Then another 
name is drawn in the same manner — the 
wheeljbeing turned each time. 

The drawing is public, but the room Is 
small, and only a very few can hv. ac- 
commodated. 
From the I'lduburg (!ai<>tte, 9th. 

There was a good deal of excitement 
in the»city yesterday, consequent upon 
the commencement of the dralt, and «lur- 
ing the drawing the ofiice of Capt. Fos- 
ter the Provost Marshal, was filled with 
a very anxious and deeply interested au- 
dience . 

Among some of the more noticeable 
features were the following : The Enroll- 
nu'Mt Commi.-isioiier, Mr. Wni. H. Camp- 
bell, while busily engaged drafting others, 
was himself so fortun.ite as to "draw a 
prize." <>n<^ of the clerks, Capt McIIen- 
ly, was also drafted, as was tiie Ex-Pro- 
vost Marshal, l>r Herron, No one will 
Ih' disposed, with these fscffi in view, to 
(juestion the fairness of the drawing. 

James IL Hopkins, Esq., who had 
been enrolled in two wards, was drafted 
in both. 

In some instances two young men were 
drawn from the same family. This was 
the case with Mr. Houston, tailor, of 
Smithfield street, and James Ilainill, 
champion oarsman, (who is now in tlie 
East, preparing for his contest with 
Ward.) and his brother, John. 

The draft will be continued this morn- 
ing at nine o'clock, commencing with the 
fifth ward. 

In the 23d district tho draft has been 
ordered, but owing to the absence of the 
Surgeon at the battle-field, the Board 
cannot proceed. He lias been tele- 
graphed to, and as soon as he returns 
Capt Kirker, the I'rovost Marshal, will 
proceed with the draft. 

TIIK NKW V«>KK KXnOLLMKNT. 

The enrollment of able-bodied men in 
the first nine Congressional districts of 
this State, in accordance with the act for 
calling oat the national forces, is nearly 
cop.ipleted, under the supervision of Pro 
vost Marshal Niijrent. The returns from 
two of the districts are not full ; but it 
is ascertained that the number of names 
taken amount in the aggregate to about 
three hundred thousand of these ranies 
were enrolled in this city : and it is esti- 
mated that after the necessary deductions 
for double enrollments and exempts, the 
number of men clearly subject to draft 
will reach ninety thousand, and the first 
class, which will be first called on, sixty 
thousand. 

Several days must elapse before it will 
be possible to put the draft into success- 
ful operation. The general belief is, 
however, that the (Jovernment will not 
find it necessary to order any drafted 
men into the service. — A^. T. Eve. Post, 
81 h. 

THK DRAWING TO COMMEXCK ON MONDAY, 
THE 1.'}TII — TIIK QL'OTA. 

We have excellent authority for the 
statement that formal orders have been 
sent to this city from Washington for the 
draft to begin, and Monday next is the 
tune set for the drawing. It is under- 
stood that Long Island and Staten Island 
are included in the order. 

In some of the districts where the en- 
rollment may not be complete it is possi- 
ble the drawing will be postponed. 

The names have in all cases been col- 
lecttMJ, but correction of the lists is deem- 
ed essential, as a matter of convenience ; 
though the rights of no person could be 
jeopardized by the operations of the 
draft, from the fact that errors are to be 
rectified whenever they are discovered. 

The number of men to be furnished by 
this city under the quota of 3U<),<MX) is 
12,500, but the number of names to be 
drawn is about ID.OfMJ. As the enrol- 
ment includes nearly two hundred thou- 
sand names, three -fourths belonging to 
the first class from which the draft will 
be made, and the number of men of that 
class really liable to Jo military duty 
(deducting exempts) scarcely exceeds 
sixty thousand, it will be seen that a sup- 
plementary draft may bereciuired to com- 
plete the (|uota. Certainly it is reasona- 
ble to infer that of the nineteen thousand 
persons whose names will be drawn, all 
who are liable under the act will be 
needed to complete the re<juired number. 

The quota of Brooklyn will ecpial four 
thousand men. It is estimated that the 
proporti«)n of the "able-bodied" citizens 
within the' ages and conditions prescribed 
for the first «lass is greater in that city 
than in New York. 

The ({uota of Queene county is nine 
hundred men ; of Suflblk, nearly seven 
hundred ; and of Richmond (Staten 
Island) four hundred — the proportion ot 
the respective counties of the troops 
called for. 

The method of drafting is well under- 
stood. It need only be said, that the 
drawing in each of the districts will be 
perfornM^d by the enrolling l>*>ard of that 
district, ami that Acting Assistant Pro- 
vost Marshal (ien(!ral Nueent. who had 
the chief supervision of the enrollment, 
is not charged by Uie law with the exe- 
cution of any of the p-ocesses of drafting. 

The three hundred dollar exemjttion 
clause will be made available by a very 
large prgportion of the conscripts. The 
term of service, it present indications are 



to bo relied oo. will b« a short one ; it is 
even possible that no otaer than camp 
duly will remain to be performe4l by the 
dratted men, when tliejr shall have l>een 
uniformed and prepannl for the field. — 
N. r. Evening t*o*t, 9th, 

THK M.iSSACnX8«TT8 KVROLtJtfKNT. 

The Prcvost Marshals of all the dis- 
tricts in the .State, except threfe — the 
second, eighth and ninth, which have not 
yet reported their enrollment lists to tho 
J'rovoBt Marslial General — have received 
orders to be ready for tho draft as soon 
as possible, and as the different quotas 
are assigned, the drawing will soou taku 
place. The total quota of the seven dis- 
tricts where the enrollment is completed, 
is 1.5,. 019, as follows : First district, 1,- 
yr>4: 3d. 8,072; 4tb, 2,798; 5tb, 1.851; 
r.th. 1.806; 7th. 1.775; 10th, 2,203. 
This U a Leavy draft, but it is expressly 
stated that the State has received due 
cre<iit for all men thus far furnished, and 
indicates that the government intends to 
make a substantial addition to the anny, 
nearly 600,000. — Springfield Reimblican 
fUh. ' 

NAMR.S DRAWN IX BOHTON WEDNESDAY. 

The draft in the Third and Fourth 
districts of Massachusetts commenced on 
Wednesday moiuing. The Fourth dis- 
trict includes wards one, two. three, five, 
six, and nine, of lioston, the city ot Cam- 
bridge, eitv ot Chelsea, and the towns of 
North Chelsea and Winthrop. The draft 
took place at the Provost Marshal's office, 
Sudbury street. The names were drawn 
from the box by deputy provost marshal 
Wm. H.fiardner, the wheel being turned 
by a boy. 

The quota required is as follows : Bos- 
ton. 3.077 ; Cambri«lge, 745 ; Chelsea, 
North Chelsea, and Winthrop, 375 ; Rox- 
bury. 840; Brookline. 144. Among the 
names drawn in tlie Third district yester- 
day were those of Robert C. Winthrop, 
Jr., Abbott Lawrence, and Joseph F. 
Cabot. In all, 1.066 men, or a full regi- 
ment, were drafted during the day in the 
two districts. The remainder of the 
quota was to bo made up by a draft on 
the following day. 

THK DKAKT IK RHODE ISLAND. 

The Provost Marshal of the eastern 
district began the drafting in Providence 
on the 7th. The names in four wards 
ware drawn. The announcement of the 
names of the drafted was received with 
great good-humor Several colored men 
were among those drafted. Tho drawing 
coiitinueil on tie ><th. It also began in 
the wvMtern district on the 8lh. 

AN KDITOr. l>RAFTKn. 

. Ore of fh<j editors of the Providence 
(R. I ) Journal has been caught in the 
meshes ol the draft. He takes the mat- 
ter philosophically, and tlianks his nume- 
rous friends who. in the kindness of their 
hearts, have ofTered to sene as substi- 
tutes — in the editorial chair. 

THE DUAPf IN NKW HAMPSHIRK. 

A draft has been ordered in New 
Hampshire lor 9,000 men. 

AN ESTIMATE. 

From the number which aro to be 
drawn in a single State, an approximate 
estimate for the other States can be ob- 
tained. Tho number to be drawn in 
Rhode Island is 2.881, to which fifty per 
cent, is added for exemptions ; tbiswoold 
make the proportions of the conscripts to 
the whole population of the State (fe- 
males and children included) as 1 to 40.- 
41, or in other words, about one person 
in every 41.12 will bedrafted. Taking 
this as a basis of calculation, the number 
of men that will be called for from the 
New England and Middle States (Mary- 
land excepted) will be as follows : 

Number Acntal 

Popnlation. drafted. No. 

Maine - - - 628,279 1.5,.V)0 10,367 

New Hampshire Wfi.073 8,070 .5.380 

Vermont - - 31.5,098 7,797 .5,198 

Mussachusctts 1,234.066 40,464 20,.309 

Connecticut - 460.147 11,134 7,426 

Rhode Island- 174,620 4,321 2,881 

XcwYork - 3,880,7.35 96,a34 64,023 

New Jersey - 672,017 14,15a 9,427 

In the above table the second column 
of figures gives the number of men to be 
drafted, and the last column the a.''tual 
number wanted for tlie service after al- 
lowing fifty per cent, for exemptions. 

On this basis the call will be for about 
300,(X)0 men for the whole North. Of 
course allowance will be ma^e in the 
quotas of New York, New Jersey, Penn- 
sylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and 
Ohio for the militia they have sent into 
the field for the present emergency. This 
will reduce the number to be drafted in 
those States, though not very consider- 
ably. 



LATEST NEWS, 

"By Telegrrapli. 



ITS IVEW Y^OR^rC. 



S,000 COPPERHEADS IN ARMS. 



Tlie Tribune Ofllce 
Glutted. 



PRIVATE BUILDINGS 
BURNED. 



A susnicious character, supposed to be 
one of Morgan's spies, was arrwted here 
this evening. 

CATRR FROM ROSKOIKAir*. 

CiNCIMXATI, July 14. 

The Commerrial says Mr. Wm. S win- 
ton of the N. y. Timen arrived last night 
direct from Rosecrans headquarters. 

The main body of IJragg's army has 
retreated from Chattanooga to Atlanta. 
It is presumed that the bulk of his forces 
have been sent to Richmond to garrison 
that place. 

llosecrans has taken four thousand 
prisonem during the late forward move- 
ment. 

Our army is in high spirits and splendid 
condition. 



COXFJL. ACM ATIOar. 

QExaoiT, July 14. 
A destructive fire occurred at Bay 
City, Mich., on Sunday afternoon. A 
large portion ol the town is reported to 
be in ruins. No particulars. 



POLICEMEN MURDERED. 



Grov. Seymour Sends 

to Washing-ton to 

Stop the I>raft. 

- _ - 

MAYOR OPDYKE'S HOUSE 
SACKED. 



AFTERNOON REPORT. 



MORGAN TEN MILES IN 

THE REAR OF CIN* 

CINNATI. 



RAILROAD TRAINS IN- 
TERCEPTED. 



SHER9I IN PURSUES AND AT- 
TACKS JOHNSTON. 



He Oereats Him and 

Captures J3,000 

I*risoners. 



GRANT PAROLED 31,277 
PRISONERS. 

RUMORED SURRENDER 

OP PT. HUDSON WITH 

18,000 REBELS. 



BRAGG RETREATS FROM 
CHATTANOOGA. 



llosecrans Oaptiires 
4,000 Secesh. 



MORNING REPORT. 



/^roceries~cheaF~at 
CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 

lIsrinK l<>aHed the store oecnplH bj L. O. John- 
son & Co., and purciiKMd their 

Stocli or Oroceries, 

Msjr be fonnd at 

220 Third Street, two doori tAote the North 
Western Expreu Ofice, 

Where they will i«H 

OR^OOERIES 

AT VERY LOW FIOOlBS, 
FOR THE NEXT THIRIT DAYS. 

Ve wiah to close oat thii .toek entire!/ u w* 
propo.e to 

CHANGE THE BUSINESS, 

and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with oai 

Pai><>r3£ill at St. AjatJaony. 

*»-All kinds of WRAPPING PAPBR lor 
nalo, and the highost prioe paid in ea*b fer ngi. 
rope, and ol<i printed papers. IjM-if 



MOnCAIV'S RAID. 

Cincinnati, July 14. 

Morgan's forces crossed the Big Mi- 
»mi, at Vienna last night, burned the 
bridge behind them. Passing through 
Burlington and Springdale they crossed 
the Hamilton and Dayton liailroad. at 
Glendale, at six this morning, moving 
towards Camp Dcnnison. 

It is not known that any d image was 
done at Glendale or to the Hamilton and 
Oayton road. 

Telegraphic communication is still open 
with Hamilton. 

Morgan's men are reported much jaded 
and will hare to rest 

Six of Morgan's men were captured at 
Milford, Cleruiont county, on Sunday 
night, and four more at New Boston. 

Ci!#cixKATi, July 14—9 A M. 

Morgan's forces reached Miamiville, 
on Little Miami this mornmg, tore up 
the track, and arrested the accommoda- 
tion train coming west. The train put 
back to Lovelasid. 



THE RIOT I!r IVE^r YORK. 

. MiLWArKEE, July 13. 

At latest accounts from New York, up 
to six o'clock last evening, the riot had 
not abated, but was increasing in fury. 

A number of elegant dwelling houses 
had been rilled of their contents and 
burned, policemen stoned and beaten to 
death, and a great number of persons 
more or less injured by the infuriated 
devils. 

The mob is said to have been instiga- 
ted and led on by one Andrews, of \ ir- 
ginia, who haj figured somewhat conspic- 
uously at recent copperhead meetings at 
Cooper Institute. 

He addressed the rabble while the work 
of destruction was going on, reviling the 
administration and counselling resistance 
to its law. 

Mayor Opdyke has issued a proclama- 
tion declaring his intention to put down 
the riot, and establish order at all haz- 
ards. 

Gov. Seymour has been sent for, and 
was expected to arrive last evening. 

At 4 o'clock yesterday the mob was 
said to number .3,000. all armed, and bent 
on indiscriminate destruction of every- 
thing in their way. 
New Yonx, July 14, via N. Y. & Erie Line. 

Superintendent Kennedy is badly, but 
not fatally injured. 

About 7 o'clock r. >r., yesterday, a 
crowd gathered aroud the Tribune office, 
commenced yelling. A few men attack- 
ed and gutted the publication office, but 
were dispersed by the police, after £ring 
a few shots. 

The riot is still raging. 

Governor Seymour has just telegraph- 
ed to Albany for all the military that can 
be raised and sent here. 

BuFFAXo, July 14. 

This city is filled with rumors regarding 
the New York riot, but they cannot be 
traced to any reliable source. The tele- 
graph lines to New York are still inter- 
rupted, and no reports can be got except 
from newspapers carried by railroad to 
Albany. 

It is reported that the track of the 
Hudson River Railroad has been torn up 
for some distance. 

It is thought the draft will have to be 
postponed in Buffalo for want of suffi- 
cient force to protect the officers. 



T 



AKEN UP. 



Ih«« »nb«oriber has taken ap »4ark red COW; 
brindlo ht>ad ami I. gi, rather oM. lite owner ia 
requi-ated to come forward, paj ehaorea and take 
her away. BRIlMiKT MADLKY. 

Sear the Uorauui CaabollBChnreh, 

iyl»-3t» SUPmiI, 

AUCTION SALE OF FIXTURES- 
OK A DKUtt .•-roKI'L ALK. WI.Nh;, h>\. 
—Will be told on Thiirf (^ay, Jolr l«th, at the .tore* 
of R. 4i J. M. Warner, eor TUrAaod Waba.hMw 
••tn«et., at 10 o'clock a. M.,.a ••! of Drawer* t^g^ 
.Shelves of l>nig Store, OAce I>Mk,alot ofChaae 
I paxtie, Cider and HotUed Ale, ko. 
■ Jyl6-2t R. tt J. K. WARNRtt, Anrtioneerr. 



rR4NIC VlCH.flRURe A!ID PORT 

iii;i»iio.v. 

Cincinnati, July 14. 

Tlift Commer%cial has Vicksburg advices 
to Uhii 8th. 

'Gen. Grant liad finished paroling the 
r« jbel prisoners - 

They number thirty-one thousand two 
hundred and aemntg-aeven, (31,277.) 

The General officers captured include : 
Lt. Gen. Pemboirton ; Major Gens. Ste- 

Ehenson, Forney, Bowen and Smith; 
;rig. Gtjns. Lee', Taylor, Herbert, Cum- 
mingi. Burton. Sharpe, Harris, Moore, 
Baldwin and Vaughan. 

Immediately after the surrender of 
Vicksburg, Gen. Sherman moved in the 
direction of the Big Black river, with a 
large army. 

On tho fi^Uowing day he met Johnston 
drawn up in-. Imo of battle. 

A sanguinary engagement took place, 
resulting in Johnston's defeat and the 
capture of 2,000 prisoners. 

Gen. Frank Blair is reported in pos- 
session of Jackson. 

The rumor was in circulation that Tort 
Hudson bad aurrcndered to Banks on the 
5tfa, with 18,000 pr soners. 



VROML I5l]r»IAarAPOLIS. 

Indianapolis, July 13. 
i A terrible accident occurred here this 
' «*»ning while the 12th Michigan battery 
w%B marching through the strwts. 

A caisson tixploded instantly, killing 
twt» jutillensts »nd a driver on the rear 
hopjirt. A boy who waa walking on tlie 
•tmec at the time wa# mortally wounded, 
antt hgM since died. 



KXPECTEO ATTACK 
CHABI^EtfTOJi. 



OM 



tant General to Washington, to reqiie«t 
the draft to be stopped, and implored the 
crowd to respect property and jK'rsons, 
and the State would see that all would be 
made satisfactorv. 

4..30 p. .M. — All omnibuses bavp stop- 
ped I unning, and the hor^e cars also un- 
der threat of the mob. 

A body of infantry and artillery ar*) 
stationed at the Hud^Kxi River radroad 
depot, to protect it from » large mob 
congregated there. 

A larjje pork packing factory was 
burned by the mob this munting, and also 
a block of nine buildings, including a 
planing mill, on 29th street. 

The mob this morning took possession 
of a tenement block on 34th street, but 
were driven out by the infantry who shot 
and killed several. 

The mob set on fire a school bouse in 
17th street, but the fire was extingui?<bed. 

The mob attacked a detachment of ma- 
rines near Delaney street, when the latter 
fired, killing three and wounding six. 
*•» 
A MOB in nSVTARK. 

NEtTAHK, N. J., July 14. 
A mob attacJced the Mercury office 
Monday night, but were finally diiven off 
by the police. This morning nuioerous 
rioters went to New York. 



MIDNIGHT REPORT. 



Philadelphia, July 13. 

The Bulletin savs we learn from Wash- 
ington, on excellent authority, that an 
attack on Charleston was to have com- 
menced on Thursday last. 

A fleet of iron-clads, under Admiral 
Dahlgrcn, was' rendezvousing at Port 
Koyal and Edisto, at last accounts. A 
number of wooden vessels have been 
furn:shed with Whitworth guns and oth- 
erwise fitted to take part in the attack. 

Gen. Gilmore has command of a large 
land force which is to co-operate with the 
Navy. 

The present plan is first to attack and 
take the batteries on Morris Island. IJ 
they are captured, it is expected their big 
guns will be turned upon Fort Sumter 
and the iron-clads be thus aided in redu- 
cing the Fort ress. ^ 

TmKK WA.MjM.iXti BACK. 

Baltihouf, July 13. 

The American has a special, dated 
Hagerstown, July 12, which says : 

Early this morning it was discovered 
that the rebels had fallen ba k from 
JFunkstown. . Kilpatrick's cavalry then 
pushetl forward and occupied the place 
after slight resistence. 

The armies of Meade and Couch are 
within a few hours march of Lee's army. 

EVENING REPORT. 

THE RIOT 1!« IfEir YORK. 

New Yor.K, July 14, 3 v. m. 

The Post says that bodies of rioters to- 
day visited the large manufacturing estalv 
lishments, forcing laborers to join them, 
forbidding the loading of ships, &c. 

Up to this hour several houses have 
been sacked, including Mayor Opdyke's. 
Conflagrations are occurring momentarily, 
aud the mob, which seems to be divided 
into separate crowds, are bent on plun- 
der, pillage and robbery of persons. 

The merchants have held a meeting, 
and about 200 have just marched up 
BroE'lway, to enroll themselves as a 
special police. 

There have been several collisions be- 
tween the military and police, in which 
the rioters got worsted. ^ 

Detachments of troops with two pieces 
of ordnance, under Col. 0,Brien, charged 
on the rioters at 9 o'clock, on the Uth 
inst. Three rounds of blank cartridges 
were fired from the cannon, and the mob 
hastily dispersed, promising to come 
back soon with arms. 

A company ol infantry wa.« stoned in 
Pitts street, when the Lieutenant ordereil 
the company to fire, which it did, killing 
several of tlie scoundrels, the rest flee- 
ing. 

Four o'clock P. m.— The brokers Iteld 
a meeting and organized themselves into 
companies for immediate service. Simi- 
lar meetings are being held in different 
parta of the city. 

All the stort« down town are now 
closed. The armories and 'areenalt and 
public buildings are fully garrisoned. 

Some 6,(XX) effective troops are expect- 
«d in the city this evening. 

The mob is quite dense in the City 
Hall Park, where Gov. Seymour address- 
ed it stating that he had sent his Adju- 



mORCJAaf'll RAID MX OBIO. 

Cincinnati, July 14. 

Morgan's forces crossed the Little Mi- 
ami Railroad, between Lovcland and 
Camp Dennison to-day, and captured a 
train of three coaches and one baggage 
car, and burnt it. 

They had a sligh*^ skirmish at Camp 
Dennison, and burnt fifty Government 
wagons near Lovelan J. 

They left in a south-easterly direction, 
and are reported having passed Batavia. 
They are respecting private property, 
only taking fresh horses and subsistence. 

Since crossing the Ohio river, Morgan 
has cut seven railroads, all of which have 
sustained serious damage. 

All trains arc now running as usual. 



— A statement is going the rounds of 
the press that the Gen. Farns worth, kill- 
ed in the Gettysburg batile, is Gen. John 
F. Farnsworth, niemV>er of Congress from 
Illinois. This is an error. The latter 
has resigned his position, and is now in 
the town of Woodstock instead of being 
the victim of sad obituaries. 

— The draft takes place at once in 
Rhode Island. There are to be drawn 
2,850, and 50 per cent more as an allow- 
ance for exempts. 



QUARTERLY REPORT OF THK 
PEOPLE'S BANK. 

A Banking Association organized under an Act 
of the Legislature nf the Sute of Minnekota, 
entitled " An Act to autliorize and Regulate tiM 
Buninesa of Banking," appro%-ed July tH, ISftS, 
shuwiug a (^tatemeut of the tollowing i'emi oa 
the morning of the fir!<t Monday of Julv, in lb* 
year l^6R, l>efore tlie truusaction of tny busUteas 
on that daj- : 

RESOVRCBS. 

Dne 'rem the Stockholder* of this 

Bank, CuplUl Stock not paid in $20,000 00 

Stock* on deposit with State Auditor at 

thfir par value 90,000 00 

r. S. I-egal tender Xotec 16,! 10 00 

I>oi>8 and Kxpenoe account 929 01 

I'o't <>fiioe Currency •••. 10 9S 

$67,OSO 00 

liabilities. 

Capital $50,000 00 

Uegistered Bank Not « receired fW>m 

Auditor and not returned tl8.0<« 

Dr-duct Registered Notes on h *nd 950 

t.eave« KegiMtered Bank Notes in cir> 

culatiou 17,000 00 

ter.oM 00 

STATE OF MfXXKSOTA, \ ,, 

KAi^^<EY C'CJtTY. J "" 

E.S.KDGKRTOX, President, and P. A. MOX- 
FOltT, Cashier, of the abore nsmed Bank, heiug 
swrerally .«woru. do fav that thev an- re«pce'ively 
(he Prejiidei't and < «ahier of Raid Bank, and that 
the foregoing I-, in all rcKpectH,* true and e«»rrvc« 
>tatein^nt ot the conditiou of naid Bank, on the 
Sr tMonuar, Ix^ing the Kixthday of July, IMVt, 
lH>fore tht> tranyjictiun of any businevii of said 
Bank, on the morning ol that da , acroniing to 
the l)C9t of their Kevtrnl and recpective knowledge 
ami belief; and that the vlu-e where the buriat^n 
ot diccuuiit and deposit of said Bank l» oirrled 
ou, i« Aaiut Peter, iu the Mid «..ounty of McoUel. 
K. .•*. KDGkKTO.N. Preaideut. 
D. A. MON'FOItT Ctaliier. 

Subsicribed and Sworn to by both L>»T>i»nent», 
before me, this fourteenth dav of Julv, IstiS. 
JOiEi'U LKWis, Notary Public, 

jylS-It Kanuey County, Min. 

QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUE 

STATE BANK OF MIXXESOTA, 

A B'tnking Association organised under an Act 
of the I.tgislature of the Slate of Minneaota, 
entitled " Au Act to authorize and K«-gulate the 
BuKineM!) of Btnking," approved July M, InW, 
•howing a Siat*ineni of Of following Item* on 
the iiioriiing of ihe first Monday ol Jii v, iu tlie 
y ar INII, beforii the traiiiae:ion of any buiUnras 
OB thiit day : 

RF.SOfRCBS. 

Loans and Discounts, except to Sock- 
holdO'sand Br- k»Ts $.18,925 15 

Due from the Stockholder* of this B«ok lh,xtt-.' M 

Over Drafts, « 2,9l3 *i6 

Stock* on IK'iKMUt with .>tiite Aaditur, 
ai their pu- value 22,300 00 

Promissory KMea,otbr-r than or Loan* 
and DiscbuB s 17,937 tl8 

Sp«'cie, $-', ^».^4 ; C»«h Items, U- S. 
>otes 4i;'2,<.O0.u0; Bank Noi«s and 
riiecks, 95,514 00; State and Conaty 
Orders, $,.7.49 SI, 181 4J 

LoiS and Kxpeuse account 1,M'* H7 

$1X3 (ibt 33 
LtABtLITIBS. 

Capital $25.000 00 

Ucgisterod Bank Notes received from 

Auditor and not returned ^•'*' ® 

Due to Banks 'i.WC' Vl 

Due IXeposltor* OB demand 7S,240 4X 

$123,6S4 33 
STATE OF MIXXESOTA, | „ 

HKn.NF.rlN O- UNTT. i 

R. J. MKXDENHALL, President, and H. J. 
BALDWIN, Caahier. of the above named Bank, 
b -Ing soveraUv alfir.ne«l and • worn, do say that 
thi-y are respt'Ctivoly the President and Cachier 
of liaid Bank, and that ib« foregoing is. ia all ro- 
specia, a true aud corr«»ct Staiemt-ut of the con- 
dition of said Bank, on tlio first Monday, b.'tug 
the sixtli day of .Inly. IM»n. U'fope the traiisartiou 
of any business of »aid Bank, on th ■ moruii.g of 
thai aav, according to the l>t•^t of iheir aev.TaJ 
and rei'iK'cflve knowledge and bebef : and tliat 
the plaoe where the bu«iufss of disctmut and d«- 
po^it of said Itsuk is carried on, is MlnaeapoU*, 
in the said Count\ ot Ht-nnfpin. 

R. J . >I KN 1> •^ N H V LL, President. 
«. J. BALi>»VIN, Collier. 

Subscribed and atfirmtHl and sworn to bv both 
PeiM>lKnt», before me, tlii« el 'venth dav of July, 
IWiT WM. K.McFAKLAnK 

jyia-lt Notary PubUo, Min. 

lyTESSRS. LIVERMORE. CLEWS 

Btsalivn, 3-ft Waall Mreet, M«w T*rl<. 

Hare reoetved instructions ftom Washington to 
continue as Agents to supply the 

U. S. " 5-20 " Bonds, at Par, 

As heretofore. h^* 

-pOR RENT, 

n»c two storv flrame hnilding »t the w«st end 
of I be Bridge. ' To a good Mnant, thn terms will 
he low enough to equalize the Bridf* toU- in- 
quire of H. WKBKK, 

jv IS Third atTMt, nbovn thn P. O. 



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I'rni.lSHKU »AILY,TR'-\VltKKl,Y ASP WFRKI.T. 

l>riSt'*»— A.<l.j<>ini«»s the Bridjje. 



The Battle Field at Gettys- 
burg. 

SCENES AFTER THE FIQHT. 



.9' 



Extorlion of the PonnBylvamans. 



TM^nt.r Onia <'liHr«r«*«l f«»r w Dm 
M«'«* for it nur«l«<r«*«l MuIdirrT 



N I V KUOl'S 



ASM) IXTF.Ui:sTIN(J 
CIDKNTS. 



«\>rro«pondence of the X. Y. Timos, 

Gkitysbiro, tluly 7.— The liiatory oi 
the -rodt battle cairiot now bo litlier lul 
Iv or truthfuU}- written. Tlu- ignoniinous 
rVtreat of tlie eiioniy, ami the unrsuit of 
our own (on-v^, ron\l«is the Ratlierin}; ol 
tji.t.s ami lists of i-asi;:iUie.s very ditTIeult. 
A flionsantl and one incnlents remain un- 
told, and they are all of tin- most inler- 
olinj,' iharaeter. 1 have adoztu themes, 
all prt'ssinij for mention in this letter, 
and seareely time li>r doing juytiee to one 
it them. 

One oltho most important is the extent 
of »>nr lo.-<se.s. There are all >orts of wild 
« slimates, some of tiiem too. I am .-iorry 
to say. by gentlemen of the medieal pro- 
le.ssion. who onglit to knoT better. 1 
have earelnlly eulled all tlie reports yet 
in. nntl though the fightmg was the sever- 
est ol the war, yit I tlo not see how the 
actual easualties can exeeed seventeen 
thousand, ami probably will not go above 
fdtien thousand. Several thonsawd nu-n 
art' eountcd an»ong tlie missing, but they 
ure not prisoners — they are on a grand 
.straggle, and the eountry from Frederick 
to Westminster, to Hanover, to (lettys- 
burg, and back again to Frederick, 
swarms with loose men away from their 
commands — luxuriating among the farni- 
houses as long as their money lasts, and 
safe from the gobble ol provost guards, 
of whieh, by the way, nobody has seen 
any lately. 

The eountry must not over-estimate 
the results of the victorious contests of 
last week. True, ])eop e were famishing 
lor a success at the hands of the Army of 
the I'olomac, and having got it, they ap- 
l)laud to the skies. It is already better 
tlian Anfietani, and it may be a great deal 
better, but let not false reports be born 
only to be extinguished in bitter disap- 
pointment. 

And to our captures. Whoever is so 
sensational as to pen the deliberate false- 
lioods with reference to the number of 
prisoners and guns captured, should at 
once be compelled to wear a straight- 
jacket. Either thing could be easily veri- 
lud — the first by going to the Provost- 
ISIarshal-CJeneral. and the second by go- 
ing to the chief ordnance ofHcer. 1 ap- 
plied at the former's ofhre la.^t evening, 
and learned that tlie number of prisoners, 
including rebels wounded, thus far re- 
ported was nearly cU'veii thousand. I 
Uuow now that we captured no artillery 
whatt^ver, an«l the enemy none from us. 
But there is one thini; the eountry can- 
not have too much ol — sympathy lor the 
fallen — or cannot give too much of — aid 
for the wounded, and unstinted praise for 
the valorous ones, whose steady and un- 
I'linehinff cotira;ie have turned the tide of 
hui-ce.ssive disaster into a sweeping and 
furgiiig victory — let a nation l>u truly 
thankful. 

And nprofjo.'i to this, let me make it a 
matter of undeniable history that the 
conduct of tht> majority of the male citi- 
zens of Gcttysbtirg, and the surruuml- 
ing county of Adams, is such a^* to etauip 
them with dishonor and craven-hearted 
meanness. I do not speak hastily. 1 
Lut write the unanimous sentiments of the 
whole army — an army which now feels 
that the doors from which tln'V drove a 
host of robbers, thieves and cut-throats, 
•were not worthy of being tlelended. 



t««>ui^ andjis Mr. W. returned h6 
ottland tenderly forced him in, anclsl 
ed him a ro4m prepared for his u4»» so 
long as he should stay in Gettv sburg, and 
then insisted upon his sitting down to a 
tia table generousiy ami elegantly spread 
for him and fi\e other strangers. 

Stjuire Sanmel Honborrow, living near 
Two Taverns, five nules eaht of (iettys- 
burg, lor days fed scoren of men and ofh- 
i eors, including (inn. Mertnlith, wounded; 
kept his wife and servants uookiu^ cou- 
.stantly, and proviUttd large aiuount* of 
food it>r the wounded, aud lor mil (hi* he 
refused compensation. He has a noble 
son in the army, who be would have thiis 
done by. ile came home to sih* his 
lather, and that fiither blessed him as 
, I thev partcil. and said : **My son, I wish 
' to save your life if I e.in ; don't expose 
yourself to net^dlena danger, but reflect 
"credit upon your family -do your duty." 
And that son, now two years a soldier in 
the Keserves, does his duty. 

In ^faryland, I am happy to aav, there 
were ft'w cases of extortion. Tne con- 
trast between the two States was inarkiMl. 
.Vrticles of food were freely provided and 
sold at very uioilerate prices. The towns 
of Middlebury, Taney town. Liberty, 
L'nion Bridge and others, will long be 
remembered by our soldiers. 

A few more incident* of the battle may 
be interesting here. 

.lolin Burns, a resident of Gettysburg, 
about fifty years of age, took his own 
shot-gun and Joined in the battle on 
Thursday, in «iel«n9« of hw home, lie 
fought very bravely, as was shown by 
his receiving live wounds, none of them 
serious, however. 

On the evening of the second day's 
fight, the rebels charged on Battery B. 
First Pennsylvania artillery. A rebel 
Lieutenant "jumped over the works, and 
ilemanded of the Captain the surrender 
of the battery. The Captain responded 
by knocking' him down and taking forty 
of his men prisoners. 

The First New Hampshire battery was 
located on a rise of ground, with a small 
grove of timber close in the rear. When 
the rebels were advancing across the open 
plain the men left their pieces, heavily 
shotted, and secreted themselves in the 
grove. The rebels perceiving this, sup- 
posed the pieces deserted, and came on 
at a rapid rate. When within short 
range tlu; men rejoined their pieces, and 
opened a terribly destructive Gro upon 
them, which caused them to break and 



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Afft r At lilF. 

< ij«trruv^ 
Monnmento and head^tonet lioj^ere .and 
there overturned. 'Graves, once «-an'- 
ftdly tended by some loving hand, huve 
been trampled by horses' feet until the 
vestiges ot verdure liave disappuared. 
The neat and well trained shrubbery has 
vanished, or is but a broken and withered ] ing before the othi-r, and the body is ly- 



ten feet awny.H/\s I moH forymjpi I fi^ 
another qprpsJE^videnllMhatyDfra- rebe 
who was HfucQirhiK' in JW' a(xjpf taking 
aim over his musket, llis naiids are 
raiued, the left extending beyond the 
right, and the lingers of the former part- 
ly bent, as if they had juot Ik en grasping 
the stock of a gun. One foot is advanc- 



iitaas of tangled brusliwood. Do oiw 
grave lies a dead artillery hor»o, fairt 
«leeomposing under the .July sun. On 
another lie the toni garments of s(<me 
wounded soldier, stain«'d and saturated 
mUk hi« blood. Across a aiuall iH'ad- 
jitone, bearing the words •• T«> the memo- 
ry of oiw beloved child, Mary," lie tlu! 
fragments of a musket sh.ittered by a 
eanion shot. In the ci'Uter of a space 



in<{ on its right Hide. To appearances it 
did not move a uiUhcle alter ii.>eeiving its 
wouud. 

4UDIT10NAI. liOUIU>IU<. 

The body of anotlicx rebel attracts my 
attention by a singular circuiut^tatiei;. 
The liice is di.'tcolored in the extreme, 
Mack as that of the purest ConffO n:'gr ». 
Thft hands are as nelicate as those ol a 
lady and o( tnowy whiteness. With the 



enclosed by an iron fence ami containing i exception of the face, the body is but 

a liaif doz«'n graves a few rails are still 

^standing where they were erected by our 

soldiers, and served to support the shelter 

tents of a bivouacking s(juad. A family 

shaft has been broken in fragments bv a 

.sltell, and only the base i-einains, vritli a 

portion of the luscription thereon. Stone 



little swollen, and there arc no signs of 
the commencement of decomposition. 
Several bodies that I find show blackened 
faces, but no others than this display 
such a contrast between the color of the 
face and hands. Near a small white 
house on the rebel line lies tin; body of 



after stone felt the effects of tin- jeii \ an officer, cvi<leiitly a lieutenant or cap- 
f/Vw/t!/- that was poured upon the crest ol I tuin. His right ann is exteiideil, as if to 
the hill. Cannon tlnnnleied and foot and ^ grasp the hand of a friend. All possible 



"The actions of the people of Gettysburgh 
are so sordidly mean and unpatriotic, as 
to engender the belief that they were in- 
ilifFerent as to which party was whijiped. 
I will give a lew instances. 

In the fir,-.t pl.-ice the male citizens 
mostly ran away, and left the women and 
children to the mercy of their enemies. 
On their return, instead of lending a 
helping hand to our wounded, and open- 
ing tln;,ir hous^es to our famished officers 
and soldiers, they have only manifested 
indecent haste to present their bills to 
the military authorities lor payment of 
lo.«ses inflicted by botharmie.«!. One man 
yesterday presented a Captain with a 
bill for eiyhteen rails which his imni had 
burned in cooking their cofi'ee ! On the 
streets the burden of their talk is their 
losses — and speculations as to whether 
the Government can be compelled to pay 
for this or that. Almost entirely tliey 
are uncourteous — but this is plainly from 
lack of intelligence and refinement. 
Their charges, too, were exorbitant — 
hotels, $2 .'>0 per day; milk 10 and 1.5 
cents per (juart ; tiread, SI and even 
$1 50 per loaf; twenty reiits for a band- 
age for a wounded soldier I And these 
are only a few sjiecimens of the sordid 
meanness and unjiafriotic spirit manifest- 
ed by these people, from whose doors our 
noble army had driven a hated enemy. 
1 wish it to be understood that the facts 
I have stated can be fully substantiated 
by many oflieers high in rank, as well as 
by what I personally saw and experi- 
ence<l. This is Adams county — a neigh- 
bor to Copperhead York, which is still 
nearer to the stupid and stingy Berks. 

Of course there were some briirht ex- 
ceptions to this conduct, and one or two 
that came to my notice, I desire to allude 
to here, for they richly deserve it, liaving 
mtersper.sed a bright oasis in this de.sert 
ol shameless indirt'erence and discourtesy 
— a shamclessness whicrh refused Miss 
Dix and her lady nurses board, because 
they "didn't want to be troubled with 
boarders." 

In honorable contrast to this sordidness 
was the conduct of Prof. Stoever an<l his 
amiable wife. As many as twelve wound- 
ed Union soldiers at once lay upon his 
dining-room floor, receiving from himself 
and Mrs. Stoever constant care. His 
spacious yard was for days a fn!e ordina- 
ry, where our men ate their fill, without 
money and without price not only, but 
with that hearty and eheerlul welcome 
whii h so reanimates the weary. In his 
cellar he concealed three Union officers 
for three days while the town was in pos- 
session of the rebels — anxiously deter- 
mtjied to save them from arrest and the 
Libby Prison. His wife fed thein sti«a)th- 
ily during that time. This generous man 
encountrcd Mr. Wilkeson while search- 
ing for his son's body, and overcame him 



fall back precipitately, with large num- 
bers killed and wounded. The Nine- 
teenth Massachusetts, Col. Uevereux, 
took three stand of colors, the Fourteenth, 
Nineteenth, and Fifty-third Virginia regi- 
ments. A portion of the battle field, the 
importjvnce of which was immense, and 
the contest for which has not been fully 
described, was the extreme left tlank, 
which the enemy endeavored to turn with 
so much desperation. When the Fifth 
corps was put into position, it, in fact, 
supported the Third corps, in part 
relieved it, and was extended out on the 
left, to lengthen our lines, and check- 
mate the enemy's flanking attempts. 
Ayres' division was on the left of the 
Third corps and the Third brigade 
ol the First division, (then commanded 
by (ien. I'arnes, the brigade of Col. 
\'inccnt) was detached and sent to 
guard the extreme left flank. Here some 
of the most desperate fighting of the day 
occurred. Col. Vincent, a brave and 
highly accomplished officer, was soon 
mortally wounded, and taken from the 
field. The command of the brigade then 
devolved upon Col. .James C. Rice, of 
the Forty-fourth New York. The com- 
mand had hardly gotten into position, and 
thrown out a heavy line of skirmishers, 
before two brigades of Texas and Ala- 
bama troops made a desperate charge 
.'\gaiiist their position, with the purpose 
of passing between our line and the 
mountain (Wolf Hill) immediately on our 
llank. They made live or six desperate 
attempts to accomplish this purpose, 
pressing up to within fifty yards of the 
line of our gallant brigade, which fought 
with great desperation — slaughtering the 
enemy by hundreds. But Col. Rice saw 
the great importance of the position and 
ih-termined to hold it — a determination in 
which the fire-proof brigade sustained 
him most gallantly. Not a m-in or offi- 
cer was adowed to flinch; ammunition 
got low, but was quickly re-supplied ; the 
struggle became more and more deadly ; 
many officers were falling wl»en Col. Rice 
sent to General Sykes for reinforce- 
ments, so that he could advance and take 
possession of the mountain, a third of a 
mile to the front beyond. Five regiments 

Correspond<»nce of tho N. V. Herald. 

of Crawford's Reserves came under Col. 
Fisher. Tliey were placed in a strong 
position and Col. Rice then ordered the 
Twentieth Maine, Col. Chamberlain, to 
advamre and take possession of Wolf 
Hill, which he gallantly did, taking twen- 
ty-five prisoners, including8ev<:ral officers. 

The brigade took, all togetlier, over 
three hundred prisoners, including two 
Colonels and fifteen commissioned ofH- 
cers, over four hundred stand of arms, 
saved all of our dead and wounded, and 
those of the enemy, and held at night his 
entire ground. One-third of the brigade 
was killed and wounded. Col. Rice's 
disposition of the troops in action, and 
his ordering the advance so that we rest- 
ed our flank on the mountain, were high- 
ly praised by his superior officers. Fifty 
dead rebels were buried in front of the 
pokition of the Twentieth Maine and For- 
ty-fourth New York, and the Eighty- 
third Pennsylvania brought in nearly a 
hundred of the enemy's wounded. 

(ireat grief is expressed at the loss of 
Col. Vincent, whom they all admired and 
respected as an accomplished gentleman 
and gallant soldier, lie was wounded 
in the groin, and though still living, is not 
expected to survive many hours. 

L. L CROUNSK. 



liorsc soldiers tramiieil over the Hlwej>ing 
place f>f the dead. Other deail were 
added to those who are resting here, and 
many a woutided soldier still livtts to 
remember the contest above those silent 
graves. 

l'Of*lTU>N OF \ ILllTKUV. 

In passing from the cemetery along the 
crest of the ridge where our line of batth; 
stood, I first came upon the posititm oc- 
cupied 'oy some of the batteries. This is 
shown by the numerous dead horses 1\ ing 
unburied and by the larg-; mounds which 
mark where others have been slightly 
covered up. T'here are additional traces 
of an artillery fight. Here is a broken 
wheel of a gun carriage, an exjdoded 
caisson, a Handspike and^ the numerous 
peculiarly colored paper covers that ac- 
company fixed ammunition. In the fork 
of a tree 1 found a Toatam<Mit, with the 
name "Charles Durrale, Corporal of 
company G," written on the fly leaf. The 
guns and the gunners have disappeared. 
Some of the latter arc now with the col- 
umn moving in pursuit of the enemy, 
others are sutTering in the hospitals, and 
still others ace resting where the bugle's 
reveille shall never awaken them. 

KV1I»KXCE OK U(»T WORK. 

Moving to the lef\ 1 find still more se- 
vere traces of artillery fighting. Tw«'nty- 
seveii dead horses on a space of little more 
than one acre is evidence of heavy work. 
Here are a few scattering trees, which 
were evidently u ed as a screen for our 
batteries. These trees di<l not escape 
the storm of shot and shell that was rain- 
ed in that direction. Some of them were 
perforated by cannon shbt, or have been 
completely cut olFin that peculiar splin- 
tering manner that marks the course of a 
projectile through green wood. Close 
by where this fighting took place are 
piled a large number of muskets and 
cartridge boxes that have bt>eu collected 
from the fiehl. Consiilerable work has 
been done in thus gathering the debris 
of the battle, but it is by no means com- 
plete. Over all the ground are scattered 
muskets, bayonets and sabres, our own 
being indiscriminately mingled with those 
of the rebels. 



positions in which a dying man can lall, 

can be noticed on this field. 

snKLU.NG GEX. me.vde's hkadquarteks. 

The little farm house on the Emmetts- 
burg road, where General Meade held 
his hcad<piarters during the cannona^le, 
is most fearfully cut up. It is already 
known how General Lee masked his ar- 
tillery and opened with one hundred and 
thirty pieces at the same moment. Two 
shells in ftwry .second of time fell around 
those head<iuarlers. The Khells tore 
through the little white building, explod- 
ing and scattering their fragments in 
every direction. Not a spot anywhere 
was safe. One shell through the door- 
step, another in the ehiuiney, athiid shat- 
tering a rafter, a fourth cutting olf the 
legs of a chair in which a stall* officer was 
seated ; others severed and splintered the 
posts in front of the house, howled through 
the trees by which the dwelling was sur- 
roundeil, and raised deep furrows of the 
soft earth. At the fence in front of the 
building the horses of aids and orderlies 
were standing. A dozen ofthe frightened 
animals fell by the rebel jirojecfiles, and 
others broke away and fled in the wildest 
fright towards the rear. One stafToflliccr, 
ami another and another were wounded. 
Strange to say, amid all this iron hail no 
one of the staff was killed. Every man 
stared death full in the face, and had little 
])rospect of escaping unhurt. Rarely in 
the history' of war has there been a scene 
to e(|ual this. 

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I-U«»M TIIK TOWN TO THK IIATTLE FIKI.D. 

GKTTYSHtJRO, Pa., July 6. — Passing 
out of (Jetlysburg by the Baltimore turn- 
pike, we eonie in a few steps to the en- 
tranee of the cemetery. Little of the 
enclosure remains save the wicket gate- 
way, from which the gates have In-en 
torn. The neat wooden fence thrown 
down to facilitate the movement of our 
artillery became absorbed for fuel and in 
various other uses, as the soldiers made 
tbiir camp on the spot. A iew palings 
scattered carelessly around are all that 
remain. The cemetery was such as is 
usually to be found near thrifty towns of 
the size of Gettysburg. None of the 
monuments and adorings were highly ex- 
pensive, though ull were neat, and many 
of tliein bordere<l on the costly. The 
place was kept with considerable care, as 
IS evidenced by the few traces of horticul- 
ture that remain. ITie eye is arrested 
bv a notice prominently posted forbid- 



wholly with his tender ontpourmg of ! *^'"g *'>^ destruction or mutilation of any 
sympathy and oilers of service. He snb- | shrub, trwj or stone about the place, un- 
sequently sought liim out and compelled , ^^'^ severe penalties. The defiance that 
him to come to his home and take food. ''*'■ makes against the civil law, and the 



nCKIAI. I'LiACKd OK THE FAIXBX. 

My next advance to the Iclt carries nie 
where the ground is thiukly studded with 
graves. In one group 1 count a dozen 
graves of the Twentieth jVLissaehusetts, 
near by those of the One Hundred and 
Thirty- seventh New York, and close at 
hand an e([ual number from the Twelltli 
Now Jersey. Care has been t.iken to 

[ilace a headboard at each grave, with a 
egible inscription thereon, showing whose 
remains are resting beneath. The head- 
board is usu.illy made from the nuuiant 
of a box that may have served its pur- 

fiose, and l>e<*ome useful as a box no 
onger. In a lew instaiu-*>s they appe.ir 
to have been made from fresh luiiil>er, 
with special reference to their present 
use. On one board the comrades of the 
dead soldiers h.id nailed the b.ick of his 
knapsack, on which his name was painted. 
On another was a biass phitt-, bearing the 
.><oldicr^s name in heavily stamped letters. 

CITIZKNS SK.\RCIirX(i TIIIC F1KLI». 

In the orchard in rear of this houi-e was 
the position of the rebel batteries during 
a portion of the attack upon our left. 
Fifteen of their horses lie dead on the 
ground, swollen to an enormous size 
As yet the citizens have made no attempt 
to bury the i)Utrefying nia.>se«. All over 
the field are numerous uu-n f'ruiii the 
country, engagetl in gathering whatever 
is of value. A few are merely in search 
of relics, but the most of them are bear- 
ing away any an«l everything that they 
consider lO be of any pecuniary value. 
Here ia this orchard field I find a 
countryman engaged in cutting the har- 
ness from one ofthe dead battery horses, 
and preparing to carry it from the Geld. 
Another has collected a dozen blankets, 
dropped by soldiers in the heat of the 
engugement. Another walks ])ast nie 
with three of the best iLUskets he can 
find on the battle field. Sentries have 
very properly been posted where they can 
take from visitors all that is of val le to 
the government. 

TTIF RKHEI. I>K..VI>. 

Retracing my steps before reaching the 
extreme left I return to the centre ol our 
position on the Cemetery Hill. I do not 
follow the path by which I came, but take 
a route along the hollow, between the 
two ridges. It was across riiis hollow 
that the charges were made in tlieassauUi> 
upon our position. Much blood was 

floured out between these two swells of 
and. IMost of the dead have been buried 
where they fell, or gathered in little clus- 
ters beneath some spreading tree or be- 
side clumps of bushes. Some ot the 
reb**! dead are still uncovered. The first 
that meets my ga/e I come upon sudden- 
ly, as I descend a bank some three or 
four lectin height, to the side of a small 
spring. He is lying near the spring, as 
if he had crawled there to obtain a draught 
of water. His hands are outspread upon 
the earth, and clutching at the little tufts 
of grass beneath them. His haversack 
and canteen are still banging to his side, 
and his hat is lying near liiui. His mus- 
ket is gone — either carried ofT by his 
comrades, taken by some relic seekers, or 
placed in the accumulated heap by our 
own soldiers. 

AXOTIIEIl C<)1M*.SK, 

a few paces distant, lies, with its hands 
thrown upward, in the position taken 
when the soldier received his fatal wound. 
He was probably killed instantly while 
standing upri£;lit, and fell backwards as 
he expired. His clothing is nut torn, no 
blood appears upon his garments, and his 
lace, though swollen, liaH no expression 
of anguish. Twenty yards from hiui are 
tho remains of a body cot in two by a shot 
or shell. The grasH around him is drench- 
ed in hi« blood, that even the rain of yes 



(,'oirespoudence of the N. Y. World. 

Hava.na, June .SO. — By the French 
steanu-r Vera Cruz, of the St. Nazaire 
line, which left Vera Cruz on the ICth 
and arriv.'il at Santiago de Cuba on the 
Jl'd, we li!ive important news from Mexi- 
co, brought us from Santiago by the Span- 
ish steamer I'ajaro del Oeeano, which ar- 
rived here ychterday morning. Fiie 
French army occupied tlie city of Mexico 
on the od iii>t., and Gen. Furey took for- 
mal possefsioii on the liHh. On arrival ol 
the French army at Mexico a deputatioM 
of the foreign (^ousuls lelt the city to ap- 
lirise the (ieneral-in-Chief that no resis- 
taiuie would be made, and anotl er, com- 
posed ol citizens, cariit d the .«.ime infor- 
mation to Gen. Hazaine, re<piesting his 
siieedy entrance, to prevent the disorder 
likely to arise in a city without a govern- 
ment, the President, Bonito Juarez hav- 
ing, with the officers and ollicial archives, 
escorted by the garrison, consisting cl 
.ibout ().'Kii( men and some artillery, re- 
tired to San Louis I'otosi, which city has 
been declared the capital ol the Republic. 
The French, we .are told, have sent a di- 
vision of troops against it, and it is re- 
ported that, in case a stand cannot be 
in.ade, tluarez and the capital will remove 
to Guadalajara, and then<'e the route 
laid down is Zacitccus, Victoria (Duran- 
go). and Chihuahua. We are told that 
Forey was received in Mexico with the 
greatest enthusia.-m : that the .streets 
were strewn with flowers; a TV Deum 
was chanted in the cathedral ; that illu- 
iiiinations and fireworks testified tho joy 
ofthe people for the arrival of the army 
which IS to bring them civilization, order, 
justice, peace, and true liberty. These 
are the French accounts, however, and 
the orticlal di.<patclies .^peak of the "deli- 
rinni of the people, who tlin-w themselves 
belore Forey and his stall'." (How for- 
tunate the streets were so well covered 
with flowers !) The French and Mexi- 
can llags were over the cathedral — that of 
Frsince alone on the n.itloiial palace, and 
only that of Mexico over the municipal 
buildings 

A public concert was given in the pub- 
lic st^uare on tbe evening of the lltli. 
Allegorical triumphal cars paraded the 
streets, »S:c. 

'J'hc M.nr(iuis de Galllfet, who was 
wounded at l*uebla, goes in tho Vera 
Ouz to Franc'3, earryiug the keys of the 
city of Mexico, and bt>aring tht," trophies 
of the prowesa of the French e.ngles in 
Mexico. Two men-of-w.ar have lelt Vera 
Cruz with (JUO prisoners — officers taken 
at I'uebla — and two more .are to start 
.shortly with 7<K) more. 

Gen. 'Cuillof and his brigade again iu- 
li'.stthe roads, and {iluiuUr all wlio pass, 
there being ii) one to restrain them nmv. 
Forey issued a proclamation to the 
Mexican people, but it is couched in such 
general terns as to mean nothing, and 
consists of expressions of good will and 
desires fojtkt prosperity af Mexi<o. . - 
Almonte' will be elected President 
rather through the m.ajority of French 
bayonets tluiF*bv Mexican votes, and 
then follows ilH3 surrender of Sonora. 



BLAKEMAN'S THE 



BfEW JEWELRY STORE, 




The next day, as Jlr. Wilkeson was pass- overthrow of many of society's customs, tenlav has not washed away. His gun is 
ing the Professor's door to an underta- , '* iorcMy apparent as one [Xiruses those - • 
ker*8, he placed his little son on the watch warning lines. 



f^ 



llank In tht* \rmj. 

The quesfion of rank between tho Ma- 
jor Generab of the .irmy has been decided 
by the lioanl ol Officers to whi«'h it li.vs 
licen submitted by determining tiie follow- 
ing order a"pre«'edc!ice : 

Major (iiiieral McClellan, a])pointed 
.May 14, l^Gl, to take rank from same 
date. ' 

Major G'ineral Fremont, appointed Ju- 
ly 1, to lh( rank from M.ay 1 1, ISOl. 

Major G'neral Banks, appointed .Fune 
.">, to take lai.k May Id, l^<(il. 

MajorfJMicral Dix.apjtointcd June 14, 
to take nank M.iy IC, l.s<;i. 

Major (j'eneral Butler, appointed May 
10, to tak# rank May Ki, IMH. 

The dofisionis upon two grounds : 1st, 
that an i^>puintment may be ante-dated 
by tlie Prexident, iv» in Gen. Fremont's 
«ase; and, iiid, that in the order in which 
the names 4ood in the list when the ap- 
pointments were sent into the Sertatc «le- 
temiines tic rank between Generals 
Banks, Dix. and Butler, without regard 
shattered in pieces, evidently by the same : to the actual date of appointment by the 
mittile that killed ita owner, and is lying VrvisxAani. ^Washington Republican. 

(. .-1 . - 



Foil.- doors bclov THOMPSON k BROTHF.K'S 

Bank, and next doortiolow SHAW'S 

Fa»)iioual>l« Hat Store, 

On XHir<l Street, 

Can b«» »een cplendid 

.SII.VKU TEA SF.TS, CAKE BASKETS, ICE 
PITCHERS, CASTORS, 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Dinmoml, Opal and Ruby Kings', Solid (Jold Fat- 
Kings and Pins in sets, 

From l^l.'^ to #^0. 

jfilO,000 wortli of SETH- THOMAS CLOCKS 

JUST RECEIVED. 

Those wivbinc to supply themselve* with a i>er- 

f^ct i'lock, will buy the SETH THOM.VS 

CIA)CK of 

N. B.— The Cheap American Gothic Clock, at 
Faelory piic.'s. All warranted to run well. 



A iTNK APsouTMKXT of the American 

manufactured Wateh ailjusted to heat and cold, 
and the most perfect timer made. A. BLAKE- 
MAN sells them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake tho place. Be sure that you call in at 
TH E NEW JEWELRY STORE. apl8-ly 



W 



ANTED 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, &c., in a small family. 
N»ne but a conipeteat p«'rson need apply to 

W. S. COMBS, 

BOOKSTORE, 
IH the 
jan23 POST OFFICE BUIL DING. 

TTATCirS BATTALION ! 

RKCRUITS WANTED. 
J^40 Bonntyl 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOARD 
AVILL BE PAID. 

The men will bo enlisted for three years or 
durinfr tho Indian War on our frontier. This 
enlisfmfnt avoids the draft, which chould be a 
jtreat indiicem)M)t to lliotie subject to the same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN. 

Corner of Serenth and .Tackson-sts., 

j4>%-tf St. Paul. 



BOOTH & HHOES 



AT 



VERY LOW PRICES, 



AT 



RILPATRICK'S. 



St. Paul. June f , 186.1. 



«A 



FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

or ALL KimM. 

Also, War«houReTrucks, Letter 
I . Mil I, Presses, fcc, &«. 

ViOTOANKS. GREEN LEA F i CO., 
l7»L*wWrWet; Chicago. For aale in St. Paul, 
by J. C. % l«iC. fc«rt)»*» * Co. 
Ba carvAil to buy only tho genuine. Jel4-awl7 




Corner Third and I?oI>ort-Sts. 

January 11, 18C:i.— ly. 



myU 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

I^AILT^oAr>. 

SUMMER ^Rii^:KaEMii:is:T. 

On and after MONDAY, JUNE 15tb, PaKseoger Trains will run as follows : 



Leave St 

5:45 

11:30 

5:00 



aplSff 



Paul. Arrive at St. Anthony, 

A. M. 6:20 A. M. 

A. M. 12 :05 M. 

p. M. 5:35 P. .M. 



Leave St. Anthony. 

8:00 A. M. 
•2:»J<t p. M. 
6 :00 P. M. 



Arrive at St. PmU. 

8:35 A. M. 
2:35 p. M. 
G :35 P. M. 



>V. B. i^ITCHFIELD, 

Greneral Superintendent. 




THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

ve:nereal diseabi^s, 

ANI> 

All Affections «f the rriiiarv and Tienerdtlve 

Orsans. \c.. Aic. 

Tlii-j I ii.»tituti(>n was orfraui^etl uinler u special cliart«>r in 1SV>. Tlie method of treatment adopted 
is th«- fijiini' as tliat emploM'd in tlie beet Fn-ncli, Kii^'Iisli and American iiospitals. Tin- attctidinK 
phy>ician !« a regular graduate of the CoH^t/ii IWalUi </lii<>iiisis. >\ ithout df^adiiig it into «'nip.\h- 
risin, a* i« practic<'d by adveriisiiig •iuarkj','"fi>ruier hUffcnTs ."' and '■ lH'nrvol»-iit a^^ociatiou^, ' h€, 
like Iticord, Civiale, Vidal, I>urii.-t«ad, ice.. lia< mad.- this bi-ancli ot .'<ui7HT>- a siieeialitv .iirinf the 
past ten vears. and is prepaix-d to give patients ai- ;,''>od troatin<'ut as tlwy c^uld obtain iu Eastern 

Cities. 

The ortiee is arrang<'d in separate a|)artments, s<» that those who desire tan consult the doctor with 
the ntmotit privacv. The Institute is provided with a .«;»/r<m»<<«r for i»*asnrlng the vital eapaeity.and 
i'n.'f. Schri'btr's 'Pattfffiiniiiiiiiii-</H for deieloping tin- muscular syst«ui in Seutiikal Vt'euknes? and 
iitli«-r waiting diseases : al; o an inipioveci appanitus and all the applianc*'- for ai'.miiiitt«>riiip AUdicn- 
tnl Fvmifjatiou Hnthn, now so celi'lirafed iu l-^uropo lor the cure ol .Syplijlitic diseases. 

Vt'liile J prescribe for a I kinds of disi-a^es. attciitinn is give* more ^pecia^ly to the follow ing : — 
.S^-pliiUs, iu all it^ stages: G">norrh<i'a; (.leet; Stricture; AtTection* ol tne Kidneys, Bladder, &c.; 
rivdroi-ele, or Ui'opsv of th« .»icrotuni, Varicoc le, and other diseases of th>' Te.-tic!es an'l Cord; 
|{fieuina i.-ni. Piles, Ki'>fula, and Disea-ies of the Kectum anit Ai.u«:aiid oil complaints pi'Oiliar to 
Females. Also. Spermatorrlm-a. or *>"m/««/ JVeiikm-^s, for which t.ur treatna<-n: is n«w admitted to 
Ik- even more successful than that of Laliemand, of M»nt[>< li. r. 

PATIENTS AT A DISTANC'F. — Treated by corresinindeuosanJ MtHlicincs sent under seal to cmtk 
any ca*e at home. Full particulars furnished" on appfieaiion by letter. 

.Trsr rL'm.l!«itKn — The -'Oth edition of our Mfd>cal /ief>vri, coiiraining 70 pages and numerons 
engravings, treating on the alwve diseaaes; ,«eBt to any addrf'-s on receipt of pric, 1 J cts. AUo, in 
presf, and nearlv r adv, the vJud i-dition of our large work on Venereal Surgery. 

4^0JHoe in Concert Hall Block, near the I'ost t WTice. Consultaiions can Ik; had f^m 9 
p. M. Simdnvs '.I to 10 A. M. All It'ittrs should Ix,' directed to 

THE GALEXir IVSTTTUTE, 

jjti (Box isy.) Saint Paul, Minnffiou. 



A.». to 1 




THE (HEAP (ASH STORE A 
LITTLE AHEAD. 



For ICiXM, n.ice. JRoatliea. Aata, Ded 
Ru$r*. Motik* tn fnr». M'oollens. <9kc-.. 
!.«■«€■<• OB JPIaints, JFowls. AnIimmIs, Ac 

Put up in I'tc. 50c and ^ 1 Boxes, Bottles and Fl i;ks 
f'tanafSfor^o^c/.'!, I'lthlir Jnstitutinun.tf-c. 

"Only infallible remadles knowti." 
" Free from Poisons." 
" Not dangerou? to the Human Family." 
" Kats come out of their holes to die." 

;C^Sold Wholesale in all large cities. 
Sold bv all Druggists and itHallers everywhere. 
*S" ! I '■ Bkwakk ; ! rof all worthless imitations. 
«»rSee that "Cost.vu's" names is on each iiox, 
Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 

^Address HEIVRV It. COMTAR. 

a^PiitwriPAt, Dkpot 4Si.' BROADWAY, N. y. 
,«-Soldby DAY * JKXKS, 

Wholesale and Hetait Agents, 
ap-IO-dTtwOm bl. Paul, Miune^ota. 



BAGLS WORSES 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 




IHt Vol: WAN." 

STE4M E^(ilXKSOR BOiLEU! 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATOK.S, 
PATENT SUGAR CAXK MLLLS, 

JVVrKNT STKAM COI I. R VArr>R.\TORS, 

PATENT STAMP MILLS 

KOR 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, witli cute and descriptions 
prices, &c. : also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING Mn>LS 

ASP MACIIINEKT OF AM. nKSCRlPTTOXS, 

Too numerons to mention. 
CHICAGO, • • Ii>Lmoi.s. 

P. W. GATES, President. 
N. B. Agents w«nt*d everywhere, 
mr'-dfcwlv 

, -. a -. . 

BOOIi: BI1VI>EX^Y 



THE PEOPLE SAY THEY C.\X.BUY 

DRi: GOODS 

A. Little Cheaper at 

"The Cheap Cash Store," 

THAN' ANT OTHER PLACE IX TOW>'. 

If yon do not believe it. "CX^ME AND SEE." 

We have a splendid stock of 

LAWNS, PRINTS, HOOP SKIRTS. BALMO- 
RaLS, CLOTH.s, CAS.^1MEUES, 

And all kinds of 

Fancy and Domestic Clocdft. 

Which we will be glad to show to anv irishing to 
pHrcha.<e. K, 'member the place. 

No. 218 Third Street, 

NEXT DOOR TO K. W. EX PRE-SS OFFICE, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

jc5-ff 



M 



1 L I T A R Y 



ABD 



Blank Book 



Manufactory. 



Tlie I?re»» T?vintinfg Oo. 

nam In Biicce»»f\il operation th<» largest and most 
complete Bindery in Minnesota, embracing the 
atest and most Improved machinery. Employing 
only competent ai.d careful workmen, a td using 
the best "aterial, they hope to continue to give 
aatisfaction to all. 

PAPER RULEiPtO order, 

AXO T<» ANY rATTKKN, 

LEDGERS, DAT BOOKS, JOURNAL", COM- 
HKKCIAL AND CX>rNTT BOOKS, AND 

BIiA^'K BOORS OF EVERY KLND, 

MADE IS THE BEST MA!f!fRR. 

Old :Boo1c8 I^e-I^oviiKi 

M. t OA ZrXKSt PERIODK. 'A L S, 

Bound in Any Style Desired, 

From the ioweat priced work to th* hi^best atyl^ 
flT theart. 



OfHoerst' Oavalx*:*' Boots, 

OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 

Officers' Ziotiavest, 

AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 
or 

BOOT & SHOE, 

CAN BE FOUND AT 
aM-itf 

piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTLTIAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fitth and Pike Htreeta. 
This v«tabli«hment is now in full operation, «■ 
is prepiired to farniiih all kinda of 
IKON AND BRA.>S 

CASTINGS, FORGING ft c, 
»t the lowest Eastern rates, vii, H«'avy Mill onn 
lngi«, Colnnins, Sash weights, Or«te Bars, Sleigh 
nhoen, Jtc, thrw cents per pound. Bra«s cut- 
ing». Babbit metal, -'.'► to 30 cents per |iound. 
Lathe work »:'..<I0 |>or day. IHirtieular attentioi 
given to Steam Knjiine aud Boiler work. Threih 
Ing Maehine repairing promptly att4>Mded to. 

Steam Engines ami Boilers Tlire^ liing roacliine*, 
new and second handed, for mfe or exchange 
very low. 

GILMAN 
St. Pacl., Jmly ith, ittris. 



* BL'SHNELL. 
dly 



H 



ENRY McKENTT 



DEALER nr 

re>%lT^ estate, 

SAINT PACL, MINNE.<«TA. 

Lkadf Wutmata and aei 

vut-AJkmif 



Mr Will also iooate 
B«al Ksuta on CanniMtoa. 






r.*- 



aSB 



fc jS. i M a>i I ■*' 



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TKK PATm* PATTL PRESP, WEDNESDAY. TUIjY 15, 1863. 



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ttUe ^»int ??a«t a?tws.' 



■» « » » 



I'L-BLISllKUBYTIIB 

♦•♦•«•♦ 

OpUCK-AD^TOIMNti THK BUIDOK. 



X..TMi*— D\n.Y PRKSS-Bv mail, ?h.(ki p..r i ^VMKUIOVN 
• nnuui.or'rOcv*''- «>'*>»t»i invariably in a.lrtntce. ^ 

rui-WKKhl.Y rKKSS-*:> jwrHnnum; «,V.O 
tor^iv moutlis; #l.i'. tor tl.reo mouths ; llv.« coi.- 
I.,.. t..Ka.>a.l.ir.>Ms. *K5*)*««oh; t.'U ilo., *l.aili. 

WhKKI-Y rUKSS-Ono ropy, <>n.« year, *•-•; 
llv.- or more. !»l.ri>^oli; ton or iiior*>, to om> Hd- 
ilrois, lil.iiO.'ach; twi'uty or Bioro.loouoaddrtNjd, 
^l.5i<>»cli. 



-VTERcil AN TS' liis'FATCli 

0W.'<K:» ANt» MAIfAOKO BT 

KXl'lt^'SlS CO. 



■•»M «»aU-«, Mt. K*uul, .THonsnottk. 



'WKICK MOtrK«. 

vvoi s, (I.I) .4 lii'n. ; <»"i.locW A, M 



On 

P, M, 

On Siiixlay*, 
r. K. 



lor'. o'cl«»ok 
from !•; o'clock k. to 1 o'dock 



P. P. HODGES & CO, 






|tt5uranff. 






^imtbrnttint. 



nr.Ai.Ki'.H i!f 



) 



RMteH or >Vaverli«iusc 



■r 11 K 



» A I 1. V I* n R « M , 



Ow 



^ ; lUri'o tiino* 

l« i <•!* i\A\* 

2 ] Two liiok* . . . . 

^ . ()ii<« mouth 

. ■ rw.imoiith.i .., 
2 '. r'ir<?9 months.. 

> Sir mouths . ... 

; Iv,- 'Ivt-month-". 



.•*4«»r«. 

...<(0 S4> 

...1 M 
....» no 

A «) 

4 IN) 

."> (K> 

....S 00 
...10 (>' 
. . . tt 00 
...JO (MJ 



Kai:1ia(1d.8<|Uiirt>, 

!>0 40 

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t oo 

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2 .W 

4 IKI 

• ■•■.••.••••..*^ 'N' 

10 CO 

.>i|w'cial ar<l b»«i 



All ov«n!h«r>!"'* •ottl'-a 
tMuk A Co., A*;< iitu, 
N.«« YorkortK-.-. i^ JJurniy otrtM.!. 

BoKton omw. rttf WashluRton «tiwt 
mm".' »-«l I y . 



WINTKU AUUANUKMKNT. 

AKKIXAI. ANI> 1)1 I'Vr.Tl'nV. OK MAII.«. 

K<»r Uit. Ds.'i*^— l-j|>,ti'iu 
jepl Kriiluy, at o A. >i. 



.Mail--hf«v<!s Oaily, ex- 



100 



KK<;S SIKJ All HOUSE, (iOl.- 

(irii and Ainbn'. a i-hoio' .nrUflc, at 
J. (.•. fc II. C. UrKliAK N ft «'<»:"_ 



1. Kir*t t>.i>{o adv(Tti-»»'mi>nt!< 
ni-t u.'tUvji. and HdvfrtiM'iuf Ills tolUmiii« niiuu- 
.liar, 1 iili.T l.Hil lUAtfTou thf fourth pam*. on.- 
half a.lilitioni! i i .,i i . 

• -i.'.-.iiia \ia^<\ and spi^ciil plaoc and don!...- 
joliuun adv.'rti*.'m»nl!<, and advfrti.-'Miu'nt^ with 
r-ut-". 'Oio tliird ulditional. 

:t \,l>>'rtis.in.'ni*rhangeaMfat pl.'asiiroratj-il 
as in .No. 1. and :< '.i^ l)«r annum addlllonal lor 
eliaMKo.s. (AUch.in>t.'^ rati-d at locfnts p.T.s«|uar.-. 
ifpaidinadvani'M-liarsfdouHn-hooks, I.' cont*.^ 

7 1, 0.5 11 notices 10 ivuttt i»'r lino lor lirst ti-i 
lin-s or uml.T, ant livi- cva!» i>.'r lin.- for each ad- 
dition il lino. , „, , , 

6. A.lvfrti»fmi»»t!< In l>aily and ^^ ''ekly, on*'- 
hall aldiii. "ii.il t.) till- l»ail> r ito. 

A .\.tverti-i.'in»>uts in Ue.-kl alon**, ..> conts 
per s.iiurf for li-st ius'Ttion. and Hr - cents \»r 
'.luir.' fi.r snl)sc.ju-nt insertion.-, for anv p.-ri...! 
witliin tlirc > in>i,itlus; ovor tliroo iiionlh.--, ono- 
tliird Ihss than Pailv rat««.<. 

r. l..'<al -«nd Uovtrun»>'nt advortisomonta, 
conts pv-r it.iuaro for tlio li'-st ia^^•rtioll, 
C«Mt-' por Mpiaro for fach avlditioual insertion 

;(. Mtorii.'vs o-il>Miu;< in l»'Kal advert is.' iii' 
■ rv rcg irdi'd' a:< aicouulable for the cost ot 
MHine. unless there is a spivial 
cliar^- tlif -il"*'- <o another partv. ., i > 

l>. .No oaper given lufonnection with advertising. 

'~tli- l*. M< AitK.at Minneapolis, and Wktmokk 
O'lluiKN, at .St. Anthonv, will act as Ajients in 
..roulatingthe Daily TuKSS in their respective 
towns. 



iitd X '• 
•nts 

tlle 

ajfreenuMit t«> 



WE n.\VK JUST REt^EIVKl) A 
larao supp'.v of Wksikk^ Kkskuvh 
OmkksK, which we olVer low for cash 
)es .I.e. & il.C. IH KliANK & CO. 

STOCK OK FIXE El 

whloh we oiler at price* 
at 
11. f. Ill KUANK .-(t to.'K 



AEAIKJE 
(luors and iMftars, wh 
that will insure hukW tales 



300 

300i: 



HHI.S. 

key, for 
J. C. * 



.\S.S011TE1> WHIS^ 

lale at 

II. C. BUUBAXK ACo.'s 



WHOLE, 1I.VI.FAN1>QUAU 

r hoxe, Kalslrs, crop "f ls«> , at 
J. C. A. 11. t. BL Itr.-V.NK &. C o.'» 



20 



STUAUrsiiKSTHON- 

lioli e nrtiile, tor table uso ai 
>t 11. C. BLUIIANK & Co.'s. 



HULS. 

e) Svrup, a ciioiie nrtiilr 



150 



lUiXKS W. U. CiULESE; A 

prime arflrle, Rt low tljrures, at 
J.V.Ik 11. C. BUKliA.NK&io.'i 



r'^{\ GRANTS P 

tJ\J .Mills for -ate at 

X^O Fruits 



\TKNT FANNlN(i 
mauiilaetiirer's prices, a. 
C. & 11. C. liUUUA.NK i « o.s 



r P.\CKAr. ES ASSORTEl 

O Frui 
Currants and »'»»ron. 



consisting of Thims, I'rumv, 
tt!l new crop, for »ale ai 
prices to -•'.lit llie time.'. . . „.. ^ .r, . 

j.c. &I1. c. bi;rbamk&co.*« 



OU WlIX FIND ONE OF THl 



Y 

ies in the V\ e-t. ul 
dec n» .1. < 

PRINTERS 



iiid be-t .-el-'i-ted stocks of Grocer 
»:. Ul the war.'hoiise .if 
.1. C. & H.C. liritliANK ft Co. 



Arrive* (btilv, -x.-ept Tuesday, at X v. M. 

For .Minneapolis -k'iiM-"> daily, rxi-ipl ."iunuay, 

tt s A. -V. 
Arrives dally— except .^nndHy, at 4 r. M. 
For Stillwater— lonvB-f (Uily, «xoipt .Suuday.at 

7A..M. 

Arrives daily, except Simday, at t« I'. M. 

For Hudson— leave- daily, except .Sunday, at 

6 A. >!. 
Arrives daily, except .*»uiimy,ai < P. M. 

For.Maukat.>—Joav OS dully, i .\cept Sunday, at 

Arrives dally. except Suiidav, at about 1'.: M. 
For Northlleld— leaves d-lly, e.\c<'pt >uudty, 

* Arriveidallv. Kxoepi .Snnd:»y. at about r r. m. 

For Siiiiri^.etit>— l.ave.s .Moinlaj , Uediie>dty, 
auil Ki i'i.iv, at I'l A. M. .... 

ArriveHlue>day, fhur.-day, and .Saturday, ai 

about : v. >\. ' . ... . . , . „ 

ForCiinnon FalU— leiivnn luCHOay, at . A. M. 

Aitivfs Wediiestluv, at T r. M. 

lor Ued \\ iii;;-l'ave^ W.^hie-day, at S A. M. 

Arriveii liie.»ii;tv, at <1 r. M. 

For Carver— leave- rhur.-<lny. at 7 a..m. 

.Arrives \Vediies<lav, at • I". -M. 

For fottaiie (iio.i— leaven Saturday, at 1 f. M. 

Arrive, >;itnnl;iv, ai f," >l. 

.Mulls l>»Hviu);«lK't«.io 7 o'clock A. M. clos« at 

All others close lulf an hour bef.vre th4' time of 
deparliii>;. exnpt Eastern w iiich eiose- at V f. M. 

Ihi- posiajje upon all transient primed matter, 
foreijsn and domestic, and upon all leit.-rs, U>r- 
eian and doiiie>tic. is now re.piired to be lully 
prel>aid bv I iiiled .Slutes po«.la>jo niumps, exivpt 
In cases where l>re|aviiieiil on l.-tter.-, .SiC, to lor- 
eiiru countries Is optional and the senders do n«it 

wi.-ll to prepi} . 

r.-rsons mailing' letters, new pini-rs. ."tc.. 
whether domestic or to for.iirn coiiiitne.s. .hoii.d 
therefore aseertain at the ollloo of mailinvMbe 
i-xacl poslaj.-.' in ••acli t-a.-O ami ulli.x I'niled .Mates 
uo.staxe slumps of .-ullicient value to pi.pay tl»t» 
full postage tlieieoii. 

' , HAS. .MCllOl.S, Tosima 

St. I'aiil. N'oviiiiler l.i, iN'.'. 



Standarci Farm Machineryi 

AT 

Nicols & Deans' Iron Store, 
Tliii'd Hti-eet, 

l*T. PAUI MJUfBr. 

ARfnts for Bravley ft Pitt's BuffiUo Threnhlng 
Macitines. 
•' >' ItiisHcii &. Co'h Ma<«<)lllon Thivshlng 

Maculncs. 
'• " ^n•« ormick's Reaper and Mower. 
" '• .Idlm II. Manny's |{e«|M'r and Mower. 
'• '* Bi(kford& Uuflniau's virain Drill. 
*' " 11. A. I'itu St Co'* (Jhlcugo rhrvshinf; 
Sl.uhlnes. 
Also a jf"'""'"'' '•^'"'^ "*" Affrlcultnral Imi.le. 
meuls on hand, to which vv« invite tlie atteuiion 
of larUKTD and olhei.- wishiiiK to purc!ia».e. 

.NK'oi.s & di:ax. 

a?4-,m I'. F. HOIKJKS. 



in 




FOR, 

ST. PAUL 



-t>r. 



^HisKcIlaufou 



?. 



INKS 



AKK STIl.L OKKKKISO 

rilK C.RKATEST IXDl CKMENT3 IX THE 

DRY OOODS MARKET. 

Our .stock of 

DllESS GOODS 

|.S THK MOST ATTRACTIVK IN TIIK CITY, 

Comprising all the • 

LATKST STYLKS 

)F ENGLISU AND FRENCH 

AVor?<tecl Ooocls, 

In Checks, Stripes, Figures, and Plain, 

USLIN AND CHAD! DE L.\INES. 

Lawns aud OiTiUKHt's, &:c., 

Which we are selUnff at 
We have a splendid line of 

Bradley's uiirivallrd Hoop Skirls. 

For Ladles, Mlsse* aud Children ; 

ALSO 

SPR/Sh' Ayn SUMAfER 

B ^ T^ >I O K. A. T^ S , 

Which we make n specialty of, always keeping n 
handsome assortment. 

In SliawlH, 

W can suit the most fastiillous. In quality, pal- 
tern and price, hav:ng a beautiful assort- 
ment of 
CHECKS, STRH»ES, AND STELLA 

' In the Middlaaeji, Peaced.ale, and Scotch. 
We have tho 
CHEAPKST AXD BEST LINE OF 

E :m b E O I D E IM e s , 

IN COLLARS. BANDS & SETS, 



A!! itorts, kinds, and colors, from the cletirated 
muuutactorvof .1. K. Wade, Xew York, Ibraal*' 
at mHiiufaclurer's prices, I'y 

dcclJ j.c.Au.c;, 



420. 



bruuus 



bUKBANK ft CO. 

BOXES ASSORIED TO 

.acco, comprising a'J the favorit*- 
J. C. ft 11. C. BURBAXK ft Co.'« 

DOZEN DUr.OIS BEST CAS^l' 

Steel Axes. Also -'10 do/.eii Ueil Uivei 



Axes : hiso 
<iu.'lity, at 



i.^ lio.xi'9 assorted Blued Tacks, Jlrst 
.1. C. A H. C. BURBAXK ft Co.'a 



ON CONSIGNMENT, 

DitlKr i'KArilKS, and r.'M. 
l»Ktl"l. (VlTLK.s. !o be sold low ibr cash. 

J. c. i;cuuANU A, CO. 



pECEIVED 

LV l.l'OO I'H NHS 

ntyUltf 



J 



^O MY FUIKNDS & r.\TRONS 



Having enuriffe.l .ny services to th* Messrs. •). 
O. ft II. «\ llurT>aiik & Co., corner Levee and .>lb- 
lev stre»-ts, ". inav be fou:id In the Wholesale (Jro- 
c»'Vy l>ei>artme.it. where It will afford me pleasure 
to sei- my old customers oiu"e more. 

\* « .shall ha. (■ a Uirfre and well selected stock 
of goods, usual!v kei-t In our line, on hand, which 
I respectlully a.-k you to examine before purchas 
In? elsewhere. 1 liope to merit for the houses 
portion at hast of t'lat patronage you have herf* 
tolore so liher»ily bestov«ed ojhih mo 

inars A. I.. LARPENTEUft. 



50 



BARRELS 



— iff — 



AL.'»U A QU.VSTITY OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

For »ale hy J, C. fr H. C.BURRAXK ft Co. 



T i: S T R E C E I V E D B Y 
EXI'RESS. 

A beautiful lot of 

AU'ACCAS iV SARATOCA 

PLAIDS, 

aL.su 

A handsome Ijt of 

IIAIll IsTKTTS. 

Which we are offering at 

CALL AND SEE Tll£M. 
At 1-tO THirrt JiS'treet. 



E 



r* S TAB L IS H E D 17GU. 



Peter T^iorlllarcl, 

Snuir and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

(Forwn rlv t ; ^ hKinbers Street, Xow York,) 
Wt.iill call the attention of l>«!aleri« to the articles 
ot his luaiiulacture. vi/. : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Macabov, Deiuigros, 

tii.I- Kapi»ee. I'ure N'irginia, 

Coarse Rappee, Nacldtoches, 

American (ientleman, t 'oivenhagen. 

YKLLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch, 

liigh Toast .Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, 
lli■^h High I oust, or Liuidyfoot, 
Froch ."scotch. 

*a- Attention Is called to the large reduction 
in pi ios of !• fne-f 'ut Chewing and ."smoking I'o- 
baccos, which will be found of a superior quality. 

•JOB ACCO. 

FIXE CUT CHKWlNt;.— p. A. L.. or plain; 
Cavemlish, or .sweet; sweet Scented Oronoco ; 
lin Foil ravendi.-h. 

sMOKlXd.— Long: Xo. 1: Xo.2; -Vos. 1 and;; 
mixed; iiranulateu; .S. Jago; iSpanish; Canr.s- 
ter; Turkish. 

.\. 1!.— A circular of prices will be sent on ap- 
plication. 



marl 5- 1 V 



A 



COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 



jr.i coy nuns. sroKKS, nKXTAxn ."A w- 

F.J) FELLOES, SHAFTS, 4c., 
All of the very best material, just received and 
olr sale by 
ai>'.;4 ly 



KICOLS fc DEAX. 



J 



UST 



apl.V.lm 



AT. PA.17I« 



i;^ IIKMIXGTON & SONS, 

:\lanufarturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

Forthe V. .<. Government. 

We iil-o iiiauufaciurc a variviy o;" 

r»0<JKlt:T F»ISTOLS<, 

Of approved pattern-, for both Ordinary and Fix- 
ed Ainnmnilion. together with Uille ami Shot- 
(.uti Kirrels, liun Locks, Mountiu^r-. and Gun 
Materials tienerally. 

«tf- Price lists and Circulars furnisiied on ap- 
plication. Address 

K. RRmirc.iT03r & huxh, 

iliuu, N. Y. 



r^i UNS AND riSTOLS. 

AViWC. GOT-CIIEIir, 

Tliird Street, St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of .Military nn«l .^portirg 
Classes to his lar;re and w>-ll srlected stock ot 
.SHOIOCXS, Wh>.-0.\S & BALLAUD CAIM- 
RIIX.E RIFLE.sMlfll .'; W KS.-ON&', COLT'S 
and others' make of PlSTOLs.. <c. 

A large stock of FNIiIng Tackle uf all descrip- 
tions. 

Fine laminated st'-^el barrel Shot Guns, made 
to oi'der. 

»^- Repairing proin;)tlv attended to. 

PdWDKR, ."-UOlaud CAl*.->, for sale. 

m\3l-:tm 



RECEIVED, 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
l^elloes, &c.. 

Also. GRA«*< S( YTHES, SXATII.", FORKS, 

RAKLS AND CRADLF.J*. 

A few casks of 

I»i''L"rSBUKCT COAls. 



Springs, 
IhimMe 



Always on hind at lowet^t prices. Wholesale 
anil !:• fail, Kar Iron. .Sheet Iron, PI .jw Ste'l. 
Spring Steel. Cast ^^lcel, iNails. spikes, 
.\xle-. Ilol's, Carriage Ttiiumings. 
.-Ueins, lllai W- iiilth's TooN, i.'haln-, anJ 

Wjiehoiise l.M Third sti-ct, St I'cul. 

J. O. B«AJI>li:]V 

aplMy 



J. 



WATSON WEBB, Jr., 



C 



ASH! C ASH !! C ASH!! 



& C'KXTM. 
Paid for good Xo, 



.1 CK.\T.*i. » C'EJIT*. 



jel4-:im* 



Also 



HOSIEKY. 
&c. 



LINEN HA.NDKERCllIEFS, 
GLOVES, &c., 

TO COUNTRY MEIH^ll ANTS. 

We would say that wo have a Urge stock of 
DOMESTICS, in DENIMS, STRIPES, SHEET- 



IXES, PRIXTS and COTTOVADES, kc, 
Which we will sell at a 

Xe.v York prices for CASH. 




DKXTISTRY. 
DR. (L A. BOWMAN. 

DENTAL KOOMS IN 

"W'lllMlo'VV Moiiso, 



OFFKK 

j-4-fim 



inu Ks Fi:<»M ^ A. M. n> '. p. m. 

Mt. Aiitliony. IVIiii. 



§^i\\ "^oticrj!. 



1 (.'ottoTi Ka?:'. Four rent sfor 
the be-t liind of oM wliire [japer, niid oil bookH 
of ai y kill"*, and will houd to any part of the city 
f.ir tUeiii. if > Oil leave vour order- at D.'.veuport's 
Book .More', Putnam's, P. O. Box l.M-.', or at 
West's, on K<ibert street, next to Third, 
marutf .1. WK>5T. 



F 



OR SALE 



M' 



SALE.— DEFAULT 



K) Ai KK.s ooof) TiMRKK i.vxD, Inchidlng al>out 
1-.' acres of vi'ry goinl meadow, and a. -mall house; 
yald la^id is aU.iut half way betv.eeii M. I'aul ami 
St. .Vnlliotiy, and V, mile noifh of Sfnie road, 
aud about liie sanie ilistani-e i orth-ea.-t of tht 
Railroad. For terms of sale upplv to 

H. L. .MOS.--. lisii., 
at Ills ollico near the lirldge, 
je:.''Vlm» St. Paul. 

CELEBRATED XOLSELESS 

SEWING MACHINES. 



Succ««».«or to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WHOLXALE DKAI.KR IN 

FoiTinn AVines. Brandies, 

GM N S . fee. 

Cognac Rrand-. 

Kochelle iirandv, 

.lamacia ami St. Croix Rum, 
Holland tiin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine <»ld Bourbon Wlilskey, 
Kye and Monongahela Whiskey, 
Old yuceui I'ort. 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old .Sherrv Wine, 
Madeira W'iue, 
Scotch Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwha Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and Still Cntawha, 

Drake's Catawb' and Plauiaiion Bitters, 

Hav ing connecc-n Rectilying with my buslne.s.s 

I am (irepaied to furnish Common and low 

priced Kye and Bourbon Wliiskies at the lowest 

cash prices. 

mylit J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

T;^XPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running .Messengers to 

SI. ANTON V AND MINNEAPOLIS 

TT*'ieo r>all:»-. 

Leaving St. Paul at 11.^0 a. m. and ."S p. m.; re- 
Inrning arrite nt S.:i"> a. m. and rt.:!0 v. m. Pack- 
ages uei^hiiig -A) lbs. or less, and not exceeding 
.r.Hi in value will In- carrii-d for ti;n i:kms, and 
ilelvi-red «t o»vner's doors. Particular attention 
vill be paid to lining ordern. Pnrchanes will lo 
made at best rates obtainable and no chatgemade 
for such .servi'cs. 

Express matter forSt.Chnid and nil interme- 
diate points w ill leave .St. Paul, Mondays at 5.4.'> 
A. M. and Tuesday* and Thursdays at .5.<X) i". M. 

j.-UWif .L C. BURBAXK ft CO. 



D 11 Y GOODS, 

I 

From New V ork Auclion Sales. 
D. W, L\«E1CS0LL & CO., 

An- just receiving their third purchase of 
Sprliis' nnd Suiiinior 

r> K, Y oooos. 

Bought at Hie recent 

PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

And offer to their old customers great bargains in 

Ladies' I>ress Groods, 

ifl FOLLOWS : 
1,000 yards best qwallty Mozamolque. 
>',fjO0 do strijH'd Lena*, at 'J5 cents. 
1,000 do Plaid A rsolluas, 35 cents. 

»y) do black and white ChalHeF, W cents, 
l,o<^N) do ttripe<l Plaid and Slode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AXD ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES, 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAAVNS. 

t 

Enffffsh k Anierifan (Tinsliams. 

ENGLISH, FR?:XCH AXD AMERICAN 

Some as low as l."> cent.*. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prejiared to offer great 
" bargains. 

Toadies' Collai*s, 

Embroidered, Linen and Ruffled. 

BAREtlE AXD GREXADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND JiLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and CsmbricHand- 
kerchlefs, from l:.'^c to SI. 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, bilk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

"BRADLEY'S "Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we hare Broadcloths Cassimeres, 
Ladies' Cloakings, and Men's Wear of all kinds. 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
Oil Cloth Covers, &c. 

We will soil at prices to dkky cimpe Ition. All 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will lind this the Ivest place to buy for cash. 

r>. W. Iiigrcrsoll Sc Co., 

ST. l»AVt, ytE^. 

mviO-tf 



General Insurance Agent. 

OF NEW JIA rKN, COVKKCTJCUT. 

LORILLARD, '^'^^' 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NLA.GARA, 

OF NEW YORK CITT, 



PROPERTY. 

lot d'l feet by 150 in the viciii'ty of 



$375 for a 
Jaokson street and rwelflh. 
A flri>( -class Stone Store on Third itreet. 

A lot on Minnesota street, near Third, with 
i tmiiding. 

Two Dwelling Houses, $t)00 each. 
A beautiful lot ff> feet by 200 with fine frore ot 
trees. HENRY McKENTT. 

I>ealer in Real £iUt«>. 
Paul, May 14, 186.^— dftw.3m 

AND 



M 



]\Iai*iiie InsuT-ance. 
r-MOEivrx:, 

OV BROOKLYN, KEW YORK. 

U T U A L BENEFIT 

OF NRWAIiK, SEW JERSEY. 



St. 



B 



O O T S 



S U O £ S, 



AT 



OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STORB^ 
myO dly Third atreet, St. Paul, Kin. 



F 



L 



O 



U R 



At Wholesale and Retail. 



Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT THK 

Oaxinoia Falls TVIills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BBAKD IW 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FLED for sale at tbe 

FLOUR WAREHOUSE 

OK 

c. M. broom:e, 

Tlilrd-6t., between Jackson and Robert-sts. 
JaiiSl-ly 



r^ W . W O O L L E T ,• 

*LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 

AND 

OomTnls«$loii 3Xerclia.iit, 

DEALKR IN GROCERLE8 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, ftC, tC, ftC. 

AND 
AGRNT FOB THK 

PEN^NSYLVANIA RAU.ROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Bof'ton, New England, Montreal, New York and 
;i11 points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable terma. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLET, 

St. Paui., 
Janl-dly For 

DeMONTREVILLE, 




T 



HIBD STREET PROPERTY. 



*<Ui^niX^ D E I^ T I S T 
(Office In French's Block,) 
Third Street, uevr tbe Pout OMce, 
SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA 

ian-.fl»-ly 



po 



R THE CARS 



Our Omnlbusses will run to and fh>m the pria 
cipai Hotels and Boats in coqnection with the 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for in 
an wer to orders left at the American, Interna- 
tior 1 and Merchants, or at our otfice. 

jyj J . C. BURBANK ft CO. 



NEW YORK PRICES. 



SO per- Cent. Saved 

BT 

BUYING YOUR SHOES 

BROWN'S 

?s^EA\^ STORE, 
113 Third Street, 

One block above the Merchant's HotAl. 
je&-y 

TO PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 
USE TH K 

I> AISX> ELIOIV 

AK D 

Wild Cherry Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, price 50c; in Quart Bottles, 75c. 

These Bitters are composed of the best Roots, 

Barks and Herbs known, and peculiarly adapted 

to the immediate cure of all diseases produced by 

an inactive liver. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE SICK HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wdd Cherry Bitters 
CUKE .IaUXI'ICE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE INDIGESTION. 
DandeMon and Wild Cherry Bitter* 

CURE COSTIVENESS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CI RE HEAKT BURN. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CUKE WEAKNK.S8. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry bitters 

CURE LOST APPETITF.. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Biiters 
t'LRE «GCE, 
In its worst forms. Thev perform these rar«s 
simplv, by one otfice, regulating the liver. 
For sale hv dealers In Medicines, everywhere. 
S. HUNlIXGTuX, Proprietor, 
FarmernLurg. Cia\ tor Countv, Iowa. 
For .sale bv E. H. Biggs, rf. W. Robinson, PanI 
Reiger, St. Paul;S X. VVickershim, Charles Ben- 
son, L. Wfcinaud ft Co., and S. vd ards. Whole- 
sale Agent, Winona: Charles Htwley, Chatfield; 
D. B .Stout, Preston; S. Y. Hyde, Fillmore; 
Charles Morrill, Marion; Capt. Mills andJ.D. 
Buniv, Pleas ini Gro e; s. B. Robin-on, General 
Wholesale Agent, addre.«s Ctiatfi do. Min. 

Also— Huiitiugion's Wiiting ."luld; Howe ft 
•"tevens' Family Dve Colors ; \ an Dusen's Worm 
Confections; Van Dusen's Magics 1 Blueing; Al- 
den's Coudiiion Powders; lalman *; Collins' 
Concentiated Extract of Lemon; Tulman ft Col- 
lins* Leather IVeservative : Dutcher's Dead Shot 
for Bed Bugs; Sleepers Ligliiiung Fly Killer. 
DAY & JTJEXHA, St. I>a.il, 
mj-2r-ly Wholesal e and Retail Agents. 

IMPLEMENTS, 

CUL- 



OBACCO 



PIPES, 



Ix)t ?, Block L»2, Rice ft Irvine's Addition— corner 
lot, 72 feet tront on Third street and ir>0 foet on 
lliil street, adjoining Hope Engine House. Will 
be sold low. 
TERMS— Part cash and part credit. 
Apply to D. COOPER, 

npiotf lr\ine's Block 

rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

.JOHN BURXH AM, Proprietor, would res|iect- 
fully announw to the traveling jmblic tliat he has 
opened the new and commodious building t>u the 
corner of .Iscksor and Fourth i^treets, for the ac- 
commodation of travelers, where he will be hnfi- 
py »o see his old friends, and all othere who may 
favor him with their jiatronage. The house is 
only two block.s from the steamboat landing and 
railroad d"pot. Baggage " ill be ixirried from and 
to the boats free of rhurae. lable supplo'd wiili 
the best the market atfords. Good itabling at- 
tached to the premises. 

St. Paul, April K ImW. '^}h^y_ 



On 



present 

Hogaa Sc Camp, 

»pin-tf 1« Third-st 



1863. 



1863 



1863. 

^ummcrr A.rr«,nftrem«»>»t. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO.. 

CARRVINO THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AXD THK 

Unitea States IMall. 



Th'i roads are well stocked with tirst class 
horses Concord Cf.achej, with carefhl and expe- 
rlencfid drivers, all under the control of compo- 
tent agents. 



BCHEIiULK OF OKVAnTFRES KROM !»AI!IT TAtJL 

For Stillwater— Di>il>. at 8 A. m. 

For Shakopee, Joidon, St. iJiwrence, Bellf 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Trav. r^e Hr 
Sioux, St. Peter aud Mankato— Daily at I o'clock 

A. M 

For Rosemount, Cist lo Rock, Northfleld, Can 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls ano 
Owatonna, connecting at Owalonna, for Wilto . 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Agency and Mankato 
Also for Rico Lake, Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, ChaKleld, and Winona— DaU\ 
at 4 A.M. 

For Industrtana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando 
Monticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and bt 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 A. m. 

For Sauk Itapids, Belle Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing- Mondays, Wednesdays and F.i 
days at 5 o'clock a. m. 

For Richmond, .Sauk Centra, Alexandria 
Chippewa. Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Fort 
Abercromble — Mondays and Thtirs'lays at .I 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, with connection* for Kuporioi 
and Bayrteld — Mondays Wednesdays and Fri 
days, at 7 o'clock A. m. 

For further particulars inquire at th« General 
Offlo« on Third StrMt. 

J, C. BURBANK ft CO. 
apSl-dly Proprietors. 



OinGA(iE 

has b"en made In tin' conditions of a certain 
inort.-age ex<-cale(l by .loliii U. Irv ine and Nancy 
Irvine his wile.mortgTgors, to William H. Funis, 
mortgtgee, bearing date, and duly acknowled>;ed 
by said mortgagors, on the 'i^th day of Augu>r, a. 
II., ls."('j. which saiil mortgage contains the iisu il 
power of sale to the mortgagee unil liis as.-igiis. 
and wts ihilv liled for record in the otfice ot tlie 
1,'egi-iter of Deeds of 1 lie cuunty of ltan<sey, iu 
the .>!titte ot Minnesota on the tbinl dav uf Ort.i- 
ber, A. I) 1».V.», at one o'clock and forty-tlve min- 
utes I". M..and was ttiereui Oil <luly record' d in 
said nfJice, in Book " I"' of Mortgages at pa;,'es 
4i.», 4i.ii anil bir ; which said inortjf.ine was gi\4Mi 
to s'cure the payment id' live Ihousund two linn- 
dri'd and lifiy one dollars and thirty five cents 
(#.'>.-,';il.:t'>-lMi) and interest acc;»rding to the cou- 
ilition of two certain promissory nod's made by 
said .lohn li. Irvine, p.iyatde to the onler of said 
mong.ijee. and liearingevn date witii said mort- 
gage, and there is claimed to be due, an. I is actu- 
ally due and nnpaifl, iip.in said notes and mort- 
gage, at tlie<late ot this notice, til.! sum ot si,\ 
thousand six liiindred and seventy-two dollars 
an>l lii'ty :ents (tCi.iirj 5<».) 

And the said moriga«ee did. on the 2ofh day of 
November, a. i>. 1m'.», piy i-eriaiii dclini|iient 
tixes upon the mortgaged premises, to the ainounl 
of ^il?.'' '.'<■«, and did thereafier, on the :tl-i day of 
■Ian" larv, A. i>. isiVi, piy ceilaln other delin<|ucnt 
ta.xes upon said premises to the amount of ifri.:io, 
for which severil s'lms he has taken and now 
liohls receipts of the p. rsonauthoiiz -d to receive 
such taxes, and which fums with interest from 
the day of the payment thereof rexpectively, at 
the rate of twehe per cent, per annum, (amount- 
ing at this date lo the sum of #r>r7.:i:>;, the .said 
niortg.igee will elniin,and collect with and as part 
of tlie amount sec.irel by said inortpa;:e, making 
the entire amount claimed to be due at th" date 
of this noli e for prlncl|ial and intere.-.t upon the 
saifl mortgage. Including the sums Kt paid for 
taxes with interest tliereon to tliis date the Just 
andliillsumof :»r,.Mi> (vl. 

And no suit or proceeding at law has been insti- 
tuted to recover the debt secured by said i-Aort- 
giige. or anv part thereof; 

The inortg.iged premise' are di'scril.>e(l as fol- 
lows, viz: All those tracts, pietvs or parcels of 
land nitUiteaiid Iviiig in Kamsey Coiiniy. Minne 
soti. known and de-ignated as lots niiinbered 
thirteen ( i:!) ami fourt.eu ( H;. In bh.nk iiiimbereil 
fortv-six (4»i). of Mice ft Irvine's Addition to St. 
Paul ; also lot - uunilM-red twelve( |-j) and thirteen 
(i:> , of bIoi:k numbered »i>;|y-nlue ('»'.• . lots nnm | 
Ix'red one ( I . l*vo Ci), three (.1), four ( I), sin it>), I 
seyen {'), eight (H), niiie ('.tj, ten (li»), and eleven 
(11), in block nuniln'riKl seventy-ene ^71), and lots 
nnmberol one (1). two (,'), three (:!), finir (»), live 
(.'.), »i\ (<•.), seven (7), eight iK) nine (It), Wu ( loj 
eleven (11), and twelve (I-), in hlork iniinlMTed 
seventy-seyen (77j, of Dayton St Irvinen Addition 
to .St. Paul, according to'the plat' or maps of i-aid 
Additions re.p.'rtive|\-, of record in the olRci- of 
the Itegi-t'-rof Deeds of .said l^iim-ev county. 

Now, theffore, notice Is hereby given, that by 
virtue of the (xiwer of sa'e In salil mortgage con 
tained, aiel pnrsiuint to the statute in mhIi cise 
mideand provideil, th" siid morlg:ig" wiP In- 
f.iredosed by » sale of tbe said inortglged premi- 
ses at public vendue, to the high' St bidder, at thi- 
front door of the Coiiri Hou^e. In ihe cit* of 
Saint Paul, In said county uf Ramsey, on Satur- 
day, the zMt (lav of July, A. i>. l«ii.t,at ten o'clock 
in the forenoon of that djv. 

Dated St. Paul, .iMne 10th. A. n. \W\. 

WILLIAM H.KNMS, Mortgagee. 
Btor.LOW ft DAl.nV MPLK, Attorneys for .Mort- 
gagee. wjel0 7w 



MAKING BOTH THE 

Qro vor & Baker and the Lock S titch 
pnic'u 4k-u> AXM9 1 i>n Ani>». 

FIRST PlU:MIUiIS in Illinois, Ohio, lown and 

.Mioliigun. 
Parlies purchasing maciiiies of the tJROVEft 

ftltAKKR S. M. CO., can have ilieir clioii f 

nruhines making either stitch, and cli.inge if tliey 
desire to. Tilt: i>nl>i rinnjutiii/ iihic to Vjfer iiucli 
i,iili(ccm''iit.<. Tliey also ollei to the public at the 
extremely low prh e of 

Forty-Five U>o11m*i>i 

.^l Sfrniriht Needle Luc/cSfitch Machine, 

Suitable for''"ailors and Familv use. This muchlne 
is of l<irf/r .liir, rtii>iif,'iiii'e- fim/>lc on-l f,tr .^ijie- 
rior to the shuttle or loc'i ntitclt mnuhiues here- 
tofore sold at .->7.'i to ♦100. 

t^ Norttiwe-tern Offic' llilrd street, opposite 
InKersoll's Block, ."*t.Puul, Minn. 

P. S.— Plain aikd Kuiicy Stitchinj: done to order. 
U'l'Jijan 1] 



FOU. SAJLE, 

THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, 
vi/ : 
line lot In block 11, Whitney ft Smiths Ad- 
dition. 

Lots t an! .I In block lis, and lots 14 and 15 in 
block i;:i, in Irvine's Enlargement to Rice & Ir- 
vine's Addition. 

Lot r. in block 2S, lot 9 in block .V5, and lot 9 in 
block .'ill ill Rice fc Irvine's Adilition. 

A lot en Da\tou Avenue, ailjolning the proper- 
ty of M.nj. Ciillcu, 100 feet front. 
■ Lots 7 ami n in block J'., St. Paul Proper. 

There are valuable iniproveiiients on saiil last 
two mentioned lots, consisting of a stone store 
on Wab:islmw-st.,aiid a tirst-clans dwelling house 
on Fourih-si. 

The :d) >ve property will be sold on lllieral terms 
as to c«sb and credit, 
luouire at the oliice of 

bPEXCER & CARVER, 
IngersoH's Block, or of 
GROFFft BAILEY, 

under Thompson's Bank. 
t^ Rooms to rent in Irvine's Block. 
St. Paul, June :ul, 1S«.1 je4-.1m 

i>ir.T7D.^IM0\T0i\, 

DENTIST. 

IngersoH's Block, Bridge Square, St. PanI. 
«A-Teetti inserted in the best style on tiold, 
Sllyr and Vulcanite. j<-9 



F. 



C. LIGHTE & CO. 



J. 



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B Y E it S 



(Late Llghfe k Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

421 Broome.Mt., STew Voirii, 

SECOXD BLOCkC EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LIGHTE. the original founder of this- 
well-ktiown Establishment, S.iiior Partner, and 
onhi friirfical I'iuno-Fi'He Mnl-cr of the late 
tirtn of " Lighte ft Bradburys,'' having retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in tlie v.hoh' business 
stock, materials, &c., and Sole Proprietorship in 
his I'liliiiihlr I'litehts, inclusive of his cdebinted 
PATENT IXSUI.ATED IltOX WM \MES, is the 
only one who can make the SUPERIOR PI AXu- 
FOUTES for which this hous > has heen so popu- 
lar. »^' All infringements on his rights will be 
prosecuted according to law. 

»^ All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect in every re.spect for live years. 

LlKKKAI. TKRMS to DKAI.KKS. 

F. C. LKHITE & CO., 

NewTTork. 



CIGARS, 
X SNCFF, &c. 

F. W. TXJCHEr-T, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigar*. 
k^c. Fine Imported Cigar.*, .s • okiiig and Chew- 
ine Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any 
in the cl y. Sweet B. iar Root Pipes, a large as- 
sortment. F. W. TU. HELT, 
Third-st., near Kdgerton's Bank, 
myfi-lv St. Paul. 



A GRICULTURAL 

SCirnES, SXATH.f, FORKS, TTORS, 
TJVATORS AXD FLOWS. 

CORN PIX^WS on hand and f«r aalc at tha 
owest mai ket rates. 

je.Vtf NICOLS, DEAN ft CO. 




POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 



£Iax*tlien 



F 



ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 



In Hennepin, Ramsev, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Conuti. r. Also Lo?s in M Paul, Minneapo- 
li.>, and .St. Anthony; all ot wliich 1 will sell at 
Lo A- Prices aud on favorable teims of payni-'Ut. 

Eie.uireof p. j., wiXTEUMUTF, 

,11 at office of Horn, Lund & Gahisha. 



J' 



DKALERH nr 

Clkix&a, 01ns» & 
W'avo, 

WITH AS KSm-tSS VARIKTT OK 

Housekeeping Articles. 

It is the desi^ of this House to supply HOUSE 
KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. lln Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND R< »BERT-STS., MIN. 

je5-dftw 



1863. SPEEDS. 1863. 



ap2S-3m 



421 Brooino-St. 



s 



lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



liad. 



Tj^ L O R E N C E SEWING 
MACIlIlSrE AOENCY, 

Directly opposite Stees' Furniture .'^toro, 

Xliii'rt ^ti'oot. 

Makes Fofit Di.iriNrT RriT<-HKS on one and the 
same machine, nil of which nuike the s<'am alike 
on Iwth sides of the fabric. 

It coinbitHM all the good r|'ialitie» of other first 
class .Machines, ami po-sesses many advantages 
over any ano all of tlieiii. 

It is the most sinip c and rKitifKi'T in Its con- 
struction «:t 

ANY YET OFFERED T<» THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers .jo g rent a ranj'c id Work. 

tfff- It siir^ Si.r or /■.it/lit thi-'knt .•■i'i:i i>J' h'till 
Cliith ilotrit to the jiit-'i/tnliric, trith niuiil fivHi- 
tV, ir'ithi'Ht rluntfiv nflntxion. 

FEEDS TO THI. RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No diincultycxptrienc d in sewing across thick 
seam. 

Runs more quiet thsn anv other M.i<hlue. 

They are tlio FASI'ESf M".\Vi:il^ in the 
WORl.D. 

A child o' ten vars ran 

AD.IUST IHK NKEDLlC, 

As easily as an experiencel opi-rator. 

They give universal satisfaction whereverused. 

I he most liicxperii-nced can work them per- 
fectly ami with ea-e. 

They range in price from ^Tt", to $11.'). 
*1-EVEUY MACIIIM; WAUUAXrED.jr* 

Heminers ami all neco«.i;iry tools included. 
• >. W. B\l COCK, Agent. 
Jyl.i cor. "d and Minnesota sfs.. SI Paul, 

/-^ORDAGE AND LEAD PIPE— 
JUST RECEIVED, 

And for sale low, by 
jeM-tf NICOLS, DEAN ft CO. 



MANUKACTUnr.R A!f n nEALKB HI 
COPPHR, SHEET IRON AND TIN WARS 

OlTllSITK THK RIQ CL.OCK, 

JACKSON STREET. St. Paul, Minnesota, 
nov1*-d*'»'tv 



CENT 

ROAD. 



RAIL 



A/flCHIG-VN 

Grvoat Centrtvl Route 



Indemiiity can be 

steps are being taken by the Government to as- 
certain who have suflTcred loss in projierty, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have nil the necessary forms, and 
are possesseil of fUiMsrior advantages for having 
these claims allowed aud settled in the .-hortest 
possible time, and will give sjM^cial attention te 
such as are placed in their hiinds. 

SMITH ft GILMAN, Attorneys' 

8t. Paul, Sept. 24, l»<fl2. 



Seeds ! Seeds I 

GARDEN, GR.VSS AND FLOWER SEEDS I 

DAY & JENKS, 

IDRTJGrGrlSaS, S1\ FAXJL, 

DKALER9 IK 

GRASS SEEDS-Timoihy, Clover, Red Top, 
Hungarian, Blue Grass, Orchard and I^wn 
Grass. 

GARDEN SEEDS— By the pound, box or paper, 
in great variety. 

FLOWER SEEDS— The largest and best assort- 
ment in the State— sent by mail free of posUge 
at live cents per paper, 

Rufa Baga and Turnip Seed wholesale and retail. 
mar>'Hw&w:^m 

Vy^ I L L 1 A M D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
6T. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
REKKERKNCES : 

Hon. George Opdvke, New Y'ork Citv 

John Q. Treadwell Albany, New York 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D...... Albany, New York 

Hon, R. A. Law, Chica|;o, Ills 

Geo. S. Blanchard, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chase, Mc Kinney and Moors Boston 

lAtldauihnftwIvw 



To New York, New England and the 

Canailas. 

Onandafter SUNDAY, April I9fh, 18(W, trains 
leave the (ireat Central Union Depot, foot of I^ake 
street, as follows : 

»..'IO a. na.- Day Fxprefs (Exoapt Sundays) 
arrives ai Detroit at r,.vjO p. m., 
Su-penslon Bridge at "150 a. m.. 
Albany, :i.o«» P. m , New Y'ork, 
S. ."> I'. M.. Boston, II Vt V. M. 
l.li p. ■•.— XiBht Kxpress( Except .Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit at 0.0,5 a. M., 
Suspension Bridge, 4.50 P. M., Al- 
bany, 4 i.'i A. M., .New York, 10.15 
A. M., Boston, 2.20 V M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M C. Railroad, leave 
Chicago at ;.:',0 a. .m., Mail Train; 7.1.^ P. .M. Fast 
Express. ^. 

The ".l.'i P.M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or bagtrage. 
RUTTAX'S P»TENT VE.NTILATORS 
On Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. 
n»gK»tc*' Chvcked Thronrli. 

»»-Throngh tickets for sale at all Principal 
P^aili oad ( tffices in the West, at th" < Jeneral ( >fflce, 
corner l.*ke and Dearborn streets, (under the 
Tremont Honse,) Chicago, and at the Depot- 

R. N. RICE, G<»neial Suiierintcndent. 
H.C. WKNTWOlilH, 
myS-tf Gcn'l Western I'aiS. Ag't, Chicago- 



p E O . E . S C n N A B E L . 

lu Maffets Castle, corner Jackson and Fourth 
street, _ 

PEALRR I!» 

GROCERIES, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps constantly on hand the choicest Brans of 
Flour, Nice Leaf Lard, Lamb's Sugar Ctired 
Hams, aud Dried Beef, Corn, Corn Meal, Oats 
and Bran. 

He has made arrangement" to receive, two or 
three -imes a week, from ihe country, the olioic- 
est Roll But er. . . ^ t 

(ioods delivered to all parts of the city, ffee of 
charge. "'*''-'^- 

TATE OF MINNES'>TA. COUNTY 

F RA-M-^KY- Di-trict Court, for Second 



ST. 
o 

Judlci.ll Dlslrict— «s 



¥-v C. GREENLEAF'S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 



Third ll«r«>«>t 




Aaimt Paul. 



{ U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orig 
j Inal Process,. TO eei.ts. 



1 



Ira Bidwell, PlalntiflT, against Jo.seph Daniels, 

DeWiit C. Taylor, nnd Henry L Moss, De- 

fendants.— Sutnmons. 

'I1ie State of Minnesota. 
To th' ahore named neftnftnn'x .• 

You and each of yon are hereliv summoned and 
re<]uire<l to answer the complaint in thi.- action 
whicli complaint Is on tile in t lie oliice of the 
<'lerk of this t.'oiirt, and to serve a copy of your 
answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, 
at his otlice in Saint Paul, Miiin-snta, within 
twenty da>s alter the service ul this summous ; 
upon ^ oil. exclusive of the day of such ser\ ice, 
and if you fail to answer the complaint within 
the tinicafore.--aid the liaiiitilT in this act on will | 
take Judgmei.t against you forthe sum ot t«o ; 
thousanaaud sixtv dollars with interest then-on | 
from the lOlh dav of S pteni!H>r. ]<<:, at the rat* \ 
of seven per cent, per unuuui, besides costs aud j 
distmrsemenls. i 

Dated ."saint Paul. Minn., .lune 10th, l^AI. I 

GEO. L. OTIS, i'laiulilf's Attoine*', 

Jel4-0w of Saint Paul, Minn. I 



The ladles and geiitlemen ot this citv and vicin- 
ity, are invited to call aud examine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

X>F KKW 6TTLK8 OF .TEWKLRT, 

Crold a,iid Silver "Wateliea, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WAKK, PLATED WARK, 

DIAMOND GOODS, SILVER TEA SETS, 

Castors, Cake Baskets, Gold Chains, Ring* 
Thimltles, aud everything else pertaining to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

My goods were purchased exclusively for cash 
from tlie largest wholesale houses in the L'niou, 
ami are for sale at the 

T.O^VEST PRICES. 

All goods warraned precisely as represented. 
Cash paid for old Gold aud silver, A ftill supply of 
WATC'I >i.\TERt,\l>S always on hand. 

Agent for .Seth Thomas' (blocks, also agent ftor 
the celebrated 

A^moricaii. Watolio». 



C ATHC^^^JRT &: CX>. 

AT THEIR OLD STORK. 
Tliird Street- St. Faul, 

Are in receipt of their 

Spring Slock of Dry Goods 

We have a large and beautiful assortment of 

ORESS G^OODS, 

Which we would in^dte the I.*die8 special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invite Merchant Tailors to call an 
examine our stodc of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

\Vhich is very large and desirable; we are selling 
low. To Merchants from the Country, we pro- 
pose to job < ioods at Chicago or M-lwaukee prioei 
— freijiht added. Call aud examine before buying, 
marl-dftwly CATHCART ft CO. 



BROAD ACRES! 

»0© ACRES of land from 3 to 12 miles ol 
ST. PAUL, will be sold in tracts of 40 acres, 80, 
IJO, 100 and 340. The soil is a rich loam, with 
iroo<l and inatcr. Terms part ca»h, and the ba'- 
ance, if desired, on long time. 

HENRY McKENTY, 



St 



Dealer in Real E>tate. 
Paul, June 6, 1SC3.— dftwCm. 



BERT P 



LEWIS 



R° 

ATTOBNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, Alixxneaota, 

q^ceoM Thirdtt., Roger's Block,nmrtkt BHdfft, 
ALSO Branch Aokntof 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Uarvay, 
Collins ft Braoe. 

CLAIMS presented and prosecuted oerore con- 
gress, C«urt of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington Clt v. Special attention paid U> secu- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, liounties. Back Pay. ft<>. 

*^ Advice given soldiers and their (Hendt t y 
letter or at tlie oifioe, without charge. 



Particular attention paid to repairing every 
description of Watches Clocks, and .lewelry in 
the best possible maun 'r. " 
kiuas of 

HAIR. WORK 



We mtnufkcture all 



Or anv other pattern of Jewelry, fco.. In t.ur line. 
All work will be done promptly in a woikman- 
like manner an« «kitkk tham amy '^thkr ks- 

T 'BLlHHMf MT IJt THIH KKCTION OF THK OilITN- 

Ttty. All ord rs bv letter or othorwlso will re- 
ceive pr .rapt altenliou. 

Allkiwdsof new wheels and new parts nf the 
watch m.tuufacturt>d (or the trade at a n-aaonable 
discount. 

Store in Greenleaf's Blodc, opposite Concert 
Hall, nearthe Post Office. __ ^_ 

upstf. D. C. Ga£ENl.EAF. 



SPRING TR^DE. TO THK MER- 
CHAXrSOFTHE NORTH-WEST. 
We respectfully Invite you to examine our an**- 

qaalled MUoellaneo«si>to«kof 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. YAN- 
KEE NOTIONS, WtHJI.EX GOODS, 
UOSIKKT, CMO« KEKT. CHINA, 
GLASS. CUTLKMYi Pi.ATKD 
G(K»DS, ETC., Em. 
No house In the country olfers tvtter induce- 
ments in gooils aud prices. We have every facil- 
ity and are prepared to sell the Best C*»h Trade 
ai a profit below Eastern tigures. 

»j-Sj>ecial attention i>aid to all orders arcom- 
bi«d with money or references. 

■■ip*r«rra »m* #«M»«ir*, 

Nos. n, ri and 70 Lake bU, Chicago. 
mSI-lT- 



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REAT BARGAINS. 



The best bargain one ean make in aarttdniri* 
to pu^c^l»^e •* First Class art cl« at a low rMte. 
This is the sort of bargains A. H. WlMlt..<>H is 
giving his customers every day, at hu tirocerj 
Store, on Jackaon-str«et. Ji::H-tf 

















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THE SAINT PAUL PRESS. WEDNESDAF, JULY 15, 1863. 



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THE CITY, 



roLicK.— Offioiv* John rcnder|;aj«t 

and John rattersou li so 1k<mi rouiovi d tVoin 
the fone l.y tlu- Mu>or. on chaijjc of liuvinj,' 
)>L'on found otr ihoir iK-aN. Tlioy urso In .U- 
fL-ni-e, howcViT, thoy wen- <alkd otf on duty, 
and oJler to pruvi- tlii-> fact should an invosil 
K:itiou be had. Ilay havf demanded thr 
Court of Inquiry, and intimato that othir 
h«>ad» wdl be ivady for the f^uillotinx if such 
:i:i i!iV4>stl;piUon is luM. 

\ 0,0. F.— TheuKstallalion of otfiofr.-. 
of St. r;>.ul lX)d;,'t\ No. 2. »anu« olf hwst nisht. 
Th"' Cfrcmony wa.s »onduiti<l l>y Isjuic U. 
ronway. Doimty (irand Master for this I M>- 
trivt. The following otHecrs were insUlUnl ; 

.V. G. — Shen*-o«>d llou^^h. 
K. O.— \Vm. K. Miller. 
/?«-. SfT.—J. lletelur Willi ims. 
J\r. Sei:—'T. Jennniffs Kinj,'. 
K. S. to v. (,•.— <has. P. Mronj:. 
H. S. to V. f;.— Ferdinand Knauft. 
I'ho IxHl^e is iu a ll>>uri>hini; eondilion. and 
highly prtx^p.ruu.s as reiiardsi i.:» tiumias. 

TiiFKK is an unusual amount of sick- 
neiw and mort.ilitv among ehihlren just now. 
It is a speeies oi' .summer eomplaint, or dys- 
c Uery. aud orig nates very liki ly ftom the 
eatinjr of unwholesouie fruit and meivt. Pa- 
reiifs eanuot »>e too earcful alnmt the ilii-t of 
their eliildren at this season of the year, as a 
ninnltor of families luive lost little ones re- 
ecntly. 

ArriDKN'T TO V IIdu.-^k. — A horse bc- 
lonjfing to John Austin, the mail earrier to 
Fort J^ncllin;:. hrol;c his lejj yesterday. Mr. 
.\u>tin was eompelled to relieve the poor an- 
imal of his suderiug by tihooting him. It wa» 
really piiiful t'». see the poor brute (;ulver".Ui: 
%vith pain, and yet nothing eould be done lor 
him. 

Mii.iTAKY. — The olKeors' sthool of In 
stmction in .\nn.>rj- Hall is pn)gressing fme- 
ly. Capt. French, the instniet ^r. isdiilling 
them frv)m A to Z. hi all the rudiments ami 
br.mohes of company tactics. There is not 
• >ne who will not come ont an experienced 
sold.er. fit to command, if he »>nly half trio 
to leain. 

Slpkkmk CovKi—Sirth Z>(Ty.— But 
very little business was transacted yesterday, 
the case of Kob^rt A. Smith. County Trcai«- 
urer of llamscy County, is. James .stinsou, 
>)Ling the only one argued. 

We admire the archittM-tnral geni'is ol 
the individual who devised that heavy thresh- 
old for the south C«r>t*>l ff'tc. You e.in now 
hre \k your neck cr log, with equal case, while 
making your exit fr-m the enclosure. 

Wr join with ihu Pioneer in urpinp 
that a wa er mark Iw fixed ou the centre pier 
of the bridge, in order to show the st.nge of 
w.iter. its rise, fall, \c. No Itetrer place could 
be got for it, and such a w atcr record i» really 

needed. 

««• — 

A Vki'.Y Neat Ar.Tici.K. — The Initial 
Stationery Packet, cont ining three sizes of 
Wtt (jual ty note paper with envelopes to 
m.itch, having initials neatly stamped upon 
them. Prirc of package only fifty c<nts. For 
sale at Mcnill's Book Store. 



Phtku on'«« Majjazine for August is 
received at Merrill's. 



Arrivals at the Hotels. 

■ - ■ 

Tlk.-^pav. Juljr II. 

VJ Schuyler, Chi<-iKo; (.li«8 Doty, l." S A: C 
Bfigjrs Keiioitiia, Wis; »' .M Krutiomer, Chicago; 
TNlIu^tted ami lady, .N>w York; Mn Arm- 
utronp. Kvan.villc, IihI; JlrsHuff, ilo; .Mrs Hook- 
»r, rt<>; !• ^chulfiibiTS and ilauKlilfr, Mill water; 
Mr ."k .Mrs C»ms Kthridge, Hintrngs; ( larenct- K 
Kat n.NewVork: .) \V Falls, .Meiiipliis. lenn ; 
W Wo idworth, Uuhn'iup; C Itronsoii, ("liicaeo; 
F <: rrenti.is, Cleveland; S Cbaiiiberiaiu, do; 
«i Nuittr, Hoiton; S Merrell. Uandolbh : It It 
I.uuguoii, .luliet. 

aiEliCUA^iTM. 

WHAndersc.il, Sliikoirt'e; .1 Mankenaon, St 
Anthonv ; D Tilibefts, I,ak.> <:itv; K Butter*, 
Kasota; Capt K IJ Vouiig. ilellf I'laine; V 1* 
Van Kenstler, Hud'on, N Y; CK Kunsell, Wa- 
terburg, Vi ; W S Katon, Uiiclic«*«r: 1 F .\u- 
dews. St Anthony; C Ii>i«i ^ wife and three 
childn-n, Dettance.b; riio!* (,' .lone*, Maine; A 
J Heady, Ind; E .^to rltt, do; L Fletcher, Min- 
neapolis; '.' I Metziier. IJellf I'laiue; W S Chap- 
m.ia, .Miun- apolis ; 1) .1 IJIaiik", >t I.ouis ; C Crop's 
Luke City; L U Woolson. Kelle I'laine: David 
Saulord. <.ity; .\ N' Ihom .son, M I'aul; K 
Htdine^, Carver; <'\\' Whitcoinb, Forest City; 
C'lias Doty, U s .V; H J (J Crosw»-II. .Monticellu; 
M Hel.euian, Cincinnati; W W strait, Jordan ; 
C IJrigg*, Kenosha, Wi.s. 

AMeHICA5r. 

C A WiiNtand, Minneapoli*; I'eter .'^chrappel, 
do; J W William:*, Cannon Falls; .1 M KusiIm, 
Minn;(i Weaver, fresooU; C I) Coldthwait. 
lloii^tton county; JD Carson. Freeport, ill; C 
l>i'.Muth, do; J <j Car elJ.do; A V Koldnx. do; 
J U Siuitb. Kockford; J H Clarke, do; K Sloan, 
Cr de four, MI; K Slo.tson, do; A ■> fiillingi, 
ExceUior; W H tjran , St I'aul. 

^VHITC'HCH'H HOTEI.. 

Wm It John^fton, Montreal; C I* Hoylon, St 
Paul; W P KIlid, .Minneapolis; P ► raker, do; W 
Altenberg, Pt Dongla-Hs . L C Wyckoir, Franco- 
nla; J .N Clement, t'reneott ; DDI'rice, do; A 
H lioavi, llanginjr Uock; Markhain Ulaek, Cot- 
tage Grove; W lu Drap->r, do; Janus C Frost, An- 
okA. 



fonvani upon that retreating mass would have 
ended the campaign with the l»attle ; but f >r 
torty thousand we had that one wast^d brig- 
ade. The r«l»cU were si.K)n formed afcain, and 
ready fordcfetibe — the opportunity wua lost. 

rno.lf THE 1«T .«I.ll»E«OTA. 

Mr. John M. Hratk ot this city has la- 
von'J us with the following letter from 
his ion, who ifl a member of Company C. 
First Minnesot* : 

BATTLKKIKl.r OF OkTTY«BVRO, / 

July, 5, 1863. \ 

.My Daar Father: 

U is with feeling* of gratitude to our 
Heavenly Father tliat I sit down to write 
yon a few lines informing you that I have 
I>a.s8ed through thia battle in safety, and 
have come out without a acrateh. 

I cannot give the particulars in this let- 
ter as I haTC not time. It was as hard a 
battle as this army over fought. It com- 
inenci'd on the evening of the *2nd inat., 
and lasted until dark on the .'ird. The 
army (ought as it never did bc'ore, an<l 
wo have gained a decided victor}-. The 
relu'l.s are retreating, and Gen. Sedgwick 
is foUitwing them up. 

We c.Hpture«l over 10,000 priaonera, 
and the field is covered with their dead. 

Our loss has been very heavy. In our 
division the losa is 1,700 killed and wound- 
ed. The old First is about used up. Out 
of three hundred aud twenty men that 
went into the fight, A«rty-fonr art* killed 
undone hundred and aixty-two wounded. 
Four officers are killed and thirteen 
wounded. 

Our Company went into the fight on 
rhursday but our line broke and we were 
deployed as skirmishers in the rear of the 
line. Capt. Farrell closed up the com- 
pany and took them in. We lost seven- 
teen men. 

Capt. Farrell was twortally wounded 
:ind died at half past twelve ye.^terday. 
Lieut. Mason was wounded. First Ser- 
geant Howard was wounded in the arm. 
Sergt. Luppen killed, Sergt. Krciger 
wounded. Corporal Squires wounded, and 
eight others. But I muat close as we 
have oruers to march. 

Marshall Sherman of our company cap- 
tured a stand of rebel colora of the 28th 
Virginia regiment. 

The Winona Repuhlcan eontaina the 

following extract from a jirivate letter: 

"\Vc lost two hundred and twenty -seven 
men iu killed and wounded. I ain sorry to 
s ly th:it Charley Ooddard was wounded, as 
.ilso wivs Charley l-'.ly. They are both doing 
well. Capt. Periam i^ mortally woun<led. 
Col. Colvillc was wounded in the leg; Lieut. 
Col. .\dams throu;;h the lungs; Major l)i»w- 
ney in the leg; and many others whose namei^ 
I cannot give. On Fr.day we were shelled by 
one hundred and thirty pieces of urtillerj'. In 
the liLNt charge, Coqioral \Vri:rht of .M nne- 
s .ta City wius killed. Chester Durfec of Uoll- 
iiig.-stoue was wounded in the leg. Out regi- 
ment captured two stundu of colors. We 
hiivi- one hundred aud four men left in the 
regiment." ♦ 

W'e find in the New York Times of the 

8th, tlie following nama^ additional to 

the above : 

Capt. Mnller, company B, killed. 
Capt. Messick, company II. killed. 
Li ut. Hriiec, company 1,'killed. 
I jeut. May, i-ompany" 13, slightly wounded. 
Lieutenant Sinclair, company B, slightly 
wounded. 
.Adjutant Terrell, slightly wounded. 



9 * m * 9 



Terrible Riot of Dock La- 
borers. 



OXK MAN SHOT, TWO NEGROES 

DUOWNEI), AND A NUMBER 

nOIlllIBLY BEATEN. 



■ 5rFEK:VAI. Ol'TRACES OF A 
BRUT AX. nOB. 



Th«> I.UW in .^r. C'on««uy'« Cuar. 

The following is the law enacted by the 
last Congress, for punishing persons in 
foreign countries holding correspondence 
with the enemies of the United States. 
It will be observed that it meets Mr. 
Conway's case precisely : 

JSe it enacted by the Senate and llounv. nf 
Beprcsentatices of the Cnited States of Ameri- 
ca in Congre.^f n-inrmhlediThnt if any person, 
bein^a rc.>-ident of the United Stiites, or biing 
a citizen thereof, and residing in any foreign 
country, shall, without the i>ermission or au- 
thority f>ftho(>overiiincnt of the United States. 
and w'ith the intent to defeat the measures nf 
the said (iovernment, <.v to weaken in any 
way till Ir etfieacy. hold or eoinmrnee, directly 
or indirectly, imy correspondence «)r inter- 
course, written or verbal, with the present pre- 
tended rebel Government, or with any o;licer 
or agcnc thereof, or w ith any other individual 
acting or i^yinpathizing tlKrewith; or if any 
such persons ub^ve mentioned, not duly aii- 
th .ri/.ed. sliall counsel or assist in any such 
corre8|)ondtnee or intercourse, with intent as 
aforcs id, he shall be deemed guilty of a high 
mihdcincau r, aud on conviction before any 
court of the United States liav.ng Jurisdiction 
thereof, shall l>e punidicd by a tine not ex- 
ceeding ten thousand dollars, and by impiis- 
onm nt not lc^H than si.\ mouths nor exceed- 
ing five yciirs. 

sec. 2. And he it further enacted, That 
where the olf ns;? is coiuiidtted in any foreign 
country, the Distr i;t Court of the Cn tt d .states 
for the dis rict where the offender shall l>e 
tirst arrested shall have jurisdiction thereof. 
♦ « ♦ » ♦ 

How SImar DlaNM«r w« wvro at 

Crttjaliurfr- 

The following, from " Agate's" Gettya- 
burg correspondence with the Cincinnati 
Oazelte, may account for the apparently 
slow movements of the Army of the Poto- 
mas ainco its victory : 

HOW NKAR DISASTER WK CA.ME. 

Ye', we were ne.ir def -at. Our amfnunition 
rrow scant; the reserve ammunition tra n was 
uro'ight up and drained ; but for that we 
sljouid have ben lefc to eold steel. Brigafle 
alter b jgado ha<l been throwu forward to 
strongtU«n the line ; as the rebel afaek drifted 
back over the fields there stoml in the rear 
just one single brtg.ide that consdtiitod the 
enti.o reserve of the .Army of the Potomac. 
Foity thousQfid fresh troops to have hurled 



From the Buflalo Express, ."th. 

For a second time within a year our 
city has been disgraced by a murderous 
riot among the dock laborers. For some 
time a feeling of intense bitterness, which 
has fre«iuently manifested itself in unpro- 
voked assaults, has been entertained by 
the Irish dock laborers towards the ne- 
groes employed about the wharf and upon 
vessels. Yesterday afternoon between 
one and two o'clock, an unfortunate fra- 
cas between a young man named John 
Laughlin, and one of the latter blew the 
smouldering embers of resentment into a 
tierce flame of fury, which was taken ad- 
vantage of by some of the most violent 
ones, to incite an indiscriminate and fe- 
rocious attack upon the colored men, and 
for hours the lower part of the city was a 
scene of murder, sickening brutality and 
terrible excitement, without a parallel in 
our local history. 

The affray which formed the prelude 
to tiie riot, occurred on the corner of 
Mississippi and Ohio streets. Laughlin, 
we are informed, met the negro, and ad- 
dressed him in an insulting manner, pro- 
voking a dispute, the result of which was 
that he drew a pistol and shot Laughlin 
in the right shoulder, inflicting rather an 
u;^ly wound. The negro then ran as far 
as Illinois street, where he was headed 
off ny some Irish laborers, knocked down, 
and beaten in a most horrible manner. 
He would have undoubtedly been mur- 
ilered outright, but for the timely inter- 
ference of two officers, who, with great 
dilliculty, rescued him from his infuriated 
assailants, placed him in a wagon, and 
started to drive to Tolice Station No I, 
By this time a crowd of some two hun- 
dred laborers had collected, who pursued 
the ofTicers, and made the most desperate 
efforts to wrest the negro from them ; but 
they drove steadily on through a storm of 
stones, clubs and other missiles, and al- 
though several times nearly overpowered, 
finally reached the station in safety. The 
baffled and maddened mob turned back 
in search of another victim, and discov- 
ered a colored man near the Wads worth 
Elevator, hunted him down and pounded 
and kicked him till he was ins- nstble, and 
his features beaten out of all semblance 
of liumanity. 

The unfortunate man was taken to the 
building, ai>d thence to the station house, 
where a la ge gang, eager for blood, soon 
c •iigrepa'td with the determination to 
finish the fiendish work they had b«gnn. 
Chief Darcy. who, with what few olhcers 
he could collect, had made the most 
strenuous exvrtions to quell the outbreak, 
fearing that the station would be broken 
into and the negroes killed, determined 
to remove them to the jail. When they 
were brought out to be placed in the 
wagon, the mob made a desperate rush 
to reach them. A herce struggle ensiieil, 
which was continued the whole length of 
the Terrace. The officers finally tri- 
umphed, an«l their pursuers rushed again 
towards the dock, followed almost imme- 
diately by the officers. 

The propeller Oswego, which lay at 
the marine wharf, was the scene of the 



next outrage. The brutal horde rushed 
ou board ot her and beat one of her crew 
— a colored man — almos* to a jelly, with 
their clubs. II", too, was barely saved 
from death by the oflicers. some of whom 
were severely bruised by the stones hurl- 
ed at them. 

A numlHT of the riotirs then Heize<l 
.several scows and closed the creek, with 
the intention of attacking the coloreil 
crew of the prop«'ller rortsmouth. Tf»« 
captain was too <juick for them, and got 
the vessel under way before they could 
board her from the wharf. 

The captain of the pr(»peller Mendofa 
armed his crew and the brutal mob dared 
not attack them. 

A negro who was standing at the win- 
dow of a pnipeller going dow.\ the creek, 
receivtMj a fearful blow in the face from a 
bri«'k. 

The mob gradually worked its way 
along the dock to Main street, in search 
of fresh victims, meeting with poor suc- 
cess in their devilish- chase. Some of 
the most violent raised the cry, "Let's 
clean out the <1 — d nigt^er hives on Com- 
mercial street." The proposition w:is 
received with savage yell.s of approbation, 
and in a few moments the I'nion Block 
on Commercial street, which is inhabiled 
by a number of negro families, was sur- 
rounded by a crowd ol three hun<lred men 
mad for blood. The bridges and streets 
in the vicinity were filled with pale-faced 
and horror-stricken spectators, who shud- 
dere<l with apprehension at the appalling 
dangt-r which threatene<l the ap,>arenlly 
doomed iiiniateH of the building. The 
police force by this time was materially 
strengthened by a-number of the nij^ht 
men, and managed to keep back the 
crowd while the colore«l men were re- 
moved onl' by one, under a guard, and 
started rapidly for the jail. Most ol theiii 
were terribly bruised and cut with utoiies 
and clubs before they could be got away. 
In these contests the ollicers were lotigli- 
ly handle<l and received numerous bruises. 
Terrible acts *in this awful |pigedy 
were meantime l)eing perlornied in other 
places. It was ascertained that iiegmes 
were on board tin- propeller Oswego, 
which had moved to the foot of Main 
street during the afternoon, and a num- 
ber of devils incarnate boarded her a se- 
cond time, and smashed in the door (d' a 
state room, wht re three of the terrilietl 
blacks had sought reliige. While thev 
were being pounded to death ^'veral of 
the oflicers arrived and beat oil the .is- 
sailants. The poor wretches w«-n' n-jt al- 
lowed to reach the jail, however, without 
receiving further injury. A d>'tachment 
of the Commercial street mob headed 
them oft" at Lloyd street, and followed 
them nearly to Seneca street, inflicting 
several gashes upon their faces and 
bodies. 

Tlie pitiable siglit of the poor wretches 
covered with blood and tottering with 
weakness, was enough to move a heart 
of stone, but it awakened no feelings of 
compassion in the breasts of t!ie human 
tigers, who hung upon their path howling 
for their destruction. 

At 5 o'clock Aid. Beckwith, flavor 
/)rt' (em, made his appearance down town, 
we believ«! for the first :iine «liiriiig the 
afternoon. After observing the crowd 
on Commercial street, from the Terrace 
for a few moments, he went down and 
made a speech to them, advising them to 
go home and cease violating the laws, 
whi h would punish whatever olFenses 
had been committed. Mr. Murphy also 
addressed them in the same strain. 
Neither speeches produced much ellect, 
as siibfletiuent events proved, although 
the rioters left shortly after their deliv- 
ery 

Nothing was wanting but most hellish 
outright murder to complete the horror 
of the riot. The rioters found two op- 
portuities, between H and 1) o'clock in the 
evening, to aid it in the most cold-blood- 
ed and Satanic manner, and to stamp 
themselves as the worst of savages, and 
basest of cowards. 

News was brought to Station No. 1, 
that an attack had been made on the 
propeller Mary Stuart. OlHcers Kent 
and Moiin, and two others, whose names 
we are not able to give, ran down to the 
boat, which they reacded in time to be- 
hold, without being able to prevent, the 
drowning of a poor fellow, who in his 
frantic efforts to escape, had jumped into 
the creek, and was clinging to one of the 
fenders. He was kicked off" repeatedly, 
and finally sunk. Officer Kent sprang 
into the water, but was unable to rentier 
him any assistance. Another man was 
driven off the propeller Tonawanda into 
the creek, and sunk instantly. 

Two iiejjroes were concealed bv the 
engineers of the Mary Stuart, uniler the 
boder, and after the boat left the dock 
were taken ashore near the light house, 
by the officers, and safely lodged in the 
station house. One of them was badly 
burned. 



lir*«>kly ]t«>vi«>w of tbr Hliaint 1>mh1 
Iflurkrt. 

Wkdnksoav, Jnly 15, IHO:i. 
Tli»« Ullurc of inaiU prevent* um from f?lvlng 
to dav any <'xtaiidtd seeouut of tin* ellect on the 
markets Fa!«t of tli« di-cliuf^ in frold of ut h-ai*t 
onf third, ul'ter the bitxW <if (ictlyitburg.und fall 
of VIckHbnrg. Tim niurkrt hen; liim i40tr<>M|>ond- 
ded to the 'ehangi', hut must follow closely any 
dtellaein piiri-a Kust. 

lllKtiUALN MAKKKT— WheHt has U-.i .'.nil 
and weak fverMlncc our la^t week'it ri'porl, wliicli 
was iitadc uu titu evil of the \ irksliurg H'm-'. 
Wheat di-ellned fully tlH^ ou tho P'Ceipt ut lliut 
iiewi>, dropping from U'li/Vre to riOoNtr, at hI>u it 
which price il has reiualniid siuc^-. 1 he reodptM 
have iN-en nhuiII tht* pant week, and the market 
dull, at it Im iinpoK-ible to rliip Hliem t>t>iow, and 
llii'rH it uo eucouragemeul to huyeri to continue 
l>u>lng. Not more tliaii '.',.'i«o bushels have Ix'cn 
(«liip|Hd aince July Ist. Statistics published in 1 
the l>aily riti>s kf .luly l.tili show tliut up to tin- 
l-<t iiibt ., 11>,9'.C'.| bu*li«>la have been landetl ul 
this po-t Ironi the Viiiiie»ota ICiver alone. The 
Wheat eiop is proniisii g ijuile well throiighoi i 
ino«t iMrtn of tbu State, notwithstanding th>- 
drought. I 

111 Oats we note aaleaat SOdS'c, but holders 
are not disposed to sell 
.Notliiiig doing in barley or rye. 
Corn quiet. 

OIM)«JKKV TRADE.— The Grocery Market is 
re)M>rted quite bri'k tlil« week, aud oaleii made iu- 
dieate that the inarkel is ttriu. (.'oUee liaii declin- 
ed Ic, but prices generally maintain tbenihclves 
wi h some stitfiiots. The low stagi- <>f the liver 
is having xoiiie ed'ect on migurs, molasses, and 
olher heavier stapled, but we belU've no udvaiiei- 
lias Im-i-ii made as vi t. Our JublxTH sell close to 
tlie i-.usieiu and Southern inaikit, mid otfer good 
indueenieiits tu eeiintry iiii-ri'lianl*'. 

DHY (jOtU>S.— Tlie market here has not yet 
been alleet<'«l by the decllm' in tiold, nor have 
advices } ft li<-eii receivi-d iiidiualing any fall in 
the I>ry (loods market Fast. .Merchants liere 
have In'fu selling below AfW York prices for 
souie time, aiitlfiputiiift another panic, with tile 
intention (>f buving new stocks at ledneed prices. 
If no fall takes plaee in the l'.a'<tern nt xkit, the 
dealers here will doiibilcss advance their rute^. 

1 he eoituu mills hH\e geueraliy ceased to run 
foraf-'W dajs past, owing to the uncertainty of 
the iiiiiiket. L>ealers here n'pi^rt trade quite «liill 
this inontli, which ii aiuays considen*)! a poor 
one for this business. 

The Aew York hifltpen'h ,it ul July l»th, in its 
e.xci'lleiit commercial report, npeaks thus of the 
l>rv (ioitds market : 



-Live (ieese, tSa'W: Indian, 



jrvff. I»iaT<e' Vl««r of Vlcksbnir* 

,Ielf. Davis made a pilgrimage to the 



FKATIIFUS 
15 a -JO. 

UKKSWA.X.— Nominal at iial5c. No recelpis 
''VAIvcs'Axi,c,iLs--Whl.e Lead <^ 100 ihs. i ^'ate of Missis.sinpi last December, in- 
% o.ji:!; LardtiiKic g«i., fi •^,; Neatsioot Oil, 1 snected the ilefenses of ^'icksburg, and 
»l,5iJ:Whale(»il,$i,i(j;Lln8eedOil,«l,60a«l,W»; ' , , . , , , . 

inrpeniiiie, ^r* oo. I pronounced them good ; and the day alter 

FISH.— No. I mackerel, per bb1.*lS; Vo. 2, ' 



|ill; No.:», »I0; dry cod,0^a7cperlb; Jlerring, 

box, Cslyr.'»e; <:o^lli^h 7'iC. 

<;<)FKKK.— I'rime Kio. .TJn^'ic; Laguayra, Soij 
.irc : Java, >iO!j40c; Moclm, 4ix'.. 

CO.VIi.— rittuburgh.per bu. 75©: Illinois, 40c. 

< ;AT ri.K 31 A ItK KT.— U.-ef has not been offer- 
ed very plenty for a few days, and prices arw 
more'iirm, owing to the drought. Hales show 
prices n« follows : 

On foot, •.i<j2','c; dressed, .%<jric; slieep per 

he.^d f.'<ii#r.; calves, !>» all; dressed liogs, $:!.«) 

tS.\.lU; miicli rows, ^lofif'.'.'i for tlomcAtic stock. 

-*-••«-» •♦■ 

Tht« C'ro|i» In .IllMnwiiutM. 

From the Winona Kepublicjn, Olh. 

From cmr exclmi'ges and olher soiirc a of in- 
foriiiallon, we learn thai all MM-tiou-> <d' the ."^tate 
were visit' d witli heavy rains during the |iast 
week, and thai iheernps generally present a very 
much iiiqiroveii a|>|>eariiiire in ex>n''equeiice. 
Wheat, our great staple, is notv iloliig v<-ry well, 
notwilhstanding the tears utid predictions ot 
iiiaiiv that II would be almost a lottd failure. So 
far as this crop is conot'rned. the opinions of our 
cott-mpinariex throughout the State aeoni to cor- 
roborate our own, expressed u v* ••<•►, ago, that 
the iiverage )ield \\ ill hi* at least e<|ual to two- 
fiirds of^last year's product. Accounts g. neral- 
Iv concur i i stating that all other irops are in a 
flourishing coxdiiion. There v«ill probably be u 
scarcity <«f gi-ass in some localities, while in oth- 
ers it is botu almiidaiit and of the be!>t ipiality. 

"special notices. 



Christmas delivere«l a congratulatory 
speech before the Mississippi Legislature 
in the capitol, at Jackson. In that 
speech, adverting to the movements of 
the Union armies. In; said : 



TIT i>- McCLURE 6i CO., 

Produce Commissioi Merchaitg, 

For the 8»le of Butter, Chee»«', I^rd. Egg«. 
iJeans, I'eas, Dried Fruits, Flour aud I'rovlsions, 

!t»0 ralc«i Street, 

I Op. WasJdngton 3Iarket, NKW YORK. 

I w. s. mVi.«;kk. «;. m'ci.cek. 

B. K. nAI.'.ARI*. 



R R F K It A S C E S . 

Geo. W. While. Ca*li, Meclianic's It'k, Brooklyn 
I Hon. Horatio Ballard, .Sec. State of .New York. 
1 Win. tripps, I'n-s. hUn'lard Ins. Co., New York. 
Vickshtirq and Port Iluditmi arc the real A. H. IJailard, Ypsilaoti, Mic^iiKan. 



O. Ci'BTis, General liisuronce Agent 
UlTice in Thompsoirs Block, Third street. 

L. H. (hute, .\gent fo." .Ktna I n-uranoe Com- 
pany, St. Anthony. 

June -.'ith, iNfct. dly 



♦ « ♦ 



M^J. Oea. DMnlel E. Sickle*. 

From tha Washington Republican. 

General Sickles arrived in this city yes- 
terday morning, accompanied by Sur- 
geon Sim, Medical director of the Third 
Army corps, and a portion of his stafi'. 
From Surgeon Sim we learn some inter- 
esting particulars, respecting the casual- 
ty which bcfel Gen. Sickles in the battle 
near Gettysburg on Thursday. The 
General's right leg was shattered below 
the knee by a large solid shot — not less 
than a Ti-pounder. With the utmost 
coolness Gen. Sickles reigned in his 
horse, and, reaching down, lilted the 
dangling limb from the stirrup and laid it 
oxer the horse in front, so that he was 
able to dismount without falling, which he 
did unaideti. Surgeon Sim was sent^or 
at the hospital and came upon the field 
amid a shower of bullets antl shells. At 
the first examination he thought the leg 
could be amputated below the knee, but 
after chloroform had been administered, 
a more critical examination disclosed the 
fact that the bones were shatu-red to the 
knee joint, and it was found necessary to 
cut above the knee. 

|\Vhile chloroform was being adminis- 
tered, before the General was rendered 
insensible, ho bad the whole battle field 
before his mind, and gave repeated or- 
ders, as it he was hotly engaged with the 
enemy. The instant he recovered his 
consciousness after the operation, he 
imiuired anxiously how the tight was go- 
ing on, and added with great earnestness 
that he would give the other leg and his 
life to boot to win the battle. The offi- 
cers who called that evening upon the 
surgeon to in<iuire after Gen. Sickles, 
each remarked that he saved the army 
from disaster that day. His attendants 
conveyed him by circuitous routes upon a 
hand litttr nearly forty mdes to reach 
the railroad, being soiiietiines obliged to 
make dt;tours to avoid rebel scouts, and 
finding but unwilling accommodations at 
the farmhouses where tliey aought shelter. 
Fortunately, Gen. Sickles arrived here in 
a comfortable condition, and last night he 
had the prospect of a speedy recovery, 
and the enjoyment of the fadeless laurels 
ho won upon the bloody field of Gettys- 
burg. 



1 lie trade is more active, and underwent a greit 
eM'iieiiient Un. wt^t-k. All douieslic I'abiics nave 
further advanced iu prices, aud bidders of fur- 
eigu goudp are much liruier. Doinestic.t are soM 
exclusitely tor cash, lu prinis Hiere is great uc- 
ti\ iiy, not ouiy iu ttie light colors a|ipru|iriaie lu 
spiiiig, I'ut iu dark colore, aud pric«is liave ad- 
*aiice(i. Amuiigjiit^Urs there is i-oiisideiable ir- 
rei;uUiity or di.hrenci' in priee". Tiii- I'lovi- 
• i< le'i- luurkei tor piintiiig ciollis is ac.ive uiki 
buo)anl, with 11^111 >tocks. Brown and Ideuclieu 
vhirliiig^ and »iieeting.i Coiitiliiie toa<.lvuiic.e. 1 he 
Oeniaua i.> active. (. ■ntoiuuu.- are in <(Utck sale. 
.'>tripe.'<, tiek.-< and deniin.t are al.>o i>jojuat. i he 
higii pr.c ■ a?ked and ooiained for tiie new clip ol 
v\ uui iius It'll to liigiier prices < f goods, taiio,. 
(a.niiueies are quick of ^<deat theiiuvance a.'-ked 
faik culois have hi1 im-cii very buo>ani. The dt- 
niand itir Aaliiieis lias becoiue exceciliiigly preM< 
lug, especially for biaik<, aud pi ice^ have auvai.c- 
cii uiiii are Biiil adtauciiig. I'l in led detains shar. 
lUiiy iu the tit-ueial aoii^iiy uiid Liuo\aiicy. 
Heavy goo*;." lor Ok el cuuia arc iu good i'e<iii..'fi. 
I'oenkiio arc want d. rlauneln active alel ouoj- 
au(. Ill tViK'igu goods the Oemand is more livc- 
i\ . Ill iiisii diu9.-< go<><l» are more wauled, and at 
^olue advanc '. 

FLOl/K.— Ill flour we note another advance, 
ami pric<'S ar* (juite lirni at our figures. 'I'he re- 
ceipts ure iio» quite so large as a fe«' weeks back' 
and are cniiti red to local trade, as it is iiiipossr 
ble to ship at the present stage of water. A 
number uf country mills liave c<>a<ied to grind 
lately, as th.< streams which furiiisii their power 
have ilried up, owing to the long couiiiiued 
■irought. Our figures arc as follows : 

Wholesale. Hetail. 

.Sup«^rlinp.. if^ po $.') .'>u 

K.vtra 5 50 <j IS) 

liuuble X.city Brands > tX) d 50 

Winter Wheat, (.\.\.V|. 7 W 7 50 

Corn meal .J $1 v:5al 'lUpcrcvvt 

JllDK.S—Thi- is nolAinch activity in the hide 
market at present, anl no recidpts or shipments 
of note. We quote : 

Ureen d aA',,c 

Orecii salted '.*i<X<'.'4C 

I'ry. ..•*•...... a ......■•..•**.•. ........I'lf' 

Dry tlint 15 ii^-dc 

ifi'een calf. 7 afic 

L>ry 15 ^iCc 

LKATilElt — Is in good demand. 

Best Sittinish riMc 

Beht ftlaugiiter :iiSi}40 

Harness — Hemlock 41 (i 4.°; 

American Kip 7U a'.io 

American Calf. $1 00>ii*l vfo 

Cpper — Heni.ock , ikt fool "JS <jV.'(i. 

WOOL. — The wool sale.'* go on slow, and buy- 
ers and sellers'secm to ho apart. A week since, 
before our successes at (.ietiy.-hurg and Vicks- 
burg, wool liad advanced considerable. But with 
the decline in gold it lias receded to its former 
price. .Still farniers do not seem di.-posed to ac- 
cede to tiie prices, and are not marketing their 
clip to any extent, lu the nhsence uf sales, there- 
fore, we quote : 

Unwashed 40^4:.' 

Tub washed G5<t.~U 

^ledium fleece 05a,'°5 

B'rrrElt.— riiere is a fair inquiry for butter at 
tile following rates : 

AVhoIosale. 

Choice Country roll r.^gi5 

iiest tlrkin 10a rj 

No. 'i lUal'.^ 

CllKFSF— Quiet, and i>rices uoiuiual : 

Western Ueserve 14 

Hamburg .14 a 15 

Miiiuesoiu lUa •> 

KKBOSKXt:.— Owing to an advance iu I'itts- 
burg our market has responded, and closes firm 
at an improvement of Oa^.'^c per gallon. The in- 
quiry is liglit. We quote : 

I'rime WliiteOii CO 

.Straw (.)il 57^55 

fOOl'fcltA(rK.— Owing to the dull state of the 

fluur market, and light demand for the pork trade. 

wo note but littlo doing. l'ric«« are nominal as 

follows : 

I'ork barrels. No. 1 ?• MSI ■lA 

No. ^ 1 15al '■^ 



.... « 



.1 50 
..1 00 

.. «» 

.. 4.. 

. . ^i^'i 

.. 35 

..2 .V> 
..5 (S) 
. .:{ 50 



I^trd tierces. 

Bulter kegs ■ 

l.ard kegs 

Flour barrels, No, 1 

ivo. ».... .......... 

Half barrels 

SALT— Market steady and tlrin : 

Solar, per hbl 

tiround alum, |>er bbl 

i^a'ry .••........■• 

Manila. ••••. ............. 

WOOI>KN WAUK— Is in good demand, and 
sales are brisk. Basset & Gilpatrick's (St. Antho- 
ny) circular sh^fl^s follows : 

l'.\ti.s:— •" ~ 1 Ciii'uxs:— 

2lioop %1 no, .No. I $!4 00 

3 lio..p -JUo'.Vo. -i I'.' 0" 

Triis:— JNo. 4 10 oo 

W inch It f«nil:ilf lusliel meas- 

is inch lOOO uros, jierUoz.... 50 

Hi inch 8 5o| 

(«l>.\s.S. — Is without any change — American 
Window, porbo.v.Kx o ;?;:.•.'.•> /5:i,.V»; inxr.'. !f:i,50 
tt^t.rs; io.\.4, i?:i.7.'»a4."<'; loxin to I'xirt, i>*,ooa 
4.5<): liixiM lo i-'x;.'o, *»,75a''>eV>. 

mox.— Common Bar, i' It. r.',r : Horse Shoe, 
7ri"«c; Sligo Bar, 7',c; *\vede Bar, S^c; Sheet 
lion, sc: Sugar Kettles, ,'»c; Lead I'ipe, \2%c: 
Kngllsh Past Steel, tt. •-^•)^»•^c: .si.ring Steel, 
P-",c* Cut Nail , ¥ Keg, $.>,75a7. 

I.KAI) AM) SHOT.— fig, *' lb. 0; Bar, lec 
Shot, V hag. <!•.•,« ■ ; Buck .'^hol. ».(,oO. 

MOl,AS«KS— riantatlon, V gal., ♦Wc; Sugar 
lloiit-e, 70; tiolden Syrup, ;5aK). 

MKATS— Mes- I'ork, V bhl„ #10 5 11; Mess 
Beef, V r.bl.. ^O.ljiin- Clear Sides, .>; Haniv, 
plain S. C, l)c. .•'honlilers, "J',' a •: l>ri.d Beel, 
loc; Canvassed ILinit, loc; L-al lard. lec. 

ALK.— XXX rittshurgh r.'ilM : Scotch, pls.jier 
dox. g.'.'.joal'--^^: l>riiry a..d ."^cotten's ale, bbl. 
ts, S' do. »4, K do. r-'-'5. Jf do. »I.'^; bottled 
ale $1.50; |)orter, pints s'lC. 

BKAN.>s.— .\Iix«l $i..V>al.r' ; l)»»t white per bn. 

IV>TATOBS— Old,4'c; Sew 75S80C. 

Si;o AK-Brown, V Ih. IMtl-»S'c; T. CoflTeo Sii- 
gar. 14c; Refined A. and B.. ISJIrtc; Be. 
flncdO. ftCo., lOc; Powdered, If.'^&l.c; Crush- 
rd, lO'i ; Cut Loaf, l7c. 

TKA.S— Young H son. Wc3*1.30: Oolonc. UOc 
al«'.W; Gunpo««derand Imperial. OSefif 1.4... 

WHISKY— ItectKled.Vaall.. 4fta-'0c; Monon- 
gfthela. 05ctt|l ; OM Bourbon. ftScijfJ.OO. 

BROOM fORV— No nales— noniina!— No. 1, 
♦ 100 V ton; No. 2, ««0<i$fi5- 

EGGS— Tolerably plenty at 10 3 lie 



A MKi-iTiNG of the Board of Trustees 
of the Oakland Cemetery Association, will be 
hohlen at the lianking House of I'arker Paine, in 
St. I'aul, on Saturday, the iMth inst., at 4 o'clock 
r. M.,for the choice of a President, .Secretary and 
Treasurer, for tlie year ensuing. 
By order of 
ALVXANDKU KAMSCY, President. 
P. P. Fl.ftBKR, Secretary. 
,Sf . Paul, July J.5, I**:!. jyl4 td 

TiiK Dkskasks of Er;KOK, (/yM Mal- 

dici tl'Krniir.)—], .lohn B. Oghen, M. D., au- 
thor and publisher of the above work, do liereb> 
promise and agree to send (free of charge) to an) 
young man who will write for it, a sample cop\ 
for perusal. The prop«>r study of mankind \> 
yixs. This valuable work Is issued and sent 
forth for the benefit of suffering humanity . it 
treats in simple language on all tlie diseases of 
Krror, including Seminal Weakaess, Nervous 
l»eb:Iity, Indiirestion, Melancholy, Insanitv, 
Wasting Dectiy, linpotenry, kc, ic— giving safe 
speedy, and effectual pn-.-^criptions for their jK»r- 
inanent cure, together with much valuaMe iulor- 
ination. All who favor me with a desire to read 
my work shall receive a sample copy by return 
mail, fro«» of charge. 
Addr«.'ss 

JOHN B.OGDKN, M. 1>. 

No. <>0 Nassua St. New York, 
may 4-d*v.-.'tm. 

To CoNsuMiTivi'>. — The advc^rtisei 

having been restored to health in a few weeks, 
hy a very simple remedy, ai'ier having suffen'd 
years with a severe lung affection, and that dread 
disease, t.'onsumption, is anxious to make known 
to his fellovt-sulh'n-rs the means of cure. 

To at! who desire it, lie will .send a copy of the 
pr.'seriptiou used (free of charge) witli the direc- 
tions for preparing and using the same, wliicli 
they will find a sfKK Ccni; kor CoNsvMPriON, 
AxTiiM.x, BicoNciiiTis, *c. The only object of 
tlie advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to 
benefit the afflicted, and spread information 
which he conceives to bo invaluable, and he hopes 
every sufferer will try his remedy, a» it will cost 
them nothing, and may prove a blessing. 

Key. Ki)W AKD A. WiL.««()X, Williamsburg, 

my4-d&w3m i Kings <:ounty. New Y'ork. 
_ . — «•* — 

TiiK Amkric.vx Express Company 

liavin^ purchased of J. C Buibauk & Co., certain 
routes heretofore nin by them, would respect- 
fullv state that they are now prepared to receipt 
througli to New York, Chicago, and all point 
reached hy Express, Freiglits, Packages and 
.Moneys, and will attend to collecting Drafts. 
Notes and Accounts, and all General Express 
l.usinoss. For tariff rates call at their office, 217 
Third St., opposite Stage Office. 

Office hours from 7 A. M. to C P. M. 

niva-.lm E. F. WARNER, Agent. 



points of attack. Kvcry cflort will Ir- made to 
eiipturc these places, with the object of Ibrcing 
the navigation of the Mississipj.i. or cutting 
off our communications wiih the trans-Missis- 
sippi I)eiiartment, aii<l of .scverin;^ the western 
inmi the eastern jKirtion of the f'onfeder.icy. 
Let t/u-n, all who have at heart the safety of 
the country, yo witltoid delay to Vickthury and 
Port Uiidstm ; let them ^n for such a len;,th 
of time US they am spare — for thirty .or sixtj', 
or for ninety days. Let them assist in pre- 
serving; the Mississippi river, tliat >rreat artery 
of I he <oiiiitry. ainl thxs conduce, more than 
any other tray, to the perpetuation of the Con- 
federacy and the success of the caus<;. 

Jell". Davis was right. lie had a just 
ajipreciation of tlie value of Vicksburg 
and I'ort Hudson to the "perpetuation of 
the Confederacy.*' His opinion was 
shared by Unionists. It was ind is held 
by sound strategists here and in Europe. 
Ill opening the Mississippi river, there- 
fore, the rebellion receives its fatal blow 
by the confession of its chief and bv the 

admission of the world. 

♦ > ♦ » » — - 

An IiifIli(°M>ant <ii«*rinai» K Big-tit of the 
<>iol*l«u Circle. 

A correspondent of the New York 
Tribune gets off tlie following as an inci- 
dent of the rebel invasion of Pennsylva- 
nia, showing how an indignant Gertuan 
Knight of the Golden Circle came to 
grief : 

Mister , he comes to inc and says for 

vin toiiar he viil makes me von K!ii;;..ts of tc 
Golden .>chnkles; dat he vill gives me all te 
Sif^is and K' '1'"', so as d..t vcu te Southern 
man comes ho ^hilll not touch any of my pro- 
l)erty, hut shall ^'et all he vaiits from de 
Plack Itcpnhlicins. So I gives him de von 
tollar and he gives me de grips and de signs, 
and says i shall jiivc dcm ven de Soutlicm 
man In- comes and he no shteal fr<nn me; veil 
he comes ami gets mine hor.-* ri,.;ht avay; so 
I goes out and says, " Mynhcor, 1 ish Ivnights 
(joldtii .sehirkks ; 1 give youde grip, de sigu.<, 
dc pa.s.s-words aud everv tings, ^o you leave s 
iniiiL' horses;'' vcn he say, "to hell m.t your 
^rips," and takes iniu horses. Oh, I is ruhiud 
man ; I gives mine lull.ir for de griji.s and it !.•? 
nix gi.ot, but i.-h .so better as iioting.> at all, 
for iley ^hteals from me vorse su^ anypody 
else. i)h, it i-h von sehwiiidle and 1 shall 
have my tolLir la.;k for de piips, &c. 



.1. 1.. Kelly, .Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 

K. H. Hnniiiigton, Adam's Irll Co , N. Y, 

.1. H. ReeJ, Tiiiai, New York. 

Hon. Henry .1. Raymond, " .N>w York Times." 

C H Wheeler, .M. Albans, Veriiioiit 

l>. Waid, l.ancaster, Grant Co., Wi^coD8in 

jvlO If 



QTI 
>a ft 



rayj:i> or stolen.— $10 uo 

Reward. 

Strayed or Stolen, from Michael McGraw, town 
of llayton, Honnepiu Co., atK>ut t"e middle of 
.lune lav', a three year old, r.ay liori'ecoU, tdack 
main and tail, and Jaikish legs, and star in the 
forehead; vtas IhaI M-en near .Moutif-«-!lo. Any 
one giving information that will lead to his re- 
covery, Ol" will return him to the owner, will re- 
ceive tiie above revnard. 

Dayton, . I uly 0, l>si!. j,v9-d2w* 



M«'' 



KS. 



JOHNi>TON\S ItOAUUIXG 
HOUSE, 

O" Fonrth street, between Minresota and O"- 
dar. A leM- more gentlemen can Lm.' accuinuiuda- 
ted with pleasant aud cuuilurtabie rooms. 

jea5-2w 



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IIITCHEK'S HOTEL. 



I.MPOSiTiox. — Passengers for St. Paul 
and IntermeMate Points, leave Chicago hy Chi- 
cago and Noi th Western Railway, at 8.45 a. .m. 

VIA PRAIRIE DC CIIIEN, 
Arrive at Prairie du Chien at 6.20 r. m., making 
direct connection with steamers, and getting 
supper on board. 

VIA LA CROSSE, 
Arrive at La Crosse at y p. M. 
No change of cars between Chicago and Prai- 
rie du Cliien. 

49- I line through to St. Paul, &c., same by 
both routes. 

No extra chargo for meals and state-room on 
steamers. 

E. P. BACON, Gen'l Ticket Ag*t. 



My attention has been called to the above cir- 
cular circulated on the cars of the Chicago and 
Northwestern Railroad and in Chicago, which is 
•in imposition on the public, as the citizens of St. 
Paul well know that it is falso, and that the lM>at« 
of the Davidson Line in connection with the La 
Crosse Railroad, arrive here from eight to fifteen 
hours ahead of the boats running in connection 
with the Prairie du Chien Railroad. 

mylO-tf WM. F. DAVIDSON. 

»%^ 

Editors St. Paul Press : 

Ukpi.v to C.vpt. DAVinsoN.— Having ob- 
served a communication in your paper f>om Capt. 
W. F. Davidson, alleging that a statement con- 
tained in a certain advertisement bearing my 
signature, to the effect that the time from Chi- 
cago to St. I'aul, is the same via Prairie du Chien 
and La Crosse, is an "imposition" npon the pub- 
lic 1 deem It due to myself aud to the line I rep- 
resent, to etafe the facts In the case detiniU-ly. 

I maintain that the time is ;>r(«c<icrt% the .same 
by both lines, as the boats from La Crosse arrive 
at St. Paul at from seven to ten o'clock in the 
evening, and those from Prairie du<?hien at from 
ten to two o'clock in the night, passengers by 
the latter boats remaining on board undisturl>ed, 
until morning. . 

The limits of an ordinary advertisement, such 
US the oii"» referred, will not admit of the state- 
ment of circuni-«tances at length; they must be 
■itatel l.rielly, in general terms, and I submit to 
the judgment ot the traveling public, whether 
there is any "impositio'i" in the statement re- 
ferred to. 

Respectfully ^ ours. 

K. P. BACON, 
Gen'l Ticket Agent M. k, Prairie duOhieu R. R. 

ST. P.viL, May 11, '<». 



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O T I C E . 

OHtKF QU\nTi:ttM.\STKK'»OKFlCK, ) 

DisTUK r .MlNXisoTA, ST. P.v ■ i.,.Iuly 13, '0.1. \ 
All P' rsons hohiing vouchers given hy officers 
acting ill thetiuartermsiiter's Department in this 
Military District, will present the same at my 
office lor setilement 11 or after Monday, July 
JOth. 1-^W, E. B. CARLLNO. 

Captain and C ief ti-iarternwtej, 
jyl4.3t Di'irict .Minnesota. 



s 



TKAYED OR STOLEN, 



From Oakdalo Town. Washington County, 

alM.nt .luly Isf, lS<Vt. a '»rR" .{^''''^t"',",, »«";•' 
HOR-E about 10 years oM. Has a white ra«', 
{■> a little sor^ In his fore feet, and steps short. 
Anv iMTson returning the above horse to the sub- 
scnb«'r. at Oak al^, or giving such Inf.rmation 
as will lead to his recovery, will bo liberally re- 
warded. . „ .,...,..^ 
jyl4.1w» J. P. BOYD. 



ucrioN ^^OTICE. 

We have a consignment of tlie following goods 
to hcllclieap f.rcash: Buggies, Wagons. Cun«, 
Gold and .■^llvrr Watches, .lewelrv Clolliiiig, 
Crockery, (Jrocerles, I.adies' lloop^k'rts, -ew 
ing .Machines, Iron Safes, Notions of all kinds. 
Auction sales every evening and ►p.'cial aales at 
10 A. M., on rhlr**t.. second door from tlie Mer- 
chant's Hotel, front the loveo. 

jyM U. K. BAKER k CO., Anctlonews. 



Fourth- St., hetireen Robert and Jackson. 
.SI. PACL, MINNE.SOTA. 

E. li. WIUTCHER, Proprietor. 

The above house having recently b'^en opened 
anil thoroughly renovated and refurniahed. the 
Proprietor would resp<.ctfally solicit a share uf 
the public {latronage. e^i'iooA btabiing and 
caivful Hostlers in atiendauce. jylO-if 



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AliMEK WANTED. 



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Mlirrc* <«en. Iteynolds Fell. 

Capt. W. 11. Wilcox, Aid-de-Camp, of 
the late Gen. Reynolds' .stall", says, in a 
card to the Philadeliihia Jmpdrrr : 

I notice in the jiapors very erroneous statc- 
mint.s regarding the miuiiicr of Maj. Gen. 
Kcyuohls' ilcuih. Allow uio to ct;rrect them. 
He Wits riding along the line of skiiiui.shcrs, 
endeavoring to rally Mid urge forward sonic 
vVe.steiii tivops (ot wtll-testcd (ourage) who 
had b.okeu irom the tcriible tire to which 
tlicy were subjected, when he received the 
mortal wound which in fifteen m.nutes after 
depr.vcd the army of i^nc of its ni< st galLmt 
and able coininaudcrs. 1 his was :ilx)ut hall 
past nine in the mom ing. a short tunc after 
the action commcnceil. and not in the after- 
noon. The place of his death was about 
where the *' College" or .'seminary is located 
on the map, (ihis building was only al>out a 
((uartcr of a mile out cf town, and not where 
marked as being ou the side of the city oi)po- 
sitc to the place of action. The First coqis 
did not retire be/ore the General died, but 
.some two hours aV.er. As I was the Aid who 
rode hy his side at the time he was wounded, 
I am enabled to give vou thus brieliv the 
facta." 



I want a responsible m.in and wife to take 
charge of my farm and sheep uu shares. 300 
acres of land — 'M) of it under piow. 2iMj sheep or 
more. Address, 

jy7-tf H. W. BARRY , Dundas. 

PAYMENT OF SIOUX WAR 
VOUCHERS. 

State .Vuditor's Warrants, drawn again.>-t the 
fund appropriaitd to pay the Sioux War Vouch- 
er* will in' paid by the btate Trea>urer, at his of- 
fice, Iw-tween the liours of '.I aud 12.\.M.andS 
and 1 1'. M. CU AS. .>CHEKFER, 

jyl tf State Treasurer. 

^T-ACHTING ON LAKE COMO. ~ 

I ;ie sub.-criber takes pleasure in announcing to 
the put'lic that the iK^aiitiful and well-knuwu 
vachts Pauline and Clamie Meluotte. have beeu 
thoroughly overbauhtl and renovated, ai.d art* 
n<i\vut ttie service of partie» de«iriiig a sail upon 
the piicid waters of Lake Coino. So labor nor 
exptriise hii> ls^<»n spaiwi in htting them mr this 
purpose, fhe Claude .M Iiiott** has been oarpete.! 
and specially fitted for the accommodation of 
ladies, and rel.-ct parties and families u< ..iring its 
exclusive u:-e will plea.v leaveth'ir orrters twelve 
h<.urs iu advance at the tti»rt: cf W. .sherinau 
Potth, Druggl^t. .*■!. Paul. The ^ub^Cl•ib:fr is an 
old .sailor, and as such, contribute? his skill aud 
aud ex|s*rience to lheCi.>mfort of pleasure parties. 

jy:-iv»^ K. «.. ALDRIl>tif~ 



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OR SALE. 



COIN AND EXCHAA'GE QUOTATIONS OF 

Thoinpsoii IBix>'g»., 

St. Paul, July 41. ISfa 

Rankersand licensed Dealers in lAind IVatrantsi 
RevoliUioiwry and Adult Half Breed Scrip, if c 

KXCHANOK R.ATKS. 

Selling for. Premlnm 

Bankable Funds }» perct. prem 

American Gold >. 40 perct. 

Orders for United .States Land Warrants, State 
warrants, Ac, promptly executed. 

State and United States Coupons paid at onr 
counter. 

Passage Certificates via Liverpool and Ilan: 
burg ; Drafts on England. Ireland and Scotland 
France, Germany and Switzerland, Sweden and 
Norway, for sale at our office. 



B 



ILLL POSTING, &c. 



MAXWELL & GRIFFIN, opposite Brown's 
Block, Third street, will post bills, announce 
meetings, auctions, and all matters usually attund- 
ed to by •' Town Criers." attend on parties, c ean 
rooms and offices, and undertake jobs of white- 
washing iu different coh.rs. jie-lm 



> 1 iL L 1 ~ t 






\\>^n 






-i 1**4. A'">fv\'* ^ 




1 15,000 



IfiO acres in Rose town, adjoining the school 
seotion, the following described land : N. W. '^ 
section Jl, town :.".•, Range L':;: about tifiy acTHji 
under cultivation, some improvement. sU fenoed, 
and a giMid well on tie- pr«-inises. Will U- sold in 
a b»»dy or in lotf* of lorty or eiglily acres, one- 
fourth i-asli. the balance in three yeaily payments, 
at seven \wt cent. |M'r annum. Title perfect; 
pu^se^^i0ll given after har\e>t. 

Also: The undivided N. '» of X. E. U of sec- 
tion •• S, Toji.u-".', Range J I, on the road 10 Lake 
.Johauuaii, about three miUs fr'»m ^t. Paul. 

Lu.|iiireof J. P. THOMPSt»N. 
At Nichols, D«an & Co. 
.lu'vil-dlm. ^^ 

U. S. 5-20 LOAN. 

^UBSCR1PTI0NS WILL BE RE- 
CEIVED FOR 

nriiiis Poi>ulcti* I..oan 

Until farth3r notice at our oflSce. 
THOMPSON RKO'.s, Bankers, Agts. 

|yr-«w 



II -C 111 



this country 



Of thom in 
in<i Europe. 

Tl eso are tie only machines miklne 

t^« Lock Stitch «vi !i till Rotating 
Hook. 

Are profitable avi<l available a life 
time. 

Kqiial to ten seamstresses. 

An annual dividend of loo to 500 
per cei.t, (oil ilieir co<t) mny bo obtained in 
use — by their possessor. 

The Class Cloth- Pressor, iso pcfpu 
lar.) can only be iiad with these Machine.*. 

r. m. sovf%no7(, v4«r^nf, 

jyI4 L'lVi Third Street, St. Taul. 

p0STER.& HARDENBURCtH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL MAKERS, 

!!•. 21V Montli ITiater M<r«>et, ClilcMC«, 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of 

^Xaoillo, Ac Tarr-ocl Rope, 
I>itcliinjBr I^opefii* 

Old Canvass, Oakum, Tar, Pilch, 

CHAINS, TACKLE B1X»CKS, TENT.', AWN- 
INGS. WAGON COVERS, COTTON 
AND RUSSIA DUCKS, 

Common and Patent Holat WfceyU, for build- 
ings, oonaianUy on hand. 

OKO. r. FOSTKR. a«»3-»y) C- *•• HARDKSBIROH . 



.luly «, 1S«VI. 

tterndon house. 

Corner of Third and Vermillion Struts. 

HASTINGS, - - - MINNESOTA, 
MT. E. mrivr. 

Late of the Merchautf' Hotel, at St. Paul, 

PROPRIETOR. 

t^ Passengers conveyed to and from the 
Boats free. jeiw-^tm 

/Curtice & halsted, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 
Real Estate A.fireiit«, 

Office in .Hacktibiti'x Block. Washington Street, 

hcticien nird and Fourth-fts., 
Will promptlv attend toanyrrofe^sional business 
entrusUHl to them. From a long rendenee her* 
and a thorough knowU-dge of the diUeient sur- 
vevs both in the Citv and eonntry. we have great 
facilities for executing our work with correctness 
and dispatch. Lan-' bonght aud sold. Collections 
made. Taxesi*idfor nou-residenlsat the lowest 

rates. , „ , , 

X.B.— Drawing Instrurientaand Paper for sale. 

D. L. Ol-RTICK. ap g'-'im JOHl> T . HALgTtNl>. 

-TiTs't" received. 

A NEW LOT or 

LINEX COATS, 

PLAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

.VND A FINE LOT OF FIGURFJ) 

3rARSEII-ES VESXS, 

AH of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDUCED PRICES. 

-W. H. TE3XM-E, 



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arccKssoR to 

Thompson, Whitney & Co. 

Manufacturer* and Jobber* of 

BOOTS and SHOES, 

46 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, ILL 
We aro now pecelvinR a larire stock of Good* 

FROM T"K 

BEST MANUFACTORIES IN THE EAST 

and with verj large addiUon to onr 
HOME-MAPK CUSTOM WORK 

We are prepared to offer to the C«^ntry Trad# 
tho best assortment of Boots and ShoM ia 

the citv. 

GILLETTE. WHITNKT It CO. 

r. O. Drawer lafwl. *^-*" - 

p A R P E T S . 

STRONG'S CARPET HALL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers* Block 

Wher<< will be found a large assortment of 

CarpetSiOil Cloths, Mattings, 

CURTAIN AND SHADE MATERIALS, 

MATTRK.SSE*, ri£*THKRS, WAUL PAPKR. *<"., *«*. 

New Goods constautly arriving and aoM •■ 

low a« th^ lowett. 
UPHOLSTERISO DOSK TO ORDKB, 

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SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME III. 



SA.INT I>j^IJL, TH1TRSDA.Y, JULY 16, 1863. 



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NUMBER 166. 



stamt's not yi't inaJe public, whicb made 
tliis slipping aw*v of Lee's army a matter 
iinpossil)!.- to prevent. The detailed ac- 
count of the late batlK'S at (iettysburg 

at - I seem to indicate that it was not altogether 

«ar iHisiMiper h«iia imrger Dafly, W- Weekly | ^^ j^pij^,! » victory as w«' supposed when 

we celebrated it. 



She J^aittt |?aul ^xm. 



Niaf f and rniled Mtutrs OfllciMlI*»p«r. 



litU W.-f-kl) circiiUtioiitliaii any other In MUnie 
ow, auJ lln;n>toiv presents ln«luc«>inont« to ad 
Terti*t'r» wtilcli lliey will not Hud elsewhtvr. 



SVINT rAUI.. TIIiniSDAY. JULY 16. 

Republican Union Convention, 
llu' Uepublii-atis imj.I all other uncomiitiou- 
)d fnion lui'ii ilin.u.-cliotU the Stat*' of Mimio- 
>.)ta, »h«» :itv eunu'«t and h«)iiest sui)ix>rteni ul' 
tho A.linini<tn«i"ii. lui.l who will stand by It 
without JViU- or favor in all its otrortn to crnsli 
lel'oili -n and maintain tlu'lnion.antl who ilc- 
Mrc to see no cossution of hosiilitit's until the 
jjlori )UsoMil.ifj of our rouniry shall wave over 
a nni.cd Koi>«l.li>-. "without a stripe entied or 
polluted, or a sin>:lo star ol)si-uvotl,"— and all, iu 
tino.whoare unfomproiniMii;;!/ hodiiletotrait- 
urs.vvlu'thcr opou, armed rclK-l> intht-SoUih.or 
co\>r: ailv.H'atos in the North of a damHj,'in>,' 
and Inimiliatini; iK-atv. will as^enlbl^• in t^>n- 
vcnttun at St. I'aul. at Inj;crsoll's Hall, on 
NVovhu'sday. Aut^nst li), 18(W, at 11 o'llook a. 
M.. for iho puriMiso of noniinaiin); candidates 
for thr follow in.i?otll<T.s ; 

(lovornor; 

l.it-utcnanr (Jt>vc>nHn-; 

•scorctarx of State; 

stat«> rr«' isurer ; 

At'urney (ieneral ; 

Auditor of State; 

Cle; k oi tlie Supreme t'onil. 

The dirterent eountics will 1)0 cutitlcd to he 
repiv>entod in the Convention by l)cloKale.s, 
wh ) are bona Mr re>idents of the eountie> from 
whieli thoy are aecretlited, as follows : 

•,' Mm-rUon 

•J Mowfi- 

1 Niei)ll«'l 

v; Olmsted 

:; I'iiie 

■J Kanisi'v s 

7 Kenville ' 

:: hli-e •> 

t Seotf •> 

V Sherborne I 

:i sihli'T •' 

s Stearii!* ■' 

1 Steele '- 

ti St. Louis 1 

.S \V«b;i!'haw ^_ 

4 Wiiionii •> 

1 Wast'CH -* 

1 Wright 1 

1 Wa^hingtKn 4 

Xt» Delci-'ates will )>e a.lmitted from unor- 
Kani/.ed or uninhabited e«ninties, not onumer- 
ateil alMjve. 

Kepublii-an (VnUal Cotn- 



Anoku 

Jt.'iit.n 

lUu.' VjLTtb 

Itl'llWU 

« aiMT 

«'ln.sdj{<> 

l>ukl>T)i 

l><ul)je 

h'urrihault 

Kilbiiore 

Kreebi)ru 

)l<Min<-|iin 

Isanti 

<i<ii>ill)iie 

lifiist.in 

I,i' Mieiir 

MeI.eiul 

M.'.-k.r 

Mille I/.IC 

l)elc;.'ates will 



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njirt.e. 



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UOHT. K. FISK. Ch'n. 
WIl.FOKl) I.. WILSON, 
ANimiAV NKSSKl,. 
I). HLAKKLY, 
I. n. (ill.FlLl.AN. 
UKNJ. F. SMI 111. 
Sr. Fail, July i^ 1S»13. 



THE ."VEW YORK RIOT. 

The teachings of Gov. Seymour and 
Fernando Wood have borne a niore pro- 
lific fruit, in New York, than did those 
of Vallandigham in Ohio. The error of 
President Lmcoln seems to have been, 
not that he did .irrest and expatriate Val- 
l.indi-;hani. but that he did not treat in 
the same way those who lave in like man- 
ner encouraged opposition to our Gov- 
ernment in New York. 

At the time ()f writing this, the mob 
seems to have full sweep throughout the 
city. The movement begun on the pre- 
tence of resisting the draft, has become a 
a mere riotous plundering of the stores 
and residences of wealthy citizens. Gov- 
ernor Seymour, finiling himself powerless 
to lay the devil he has raised, in abject 
terror begs the Administration to suspend 
the draft. If we may believe the tele- 
graph the Administration, in a like panic, 
suspends the drajl. 

Wii are reluctant to believe this. If 
Jt be so, we will still hope that it is only 
a mere temporary expedient, "a tub to 
the whale'' until a military force shall 
arrive syfTicient to subdue the riot now 
grown to such iumiense proportions. 

We hope to hear yet that Gen. Butler 
is assigned to command the district with 
sufBcient ndlitary force under his control, 
and that New York City is placed under 
martial law. Then let us hear no more 
of "blank cartridge" being fired by the 
soldiers. Grape and e.innister, ball and 
cartridge and coM steel are the tools to 
suppress a riot and scatter a mob. 

A oTcat (luestion is to be settled there 
and now : a rpieslion greater even than 
that which the rebellion brought up. By 
the rebellion, whole states claimed to cut 
loose from the Union and could at least 
put forth the specious claim that they only 
asked the right of self-government. But 
this riot presents the question whether 
any government shall be allowed. The 
alternative presented, if we fail to enforce 
the laws, is pure anarchy ;-5-unbridled 

license. 

Let the authorities show themselves 
equal to the occasion. If they succumb 
to the mob one hair's breadth, if they fail 
to suppress this riot at once and thorough- 
ly. an<l to bring the rioters to condign 
punishment, they will be handed down to 

infamy. 

» t ♦ » ♦ — 

I.EE'A EMCAPK. 

Our readers, in common with the whole 
North, will read with intense chagrin the 
statement that Lee's whole army (save 
only a brigade of the rear guard) has 
escaped with all its plunder across the 
Potomac, and is now, doubtless, *• on its 
winding way" back to Richmond. 

The map would seem to give us hopes 
that Meade might yet cross the Potomac 
at Harper's Ferry and intercept the rebel 
arniy at or near Winchcstep; but the 
management that let him cross a broad 
river with all his immense trains of food, 
anununition and plund«;r, will not be like- 
ly to do much in the way of intercepting 
the rebel armv in the Shenandoah Valley. 



It is no trifle to capture an army of 
GO.IKH) or T.O.OOO veterans, especially un- 
der so able a connnander a:i General Lee. 
and our army may not have been so 
much superior in number to Lee's as we 
ha> e supposed. But allowing for all po'*- 
sibilities it looks very much »s if Lee has 
too much brains for any General we have 
yet opposed to him. 

IH>RT ULUMOX. 

The last rebel stronghold o#the Mis- 
sissippi has fallen. Four days after the 
fall of Vicksburg, Port Hudson surren 
dered unconditionally to Geu. Banks, 
and the river which was virtuall]/ open on 
the Fourth is now artuaUy free. 

We Imd supposed the garrison number- 
ed some twelve thousand but do not feel 
disposed to complain if the sum total 
foots up but seven thousand. In con- 
nection with the heavy losses recently 
sustained, that number will be seriously 
felt by rebeldora. 

On. Giant's forces will not now be 
necessary in that tlirection, but can unite 
with Banks lor operations elsewhere. 
Mobile will shortly be in our possession, 
and every energy should be made use of 
to capture it before the famous reb« I 
iron-clads that have for months been in 
process of construction there, are com- 
pleted. 

Gen. (iranl having succeeded in stnk- 
iii.r a death-blow, will not fail to make 
the most of advantages gained, and im- 
portant news from his department can be 
e.xpectetl. 

THE rOOTIXUS. 

Th«tsc who feel disposed to complain 
because Lee has succeeded in escaping, 
may be able to deri>e some comfort from 
the inspection of the following list of caj*- 
turcs : 

Bv Gen. Meade at fiettyshurp - - 12,000 

' " «' " Falling Waters - 2,000 

" Grant at Vicksbnr;? - - 31,277 

Shernnui fiom Johnston - 2,000 

" Ifoseerans from IJra^rK - - ^,000 

Biuikn at Port liudnou - 7,000 

Totnl - - - 58,277 



Battle of Gettysbure. 



COMPLETE LIST OP THE CAS- 
UALTIES IN THE FIBST 
MINNESOTA. 



LATEST NEWS, 

portThudson 



In the absence of an oflicial statement, 
we have taken one of the lowest estimates 
made of the (;ettysburg prisoners, and 
should not be surprised if the actual fig- 
gurcs should increase ours several 
thousand. Be that as it may 
to weaken the rebel army 

by sixty thousand actual prisoners, to say 
nothing of the killed and the weakness 
produced by demoralization, is a rather 
substautial achievement to be accomplish- 
ed in a fortnigijt. 



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The Indians In and Around 
Pairhaven. 



They Rld« THrou^fc «*•" »tr**«» 
AttMnpt to Mceal ll«rs«a. 



■ad 



We ar« indelted to Mr. N. H. Spauld- 
ing, a former member of Company D., 
First Minnesota, for the following com- 
plete list of the casualties in that regiment 
during the recent battles in Pennsylvania. 
This is the first full list that has been 
published, and our readers as well as our- 
selves will feel obliged to Mr. Spaulding 
for so promptly forwarding it : 

Colonel William Col vllle, wounded in shoul- 
der ami foot. 

Lieutenant Colom-l Charles P. .\daras, left 
luuK nnd leg (since died.) 

.MiVJor Miuk W. Downic, arm and foot. 

.\djutaut J. I'eller, left ann broken. 

COMPA.VY A. 

Killed— CornonxU J. .\dlcr, J. Keys; Pri- 
vates B. SjmiUrs, J. Shoemaker, J. Wilson, 
W. Wagner, W. F. Millar, John Hanscr. 

iro«»«/ed— Sergeants C. Stein, thi;»h ; H. C. 
Wri>;ht, hcail ; F. Hauser, log; W. H. H. 
Doolev, wTist. Corporals S. Lyrtu thigh; Pe- 
ter >farks, ankle; John Dane, hand; Tin» 
Crowlev, leg. Privates F. Olftve, knee; If. 
Nichol.'thigh ; S. Pitkins, leg; Hans Simonson, 
leg; Dan Farijuar, leg; Charles .Miller, leg; 
L. A. Adams, hand ; R. L. Mowry, side ; C. 
Brant, knee ; J.Thieni, him ; C. S. Drake, arm ; 
F. (Jeiser, side ; John Fiu-iiuar, thigh ; J. Mac- 
Williams, ankle. 

cosir.vsv B. 

AV/W— Sergeant F. Nickcrson ; Privates .\. 
KiK'uig, A. P.(iuist, N. T. Hates. 

iVviiuded—lAcux. 'V. Sinclair, l)rea«t; Lieut. 
Wni. Mav, leg; Sergeants 1). Lard, shoulder; 
J. 1). Densniore, mortally; F. Kronse. arm ; 
0»o. Oliver, breast, slight; .\. Mart/., thigh; 
Ed. Wells, leg. lYivates Oeo. AnioM, leg and 
shoul.ler; W. H. Auckcr, hip; K. G. Blaneh- 
ju-d, side; .\. ("aplai/.er, thigh; H. Carri piet, 
thigh; M. W. Khrhirdt, leg; P. Querson, jaw 
l»n>ken; C. H. (Jrove, spine and shoulder; ('. 
ilamnier, fare and hcml; M. J. Henry, back ; 
D. Johnson, knee; F. Martz, hand ; K. Hy- 
steadt, thigh; J. P. SehaenlRM-k, thigh and 
hand ; A. Sell>ort, head and leg; Olc Thonii>- 
son, leg; J. A. Farmer, leg and head. 

1 HMr.VNY c. 

A'/7W— Captain W. B. Farrcll, Sergeant W. 
LuiTvUi. 

H'ou»»rf<!»/— Lieut. C. 11. Mason, hand. Ser- 
geants H. H. Howard, anu; .V.S. Craig, thigh, 
ConH>ral G. S(iuires, arm. Privates A. Gris- 
wold, hea.1. mortallv ; J. Kllsworth, leg bro- 
ken ; M. All)erton, thigh; T. Cl:uney, right 
shoulder; W. IL Ba.ssctt, ann and thigh. 

tOMl'ANV I). 

AV/W— Privates C. K. Baker, James Prime, 
A. V. Hadv. 

I Tom w/«/— Color Sergeant C. F. Perkins, 
thigh ; ('on»«>rals J. Bryant, thi.uh. G. (irand\ , 
breast, T. B. MasM»n', wrist. James Smith, 
Kide. I'rivates J. W. Conch, ann; W. U. Al- 
len, aMomen; D. Sullivan, fiK»t; G. W. Bait- 
U'tt, tlugh; W. C. Smith, shoulder; A. A. 
Coppinger, hand and foot; A. E. Mow-e, hip; 
C. H. Uivers. rive wounds in side; B. F. 
Xoell, leg; (i. W. Green, shoulder and arm; 
L. B. Gear, ^ide, breast and baud. 

COMPANV E. 

K*(7A</— Captain Louis Mullcr; Strgeant J. 
G.Trevor; I'rivates J. M. Davis, N. Fowler, 
J. Jackins, J. L. Taylor. 

H'oMn//«/— Lieutenant D. B. Dcmarcst, hip. 
Sergeant L. B. Stdes. arm. Corporals H. ('. 
Brad lev, ankle; M.F.Taylor, brea.-.t ; J. .M<; 
Kenzie, leg; H. D. O'Brien, baud. IVivates 
G. N. .\dams, shoulder; A. O. Berry, leg; C. 
\. Bcrrv, leg ; J. CuiTv. arm ; H. Drake, fo i)t ; 
U. Fisher, foot; J. U. Hill, »»oth legs; W. W. 
Holden, side and leg; E. Jcflerson, leg and 
foot ; W . H. IjwM-e, breast ; A. C. Stiles, head ; 
E. Weaver, neck ; P. Wclin. leg broken; V. 
Weddelstadt, foot; D. H. Wait, leg. 
COMrANT r. 

A'i7/«/!— vSergeant P. Hamlin, Cori>oral L. J. 
Siiuires. 

H'oj.Hrffrf— Corporal W. .\bbott, arm; Pri- 
vates J. T. Bntehelor, foot ; A. L. M. Becker, 
knee; U. E. Jacobs, shoulder; Levi King, jaw 
broken; C. Hnbbs, wrist; H. Bertram, back ; 
W. C. Little, leg; C. L. Hubbs, arm and leg. 
COMPANY o. 

/Ti/W— Captain N. S. Mcssiek; Corporals 
G. P. Sawyer, J. E. StroUman; Private J. 
Sisselcr. 

iro»mrf«^— Lieutenant J. DeGray, head; 
Coti>orals A. Jones, head; A. L. Dunham, 
thigh; I'rivates A. Annon, shoulder; J. 
Mosher. thigh and wrist; G. S. Barton, breast 
and wrist; J. Koher, hand; C. Boudurant, 
thigh; J. Famsworth, thigh; John Get.«ikin, 



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rOOO I>«.IS01VERS 



35 Field Plece§, 26 Siege Cuns 
and 10,000 Small krm^i, 

THE NEW ¥ORK RIOT SUB- 
SIDING. 



Oov. Soymour Issues 
o, I^r'oclaiiia.tioii. 



square. In front •f the Times office is a 
small cannon which fires twe ve balls at a 
discharge. 

The mob this P. M. got as far down as 
Fulton Ferry, visiting many vessels, com- 
I>elling men aboard to joia them, and 
stealing what they wanted. 

A full force of employees is at the New 



men, women and cl^ildren ran howling 
through the streets in the most frantic 
manner. 

The rioters were then dispersed and 
the police held ttie building. 

Yesterday morning the mob gutted the 
house of CuL O'Brien of the. New York 
volunteers, who tendered his services to 



York post office to-night with arms and I suppress the riot. A force of SOO police 

men here charged on the mob and drure 
the rioters into bouses, the officers cbas- 
ing them all over buildings and felling 



HORRIBLE MURDER AND 

MUTILATION OF COL. 

O'BRIEN. 

THE TRIBUNE AND TIMES 
OFFICES BARRICADED. 



I^ee Has Crossed the 
F*otoiiiac. 

2,000 or HIS REAR GUARD 
CAPTURED. 

ATTACK ON CHARLES- 
TON COMMENCED. 

IVIOIMMS I«L^1V» 



two cannon. 

The lurious crowd this afternoon was 
incited by scoundrels stating that Massa- 
chusetts soldiers had fired upon them. 
Howls of defiance were uttered. Noth- 
ing further was attempted. 

At the New England Rooms to night 
a sqtud of convalescents organized and 
proceeded, fully armed, to the residence 
of Col. Howe, in Lexington Avenue, to 
protect it, if needed, from the mob. 

Nbw York, July 14— Evenixo. 

The 7th, btb and Tlst llegiments now 
at the Seat of War, it is understood have 
been sent lor, and the 7th is expected 

to-uight. ^ . ,, 

^ New Yobk, July 14. 

It is understood that Mayor Opd)ke 
has given all necessary power to act in 
the city to Gov. Seymour. 

TUB W^AR Oir THE POTOXACi 

llaADatTAKTEBS ARMT PoTOUAC, ) 

July 14. ) 
Lee's army withdrew from its position 
around Will'iamsport yesterday and last 
night, and recrossed the Potomac by a 
pontoon bridge at Fallmg Waters, and 
flat boats at the Williamsport Ferry. A 
portion of Gen. Pleasanton's cavalry en- 
tered Williamsport this morning, and 
captured many prisoners. 

I^ee had previously sent over all his 
plunder and guns. 

Our columns were in motion at an early 
hour, but found the entrenchments vaca- 
ted. 

Washinuto.n, July 14. 

The following dispatch has just been 
received • 

HKADQr.vKTKns Army ok Potomac, ? 
July 14—3 p. M. S 

To W. II. Hallcck, Gcncral-in-Chicf : 

My cavalry now occupy Falling Waters , 
having overtaken and captured a brigade 
of intantrv, l,5tK) strong, two guns, two 
missons, 'two battle flags, and a large 
number of small arms. 
The enetnv is all across the Potomac. 
[Signed] ' O. G. MEADE, 

Msyor General. 

Hv-viMit AitTERS Army of Potomac, ) 
Jnly 14, 8 i'. m. S 

To H. W. Hallcck, Washington : 

My cavalry have captured /iOO ptison- 
crs additional to those previously reported. 
General Pettigrew, of the Confederate 
armv, was killed this morning on the 
attack on the enemy's rear guard. His 
bodv is in our hands. 
(Signed) GEORGE G. MEADE. 

Major General. 



them with their clubs 

A detachment of the 11th Regiment 
reached the scene and aided iu disporsiog 
the mob. 

Col. O'-Brien who went forward near 
the crowd was set upon and beaten to 
death almost instantly. The crowd after- 
wards amused thvuiselves by firing at his 
head as he lay on the sidewalk and after- 
wards hung him to a lamp post. He was 
then tuhen down and thrown into the 
street where he remained up to 8 o'clock 
last evening. 

Gov. Seymour addressed the crowd from 
the City Hall, imploring them to r.ifrain 
from violence,, and he would see their 
rights were protected. He was their 
friend and there was no occasion for re- 
sistance, for the draft had not been en- 
forced. If they would disperse he would 
promise that no injustice should be done 
in the matter of Conscription, and the 
rights of themselves and families should 
be fully proiected ; he had sent his Adju- 
tant General to Washington Saturday to 
ask the Government to stop the drafl. 

All jewelers and money brokers were 
closed ; also the custom house and assay 
offices 



Produce Exchange threatening the det- 
truction of that tine building. 



TBE 



mt 



•iriiBBMDKR or 
ui:i>»oar. 

C.vnto, July 16. 

An arrival from Vicksburg, Satordaj 
evening, brings Col. John Biggin, of Geo. 
Grant's staff, bearer of dispatches to tlie 
Government. The news is highly mr 
pcrtant : 

Port Hudson surrendered uncondition- 
ally on the 8tb. and Gen. Banks took 
possession on the 9th. 

He captured the entire garrison, about 
seven thousand men, thirty-five field 
pieces, twenty-five siege guns and about 
ten thousand stand of small arms. 

We have Major Greneral Gftrdner, 
Brigadier (ienerai Beade and ColoneUt 
Steadman, Miller, Smith and one or two 
others whose nams^s are not known. 

At latest acc*ounts, Sherman was still 
pursuing Johnston, but that sagacious 
rebel had kept out of his way. 

»ORE CAPTITREH BY PIRATE*. 

New York, July 16. 
The brig Henrietta has arriv*^ with the 
crews of the ships B. F. Hoxie. Southern 
Cross and Red Gauntlet, burned by the 
pirate Florida. 

MIDNIGHT REPORT. 



THE 



RIOT KM HEW YORK. 

New York, July 15, 3 r. u. 
The Mayor has issued a proclamation 
announcing that the riot had subsided ; 
The mob fired the ferry house at the I t^at the remnants of the mob now only 



60,000 STiND or ARMS AND 

TWO HUNDRED CANNON 

AT VIC&SBIRC^. 



foot of 42d street, 

Early in the morning the rioters assem- 
bled on 5th street at the Mayor's bouse, 
and broke the plate glass windows. 

Col. Mannier a'ld a few friends with 
clubs ai\d revolvers, checked them, until 
they were relieved by the police and 
United States soldiers. 

The mob made an assault on negro 
dwellings in 3oth street, but fortunately 
the occupants had been taken for safety 
to the station house. The crowd then 
made a charge on the station house, but 
were repulsed and finally dispersed by the 
military. 



THE 



PORT 



•uRREivnER or 

HUJDSOlf. 

"WashinotoSt July 14. 
The Richmond Enquirer of to-day has 
a dispatch dated Mobile June 13 to Gen. 
Cooper, stating the New Orleans Era of 
the 10th, announces the unconditional 
surrender of Port Hudson at 7 o'clock on 
the 9th. 



ERon: 



Adjutant Gen. Malmros has received a 
letter from Mr. A. W. Tucker, dated at 
Fairhav.n, Jnly 11. The letter states 

th.it on the preceding Thursday, about 1 thigh iw.lJro^Ti leg; J. II. Kearney, 1.^^ 
,,' , ,,.,. /. ^u * » W. S.UeiMl,sh»>nldcr; A. W.Lnist, shoulder; 
midnisiht, Mr. h. >V hitney of that town j ^^r cohj.,,^ \c.^. s. Seilly, jMvck ; o 

was awakened by the barking of dogs and 
proceeded to the window where ho dis- 
covered plainly two men, supposed to be 
Indians, at his stable door and just in the 
act of opening it. He immediatel) 
caught his gun and was ready to fire when 
Ins wife cau.e into the room with a light 
and spoiled his fun. The Indians had 
succeeded in openmg the stable door and 
in a few minutes more would have carried 
awav an excellent st an of horses. 

About eleven on the following evening 
two men rode through the town st a tre- 
mendous rate of speed and an inquiry 
developing the fact that no one in that 
vicinity was out at that hour, suspicion 
was aroused that the rapid troopers were 
Indians. The next evening the ride was 
repeated between eight and and nine 
o'clock, and an immediate though unsuc- 
cessful pursuit proved the correctness of 
the previous suspicion. Another Indian 
was seen skulking in the bushes during 
the chase and was fired at but darkness 
prevented an effective shot. 

The citizens of Fair Haven have erect- 
ed a stockade and established a guard to 
patrol during the night, and by this means 
hope to be prepared for the savages if 
they should attempt any more in'miate 
acquaintanc". 



The Draft Pxogressing Quietly 

in Massachusetts, Connecticut 

and Philadelphia. 

MORNING REPORT. 



McGce, 
breast; J. Gooilrich, leg; G. Hopkins, wrist. 
company h. 
A'tVfc-rf— Sergeants J. Akers and "W. H. Wy- 
kort"; Corporal J. P. Esscncy. 

iroMwif-rf— Sergeant Fred. Diehr, l)Oth sides. 
Privates J. Klcnscr, hrca.st ; K. Draudt, head ; 
R. Hess, face; J. Docker, arm ; T. Galvin, 
arm ; J. W. Bratlburj-, shoulder. 
company I. 

Kj7/frf— LkuUnant W. Farrar ; Sergeant C. 
Woodward ; IMvaics C. P. Ellis, 11. Wcldi, 
J. Frv. 

jroMw//<rf— Lieutenant G. Boyd, jr., Icp. 
Scrpeant O. M. Knight, arm. Corporals \V, K. 
llichardt, leg; A. J. Koc, kg; E. Miller, leg; 
O. A. Milliken, foot amputated; A. Haydcu, 
hand; W. Wcllinan, leg; H. lAWSon, hand ; 
Win. Peck, leg. Privates Ed. Paul, foot am- 
putated; H. Ab»)Ott, leg; J. Dunne van, wrist; 
J. Frecse, foot; W. HowcU, hand; E. P. 
Hale, hip and leg; IJ. Jackson, leg; C. Mason, 
leg; B. Philbrook, thigh; H. Wldgcr, hip; D. 
Weaver, leg. 

COMPANY K. 

A'i7W— Corporals R. Wright, L, P. Gove ; 
Privates 1). Taylor, A. Smith, H. C. Winter, J. 
Oeistcr, P. Vafv, J- Diohr. 

Wounded— Ck\>tm\ J. Poriam, head and face, 
severelv. Scrgi-ants M. Marvin, foot; A. P. 
Carpenter, foot. Corporals J. Enfclett. shoul- 
der ; T. Rilev. thigh and calf. Privates C. E. 
Ooddard, thigh and shoulder; C. Ely, abdo- 
men; J. S. Eaton, thigh; L. Hanson, calf; C. 
Behr, breast and head ; S. S. Tcnny, leg ; C. 
a. Uurfee, leg; W. H. Hinyon, slightly. 

COMPANY' I.. 

A'i7/«i— Private Sylvester Brown. 
Wmmded—Vhyatci* Osias Baker, thigh ; W. 
M. Coleman, slight. 
Mustered for duty 
Killed 
Wounded 
Minting - 



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325 
47 
121 
90—^38 



Fkei». Grcenleaf, son of Simon Green- 
leaf, Ks<i., of Shakopee, has been ap- 
pointed a cadet in the U. S. Navy, and 
ordered for examination to the Naval 
Academy, R. I. 

Skxator Wilkinson and W. S. King 
left Washington for Gettysburg last week 
Wednesday, to sec that th«( Minnesota 

wounded were properly cared for. 
-»■».♦ — 
A W.isiiiNOTOX special states that Col. 
Colville refused to be removed from Get- 
tvsburji, where he lies wounded, because 

his men eannot he removed with him. 

♦ » ♦ » » 

TiiK latest reports from Gen. Sickles 

state tliat he is out of danger. 

- — » « ♦ « ♦ 



We are prepared to hear n«*xt that the 

Army of the Potomac is again massed the battle at Gettysburg 

around Washington, to prevent the ne- alive at last accounts. 



— It appears that General Paul was 
not killed, but dangerously wounded, in 

He was still 



»;cssity of Mr. Seward's carrying out his 



— The I^avenworth Times ol the 2d 



threat of being buried under the ruins of says : "It was currently reported in the 
that citv. ' city yesterday that (Jeneral Blunt is un- 

Yot,^ it may be, that there arc circum- ' der arrest and ordered to Washington." 



87 
The First Minnesota regiment was 
mustered into the service April -'l», 1861. 
It then numbered 1.042. Since then it 
has received over 700 recruits, making 
1,8X) men all told. It went into battle 
at Gettysburg 325 strong, and lost (be- 
sides 70 yet migsing) in killed and 
wonndtrd, l*'A men. 

The regiment has participated in the 
following battles (besnles several skir- 
mishes of lesser note) : Hull Kun, first. 
Hall's Hlulf, Yorktown, West I'oint, Fair 
Oaks, Peach ( )rchard. Savage's Station, 
Allen's Farm, White Oak Swamp, White 
Oak llridgc. Nelson's Farm, (llendale, 
Malvern, South Mountain, Sharpsburg, 
Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chuncellors- 
ville, and Gettvsburg. 

Colonels— \^. A. Gorman. Brigadier 
General ; N. J. T. Dana, Major (iene- 
rai ; Alfred Sully, Brigadier General ; G. 
A. Morgan, Invalid corps; William Col- 
ville, present Colonel. 

» •♦ « ♦ 

— L. L. Crounse, the correspondent oj 
the New York Times, whose \^Ty able 
letters concerning the operations of the 
Army of the Potomac we so frequently 
publish, had a horse killed under him at 
the battle of Gettysburg. 



TUB RIOT XX nMW YO 

Nbw Yohk, Jnly 14. 
Governor Seymour has issued a proc- 
lamation, stating that the riotous demon- 
stration originating in opposition to the 
conscription has swelled to vast propor- 
tions. 

He says he knows many would not 
have gone to suA extremes unless they 
were apprehensive of injustice, but re- 
minds them that the only opposition which 
can be allowed is an appeal to the courts, 
and the right to appeal will be main- 
tained, and the decision of the courts 
must be respected. 

Kiotous proceedings must and shall be 
put down. The laws of the State must 
be enforced. Peace and order must be 
maintained, and lives and property pro- 
tected. 

He then calls on the rioters to disperse, 
declaring he will use all necessary power 
to restore order. 

Numbers of wild reports and rumors 
are flying about the city, many of which 
are exaggerations. The facts alone are 
bad enough. 

In Yorkville and Harlem the rioters 
are demolishing houses, etc. Arms have 
been removed from threatened places to 
safe localities. 

Provost Marshall Nugent has been no- 
tified from Washington to suspend the 
draa. 

All communication telegraphically east 
and west Ims been suspended, the mob 
having torn down the wires in all places 
as far as Willoughby driving the tele- 
graphers off, and, threatening their lives. 
The operators on the eastern lines were 
located all last night, and up to 9 o'clock 
this morning in a car, two miles from 
Harlem on the track. The mob discov- 
ered them and drove them off. 

The Mayor has prohibited the sale of 
fire-arms, and all such stores are closed. 
The day, so far, has been a horrible 
one. 

There was a fearful riot in the Second 
Avenue this p. M., in which the military 
charged and fired several times on the 
mob Jcilling 15 and wounding many more. 
Col. O'Brien was captured by the fiends 
and beaten to a jelly, and then hanged to 
a lamp-post on the comer of Thirty - 
fourth street and Second Avenue. 

A building filled with rioters was sur- 
rounded by the police and only one door 
was left for exit. Every rioter as ho ap- 
ared at the door was beaten to the 



«ORRK« l«I<AarO CAPTURED. 

Fort Monkoe, July 14. 

Fort Powhattan, on James River, was 
taken possession of by our Heet yester- 
day. All the men and guns had been re- 
moved. 

The gunboat Union just arrived from 
Charleston, bound to New York, reports 
all of Morris Island captured, except 
Fort Wayne. 

The enemy's loss in killed wound- 
ed and prisoners is between «cven and 
e'ght hundred 

The attack commenced last Friday a. m. 
The Union left Monday p. m., at which 
time the siege of Fort Wayne was pro- 
gressing with every prospect of a speedy 
capture. 

Five Monitors were engaged. 

XHE VXCKSBURO SPOII^S. 

"Washington, July 14. 

Advices from Vicksburg to the evening 
of the 8th, state tha- 27,000 rebel soldiers 
had been paroled up to that time. 

60,000 stand of small arms had been 
found, mainly in good condition, and 
more were continually being discovered. 
They were concealed in caves as well as 
in all sorts of buildings. 

The siege and sea coast guns found ex- 
ceed sixty, and the whole captured ar- 
tillery is above 200 pieces. The stores 
o/ rebel ammunition, also proves surpris- 
ingly heavy. The stock of army cloth- 
ing is olBcially invoiced at five million 
dtdlars Confederate prices. Sixty thou- 
sand pounds of ba::on was found in one 
place. 



%'mCHIiBi:R«. 

Memphis, July 12. 

Reports from the army at Vicksburg 
are all favorable. Sherman is pursuing 
Johnston, with every prospect of destroy- 
ing his entire army. 

News of the fall of Port Hudson is 
hourly expected. 

General Dodge, at Corinth, reports 
that he has routed the rebel force, under 
Forest and Biffles, that have been scour- 
ing the country north of his lines, killing, 
wounding and cuptunng quite a number. 

Hurlbut's cavalr)' and scouts report 
Col. Blith with 1>00 men and four pieces 
of artillery at Coldwater Station, and Gen. 
Chalmers at Panola. 

A letter received at Hernando from 
Chalmers state that Johnston has been 
fighting near Jackson and was fallmg 
back. 

Richardson is still m the country north 
of this enforcing the conscription. 

Dodge will soon attend to him. 

VAI^IiAlf DX«UAM lar CAXARA. 

Buffalo, July 15. 
Vallandigham arrived at the Clifton 
House, Canada, at 4 o'clock this mom- 



EVENING REPORT. 



THE RIOT 



nORCASI'tt mOVE.WEMTS. 

Cincinnati, July 15. 

Morgan reached Georgetown at iniil- 
night. He is pretty well hemmed in, and 
his chances for escape very slim. 

Gunboats and large forces went up the 
river yesterday to dispute his crossing. 
The Ohio river is too high to ford. 

FROM CHITf A AXD JAPAST. 

San Fh-vxcisco, July 11. 

From Shanghae to the 22d of May, the 
following is reported : 

Major Gordon was at Hong Kong with 
Ward's forces. No aggressive move- 
ment appeared. 

The British troops at Shanghae were 
about to depart for Japan. 

News from Nogashaki, Japan, to the 
14th of May has been received. A force 
had been collected in its vicinity. It was 
feared that the foreign settlements would 
be attacked. Business is suspended, and 
foreign merchants are settling up ac- 
counts. 



AFTERNOON REPORT. 



pe 

ground by the police. 

The mob was also beaten by the police 
headed by the Regulars in Fifth Avenue, 
between 47th and 4«th streets. 

A heavy riot is also going on in 10th 

Avenue. 

New York, July 14. 

The Tribune and Times offices are bar- 
ricaded to-night with bundles of printing 

pa]>er. 

A heavy force of police is about there 
and on the side walk of Printing House 



THE :VEir YORK RIOT. 

Nkw York, July 15. 
The mob reign is not yet ceased, al- 
though to-day will probably witness its 

end. 

There is not a doubt that a vastly larg- 
er number were engaged in it yesterday 
than on Monday. All large manufacto- 
ries have closed labor, and dock and ship 
yards have suspended. 

The object of the rioters yesterday was 
unquestionably to plunder. 

At noon yesterday the rioters turned 
out 5,000 strong, and atUcked the Union 
Steam works on the corner of 22d street 
and 2d Avenue. At two o'clock 800 po- 
lice arrived. 

The rioters were in possession of the 
building, but finding escape impossible, 
they made an assault on the police, who 
shot five of the mob. About twenty re- 
mained in the building. 

The rioters becoming desperate again 
assaulted the police, who killed fourteen 
of the ruffians. 

Four were killed and a number injured 
by jumping from the second story win- 
dows. 
As the dead were borne from the scene. 



MH IVEir YORK. 

New York, July 15. 

The rioters last night visited several 
houses of ill-fame in Greenwich street, 
burred one, killed one man and gutted a 
portion of another house. The police 
did all in their power, and finally drove 
off the ruffians. 

This morning a small row occurred in 
Cedar street, contiguous to the above lo- 
cality, but the police dispersed the ruf- 
fians. 

Quite a serious riot occurred on Staten 
Island last night, hunting negroes but 
really bent on plunder. Several houses 
of negroes were burnt, their occupants 
fleeing to the woods. Six negroes were 
killed. Vanous persons w«re notified 
th*t their houses would be burnt. 

The railroad depot at V an derbu ill's 
landing was burnt. Drinking shops were 
gutted and a perfect reign of terror pre- 
vailed. 

No private dwellings were destroyed, 
although threats were made against the 
merchants. They are organizing and 
forming a patrol force. 

A detachment of the 8th regular infan- 
try and two howitzers have been sent 

down. . 

It is reported that there was consider- 
able disturbance ill Brooklyn. 

One negro house mi Columbia street 
was destroyed and a few small houses in 
Pillory were i)illaged. The negroes were 
horribly maltreated. 

It was reported this morning that both 
grape and cannister were freely used last 
nifht up town against the rioters. There 
were several fires during the night in va- 
rious parts of the city. 

An attack was made on some residences 
in Grammarcy Park, including the house 
of l.^udley Field, from which place a vol- 
ley of musketry was poured into the vil- 
lians, scattering them. 

Quite a number of troops are arriving 
and some batteries of artillery have 
reached the city. 

It is the general impression that at this 
hour, twelve noon, Wednesday, the worst 
is over, the mob fearing the arrival ol 
troops from the South. 

Lart:e numbers of families have remov- 
ed from the city, and the exodus contin- 
ues. Telegraphic communications east 
is not resumed. 

Two hotels in Courtland street were 
somewhat damaged, especially the bars. 
Nuw York, July 15.— 12 p. v. 

Hudson river i^ailroad trains, come 
only to Yonkers to-dav, the track being 
torn up this side I'he inhabitants of 
Yonkers have organized to protect them- 
selves, and two companies were guarvling 
the arsenal at Tarry town. The people 
have aiflo organised. 

New York, July 15. 
I^OON — A groat crowd is around the | 



8eek plunder, and calls upon the citizens 
to form patrols, and that all lines of om- 
nibusies, railways and telegraph must 
be put in full operation immeidiatelv. and 
fully protected by the miliUry . The law* 
must and shall be obeyed, and the offend- 
ers pursued and punished. 

A dispatch from the Secretary of War 
to Mayor Opdyke, says five New York 
regiments have been ordered home. 

THE ITAR 0!r THE POTOMAC. 

New York, July 15. 

The Secretary of War telegraphs that 
the route of Lee is attended with great 
erloss to the rebels than at first supposed. 
Also confirms good news from Charles- 
ton. 

BALxmoRE, July 11. 

The American of this city lias the fol- 
lowing special : 

Willi \Ji9PORT, July 14. 

I telegraphed you from Boonesboro 
this morning that Lee was retreating and 
would probably escape across the river. 

Our army was under orders to move 
at daylight this morning, and it moved 
only to find no enemy in the neighbor- 
hood. I followed the advance down to 
this place, and a better cleaning out than 
the rebels have made could not be done. 

The rebels commenced their retreat 
yesterday morning. Their »nlantry crossed 
principally upon a pontoon bridge at 
Falling Waters. Their wagons and artill- 
ery crossed at the fords here. The river 
is not as high as reported. 

The people at Williamsport say that 
the rebels expected an attack yesterday. 

The rebel fortifications were nothing 
more than temporary barracks. 

It is reported that some 2,000 prison- 
ers have been taken. ^ 

MOROAX xovxaro. 

CiNCiN-SATi, July 15. 

The city is to be released from martial 
law to-morrow. 

Morgan this afternoon was within 12 
miles of Hillsboro, Highland county, and 
is supposed to be moving east. 

DRATT MSI PUKm.ADBJLPMMA. 

Philadelphia, July 15. 
The draft commenced to-dav in tb« 
14th ward, the 4th Congressional district, 
and is progressing quietly and satisfac- 
torily. 



DRAFT I.f 

»CTr«. 



MABSACHr* 



Sprinofikld, Jnly 15. 

The draft commenced in the 1st Dis- 
trict to-day. Everything passed off quiet- 
ly. The quota often towns were drawn. 

The drafting in this city will prob- 
ably commence on Friday. 



THE 



DRAFT XX COSfMECTlCinr. 

New Haven, July 15. 
Drafting for the first ward of this city 
took place to-day at the State House. 
212 men were dra»te<l. among whom were 
tliree professors of Yale College and 
some 90 students. The selected men 
took their tickets in good humor. 



Am Xaip*r«»a* Or4*r ky S^tt- D*vta. 

A correspondent of the New York 
Express, writing from New Orleans un- 
der date of the 23d says : 

It is currently reported npon reliable ««- 
thoriiv, that eleven ol the l^iie pilow sud- 
denly" left, a d.iv or two since, and sailed in 
the direction of Mobile. This would indicate 
one of two things— f-ithcr they feared tKing 
implicated in the capture of the towlXMU Bos- 
ton, of which I understand they were su*. 
pcctcd — or they were wanted by the Contod- 
irate authorities. In connection with this I 
undersund that JctT. Davis has ordered all 
sailors in the Confederacy to report immedi- 
ately at Mobile for dut>-. This would indi- 
cate that the Mobile fleet of gunboau and iron 
claiLs were t«ady to commence offensive oper- 
jitions. If this be the case, you may expect 
to hear of the blot kade of the mouth of the 
Mississippi at an early day. I have heard so 
much of the Mobile licet that I had begun to 
conclude that it oulv existed iu inuMpnation. 
But having seen p.arties who were enpiged in 
buildin? those ranch talked of rams and iron 
clads, and learned the difficulty under which 
thcv were built, the delay in their construc- 
tion i- rt»a<lily accounted for. 



M:-A.ItRIKI>. 

In Grand Capidf , Michigan, at the rMid«BM of 
thi» bride's mother, on the 3d inU.. by Ker.C»art- 
ney Smith. Rev. \VM. >V. M ACOXBER. of Wo»t- 
flold, N. Y.. «nd MiM VIRXA L. BATK8, ft St, 
Anthony, mUslonariei to Ne<-ada Territory. 

♦ « o ■ ♦ 

DIKD. 

Oa Wednp«d»y, th« iftth l««t., !• thl« dty^ 



THKOlK»KK K., only child of Joseph A. 
Kate K. Wheelock, aged nearly ieTenteen moniha. 
Funeral this aftermwa at 4 o'dook, ftx»m tho 
residence of hl« parents, oaSt. Prter^t. *>*•■<!• 
of the family arc Invited to attend. 



TJ^OK KENT. 

I'he two story ftaiao baiMiag at tlMwwtM*! 
of ttt. Bridge. To a good »"|»»5j ««• »Sr "^ 
be low enough to equaliM «!>« |^{JC *•**• *■' 

'"/ru'"' ThlrisJ^TSSThorO. 



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I 



THE gAENT PAin. PRESS, TTIUKSD^Y, J GI^T 10, 1863. 




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BH 



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i-l BLIHIIKP UAILY, TKl-WKKKI.Y ANl> WKKHl.V. 

■»r. •Ilv.r W-'-a*.!! HalMM' OnftClMi 
am tbr rourtU tff Jul.r. 

TUc oration deliviiiHl on the Fourth, 
by Dr. Oliver Wendill Holmes at Bos- 
ton, we.-, probably th« best of the whole 
ero^ 01 orations. Wo select a .splendid 
and icl'.iiig passage : 

Do the citizen.s ot llarrisburg or Phila- 
delphia quarrel to-day about the strict 
legality ot'an exeoutive act meant in good 
tkith lot- their protect ioii against the in- 
vader ? We aro all irtirens ot Harris- 
burg, all citizens ot Thiladelphia, in this 
hour ol their peril, and with ihe enemy 
at work In oiir own harbors, we begin to 
understand the ditlerence between agooil 
and bad citizen ; the man that helps and 
the man that hinders ; the n>au who, while 
the pirate is in sight, complains that our 
anchor is dragging in his mud, and the 



inlluenve of the 
tailiiia which Htk born of our wealt 
ot the deadly smi which was our tat: 
heritancu ! 




» ♦ ■ • 



nmn ^^ho vjolates tlie proprieties, like our 
brave Portland brothers, when they jump- 
ed on boaril the tirst steamer they could 
reach, cut her cable, bore down on the 
corsair, with a habean coiyus a; t that 
lodged twenty of the buccaneers in Fort 
iVeble before sunset. 

We can not, then, we can not be cir- 
cling inward to be swallowed up in tlw 
whirlpool of national destruction. H our 
borders are invaded, it is only as the 
spur that is driven into the courser's 
tlank to rouse his slumbering mettle. If 
our property is taxcil. it is only to teach 
us that liberty is worth paying for as well 
as fighting lor. We are pouring out the 
most gei>erou8 bloo<l of our youth and 
manhood; alas! this is always the price 
that must be pai<l for the re<lemption of 
a people. What have we to complain of, 
whose granaries are choking with plenty, 
whose streets are gay with shining robes 
and glittermg equipages, whose industry 
is abundant enough to reap all its over- 
flowing harvest, yet sure of employment 
and of its just reward, the soil of whose 
mighty valleys is an ine.xhaustible mine 
of fertility, whose mountains cover up 
such stores of heat and power, impris- 
oned in their coal measures, as would 
warm all the inhabit.uits and work all the 
machinery of our planet lor unnumbered 
ages, whose rocks pour out rivers of oil, 
whose streams run yellow over beds of 
golden sand — what have we to contplaio 
of? 

Have we degenerated from our English 
fathers, so that we cannot do and bear 
tor our national salvation what they have 
done and borne, over and over again, for 
their form of Government ? Could Eng- 
land, in her wars with Napoleon, bear an 
income tax often per cent., and must we 
faint under the burden of an income tax 
of three per cent. ? Was she content to 
negotiate a loan at fifty-three for the hun- 
dred, and that paid in depreciated paper, 
and can we talk about financial ruin with 
out national stocks ranging from one to 
eight above par, and the "five-twenty" 
war loan eagerly taken by our own peo- 
ple to the amount ot nearly two hundred 
millions, without any check to the flow of 
the current pressing inward against the 
doors of the Treasury ? Except in those 
portions of the country which are the im- 
mediate seat of war, or liable to be made 
so, and which, having the greatest mter- 
est not to become the border States of 
hostile nations, can best afford to suffer 
now, the state of prosperity and comfort 
is such as to astonish those who visit us 
from other countries. What are war tax- 
es to a nation which, as we are assured 
on good authority, has more men 
worth a million now, than it had 
worth ten thousand dollars at the 
close of the Revolution ; whose 
whole pioperty is a hundred times, and 
whose commerce, inland and foreign, is 
five hunihrfJ times what it was then ? 
But we need not study Mr. Stille's pam- 
phlet and Thompson's Bank Note Report- 
er, to show us what we know well enough ; 
that so far from having occasion to trem- 
ble in fear of our impending ruin, we 
must rather blush for our material pros- 
perity. For the multitudes who are un- 
fortunate «nough to be taxed for a million 
or more, of course we must feel deeply, 
at the same time suggesting that the more 
largely they report their incomes to the 
ta.x-gatherer, the more consolation they 
will find in the feeling that they have serv- 
ed their country. But — let us say plain- 
ly, it will not hurt our people to be taught 



%'lckkb«rr l«cUi«MM. 

Letters written at Vicksburg during 
the last tew days of the siege contain 
muck that is of interest since the surren- 
der. The explosion of one ol the minea 
under the rebel works, on the -'5th ultimo, 
ia thus described by a correspondent : 

To understand more clearlj the CTents 
of the day, »♦■ may be wdl to t>r«face with 
a short descrintion of the rebel works. In 
retreating^ to Vick»b«r|t the reb«?l8 took 
possesaion ot a chain of hills whicli run m 
the general outline ol a semi-ellipse 
around the city, and these they immedi- 
ately fortified, at the same time connect- 
ing them by a line of earth and breast- 
works hardly inferior in strength to the 
fortified hills themselves. The centre of 
this line protruded considerably Into the 
position uken by General Grant, and was 
in fact the largest hilllof the chain. The 
crest of this was rapitlly converted into a 
formidable earthwork, wliich the rebels 
amply supplied with artillefy ; »nd know- 
ing that it atlbrtlod the key to 1*ie re- 
maining works, it was strengthene I by 
every means within their power. Our 
forces, howeTer, by night approaches, 
succeeded in planting artillery so near to 
it that day by day its guns were silenced 
until at length it' became tenable only by 
the swarms ot sharpshooters, who, from 
the cover of the ritWs^ pits constructed on 
the opposite slope and just below the 
edge of the summit, kept up a gallin|»fire 
on those of our tioops who came within 
sight and range. To effect a breach in 
the lino of works at tWs point now be- 
came a part of General (Jrant's plan, and 
accordingly the sappers and miner* com- 
menced operations. With tlie support of 
a line ot parallels, the approach to the 
foundation of the tort was luade by trench- 
es and covered ways until a mine was 
constructed in the very heart of the hill. 
Singular to say, while the rebel rides 
were cracking away on the top. Union 
spades were excavating thirty feet below, 
in an almost perpendicular line. 

THK KXI'LOSIOX OF TUB MI.NT.. 

This morning the work was completed, 
an immense quantity of powder was 
stored in the cavity prepared to receive 
it, and the fuse train was laid. At noon 
the different regiments of the Seventeenth 
corps, selected to make the assault upon 
the breach when it should have beea ef- 
fected, were marshalled in long lines 
upon the near slopes of the hills immedi- 
ately oonfronting the doomed reb«l forti- 
fications, where, dis])Osed for the attack, 
they impatiently awaited the denouement. 
I The rebels seemed to discover that some 
movement was on foot, for from the mo- 
ment our troops came into position until 
the explosion took place, their sharp- 
shooters k^pt up an inceps«nt fire from 
the whole line of their works. 

At length all was io readiness ; the fuse 
train was fired, and it w»nt fizzmg and 
popping through the zigzag line of tren- 
ches until lor a moment it vanislted. Its 
disappearance was quickly succeeded by 
tlic explosion, and the mine was sprung. 
80 terrible an explosion is seldom wit- 
nessed. Dust, dirt, smoke, gabions, 
stockades, timber, gun-carriages, logs — 
in fact, everything connected with the 
fort — rose hundreds of feet into the air. 
as if vomited forth from » volcano. Some 
who were close aipectAtors even say that 
they saw the bodies of the poor wretches 
who a moment before lined the ramparts 
of the work. 

CTHAROK OF OBN. m'pHKB^n's TROOPa. 

Simultaneously with the firing of the 
fuse train our artillery opened from the 
entire semi-circle of hattcrioi, and its 
thunders well nigh drowned the noise of 
the explosion of the mine. Hardly had 
the smoke clearctl off and the falling 
fragments of the fort came to the ground, 
when at the word, and wtth a terrific yell, 
our troops started on the charge. Up 
the slope they went at the "double- 
quick.'* turned the summit, and, running 
down upon the other side, dashed at the 
breach. How far they penetrated I am 
not as yet aware. That the rebels were 
present in force to check their progress 
at the gap was evident IrAta iheiact that 
they were there met by a withering volley 
of musketry. The smoke of the contest 
soon enveloped the scene. The musketr>' 
became louder and louder, and for three 
hours it has continued in one unceasing 



ivate 
out H^ fiillows : 

»*Mtention ♦ iSattalfon I Order arms 
Fix bayonets I Shoulder arms I Charge 
bayonets ! Forward, double quick !" 
.Iu«t at this juncture an entire volley of 
musketry from the rebels greeted our 
pits. It was dark, and they thought a 
charge had been mad«!. As soon as the 
report of the discharge died away our 
hero cried out as if to a regiment : 

'•Why are you wavering there ! For- 
ward ! ' I say f'orwarfiy 

Another volley came lalt'ing over their 
heads, when, having carried the joke far 
enuugb, the boys fell into si ooting the 
excited rebels, and cea.^cd only when the 
pickets were put out. 

Another correspondent writing since 
thesurrender, draws the following graphic 



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APrKAK.\.NrK OK THF. PEAD. 

They lay in all positions, some with 
musket grasped as though still conteiuliug ; 
others witt the cartridge in the fingers 
ius^ ready to put the deadly charge where 
It might meet the foe. All ferocity had 
gone. Moble patriots I uninhabited tene- 
ments ! ye rest here now in security I 
Your portals whence the spirits fled are 
as calm and pale as moonlight upon snow 
— as though no sweet love had ever wov- 
en for ye myrtle wreathes, nor death 
draped your hearts in ivy — as though 
mirth had never smiled nor sorrow wept 
where all is now silent. War with its 
dangers, earth with its perplexities, ne- 
glect and poverty witli their pangs, slan- 
der with its barb, the dear heartbroken 
ones at home — all fail to call ye back to 
strife. A dark and fearful shadow has 
crept over the land and gathered ye in its 
gloom. O, the tears that will be shed! 
O, the hearths that will be desolated I 
Eyes will look in vain for vour return to 
the hearths that ye once gladdened, while 
Fame crowns ye with its laurels, and the 
land of the hereafter welcome ye as "they 
who saved the land. " 

A remarkably sweet and youthful face 
was that of a rebel \>o\. Scarce eighteen, 
and 18 fair as a maiden, with quite small 
hands, longhair of the pale golden hue 
that auburn changes to when much in the 
sun, and curling at the ends. He had on 
a shirt of coarse white cotton, and brown 
pants, well worn, while upon his feet 
were a woman's shoes of about the size 
known as "fours." Too delicate was his 
frame for war ; |»erchance some n other's 
idol. His left si<le was torn by a shell, 
and his lefl shoulder shattered. I'oor 
misguided boy. Hyacinth was scarce 
more delicately beautiful than ho. May- 
bap he had his Apollo too. 

Two niei\ who had caught at a fig tree 
to assist them up a steep embankment lay 
dead at its feet, slain in all probability by 
an enfilade fire from the right ; the branch 
at which they caught was still in their 
gratp. Some could not be recognized 
by their nearest triends. Several were 
headless — others were armless : but the 
manner of their death was always plain. 
The* minie lefl its large, rather clear hole : 
and shell its horrid rent ; the shrapnel 
and grape their clear, great gashes, as 
though one had thrust a giant's spear 
through the tender, (piivering flesli. 

In one trench lay two, grasping the 
same weapon — friend and Toe. Acrc'^s 
their hands fell a vine, the end upon the 
breast of the rebel, where it had f.all»n 
with them from above; the roots still 
damp with fresh earth; upon it was a 
beautiful passion flower in full bloom and 
two buds ; the buds were stained with 
blood — the flower as bright as was the 
day when the monung stars sang together. 
On the faces of both was the calm that 
follows sh»ep — rather pale, perhaps, but 
seeming like him of old, of whom it: was 
said. "He is not dead, but sleepcth." ^ so i)owcrfully a 
But ah, the crimson! All is not well 
where earth is stained with blood. In 
some places the dead were j)iled, literally, 
like sacks of grain upon the shore. 

It is remarkable with what patience the 
fatally wounded, they who already stood 
upon the shore, bore their .sufierings. 
Some knew that they could not recover, 
but bore it manfully. Sometimes a tear, 
and a low voice would sav. "Mv sweet 
wife," or "Darling," "Mother." "God 
forgive" — a quiver, then all was over. 
Let us hope that friend and foe alike 
found favor in His sight, where all is well, 



her devoted moHer, Qonv 
, only to rct^ inH>pe ^hat 
ment of tliftngW may 
by bet'er results the next. 
I So well is the history known down 
town, that even the vilest ruflian in MoyH' 
j mcnsing passes th*» W6in«tt4>y without an 
I insult. The girl is comely, with a fresh 
j complexiuu ami fair shape, but no man 
says auglit to her, as with her sorrow- 
.stricken mother she makes her nightly 
journey. The raotlierT* steps are grow- 
mg feeble. They are poor; and not 
many days hence the girl must do her 
jouniey alou*. (^1 .help her:— J^hila- 
delphia North American, 4(A, 

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The following report of a conversation 
between Mr. A., an intelligent War Dem- 
o«rat of Sandusky county and an illite- 
rate •* Dimicrat'.' of Seneld county, fur- 
nishes a good illustration of the party 
blindness of the »lay. and explains in a 
degree the facility with which demagogues 
are now loading well-meaning but igno- 
rant citizens to the very verge if not to 
open acts of treason. ' The parties were 
old .acquaintances, having formerly voted 
the DemocTatic ticket together : 

Mr. A. John, how are the times in 
Sene«-a ? 

.John. Oh, pretty hard now, and me 
dinks dey be harder soon aready. De 
war werry bad — great many mans be kilt, 
—more get kilt — daxes high — dey get 
higher soon aready, Ableeshunists make 
much drobles —Lincoln no care for <le 
beeples, but only forde nigger. Mr. A., 
you Dimicrat yet? 

Mr. A Oh yes, always a Democrat. I 
never was any thing else. .John, do you 
know witat the Democrats aro going to 
do! 

.lohn. I can't tell. 

Mr. A.— Well, I'll tell you. They are 
going to elect Vallandigliaiu, [.John, as- 
renting — "Ya-as,"] then they'll stop the 
war and let Jeff. Davis bring slaver>' in- 
to Ohio ami all other States [John, 
"Yaw,"} then we will havo no nioie vot- 
ing, but m.ake Jefl. Davis our King, ami 
then tin- l)emo(Tats will have no trouble 
with the Abolitionists, but every man 
«-;in own his nigger, [.John, still .issentiiig, 
—"Yaw."] 

John — (Soliloquizing thoughtfully) — 
,Ieff. Davis for King. 1 never dinks of 
dat. 

Mr. A. — Oh, yes ; that's what the 
Democrats must go for. 

John — (Still musing) Jeff. Davis for 
King. Vaal, I spose so. I goes nut the 
Dimicrats. 

Having sufficiently tested .Tohn's 
blindness and party .subserviency, A. bid 
him good-bye anil left him to cogitate 
over the last stages of Vallandigham 
Democracy. — Toledo JUadc. 

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that there are Other things to be eared for rattle, intermingled at times with 



besideii money-making and monej-spend 
ing ; that the time ha.s come when man- 
hood must assert itself by brave deeds 
and noble thoughts ; when womanhood 
must assume its most sacred office, '* to 
warn, to comfort," and, if need be, "to 
command," those whose services their 
country calls for. This Northern section 
of the land has become a great Tariety- 
shop, of which the Atlantic cities are the 
long-extended counter. W > have grown 
rich for what? To put gilt bands on 
coachmen's hats ? To sweep the foid 
sidewalks with the heaviest silks that the 
toiling artisans of France can send us ? 
To look through j)late-glass windows and 
pity the brown soldiers, or sneer at the 
black ones? To reduce the speed of 
trotting-horses a second or two below its 
old minimum ? To color meerschaums ? 
To Haunt in laces and sparkie in diamonds ? 
To dredge our maidens' hair with gold- 
dust ? To lloat through life, the passive 
shuttlecocks of fashion, form the avenues 
of the beaches, and back again from the 
beaches to the avenues 7 >\ as it for this 
that the broad domain of the Western 
hemisphere was kept so long unvisited by 
civilization? For this, that Time, the 
father of empires, unbound the virgin 
zone of this the youngest of his daughters, 
and gave her, beautiful in the long Teil 
of her forests, to the rude embrace of the 
adventurous colonist ? All this is what 
we see arour.d us, now — now, while we 
are actually fighting this great battle, and 
supporting this great load of indebted- 
ness. Wait till the diamonds go back to 
the Jews of Amsterdam ; till the plate- 
glass windo'v bears the fatal announce- 
ment. For Sale w To Let ; till the voice 
of our Miriam is ot)eyod, as she sings : 

"Weave no more silks, ye Lyons looms ?" 
Till the gold-dust i« combed from the 
golden locks, and hoarded to buy bread ; 
till the fast-driving youth smokes his 
clay pipe on the platfonn of the horse- 
car ; till the music-grinders cease because 
none will pay them ; till there are no 
peaches in the windows at twenty-four 
dollars a dozen, and i>o heaps of bananas 
and pine-anples selling in the street cor- 
ners ; till the ten-flounced dress has but 
three flounces, and it is felony to drink 
Champagne ; wait till these clianges show 
themselves, the signs of deeper wants, the 
preludes of exhaustion and bankruptcy; 
then let us talk of the maelstrom ; but 
till then, let us not be cowards with our 
purses, while brave men are emptying 
their hearts upou the earth for us ; let ns 
not whine over our hnaginarv ruin, while 
the reversed current of cinrling events is 
carrying us fkrther and farther, every 



the 
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heavier and thunder-like peals of 
artillery. 

Our troops held the breach, though the 
victory was not won without turribie loss, 
including many officers. Seveq picked 
regiments of General McPherson's corps 
constituted the assaulting party. 

A letter from a correspondent in Grant's 
army to the Indianapolis Journal, nar- 
rates the following amusing incidents of 
the siege : 

PICKET TAIJt. 

Some of the incidents connected with 
the siege of Vicksburg are Iiighly amusing. 
A great many of them are exciting, and 
though we have laid here in the rifle pits 
since the 22d of May, yet the bo^s are 
not tired of the sport. There is just 
enough shooting going on to give zest to 
a mode of life which would otherwise be 
almost intolerable. 

We have all read a great deal of "ta- 
ble talk," and have found some of it very 
spicy and amusing, but I doubt whether 
any would prefer it, refined as it is, to the 
"p'icket tolk" before Vicksburg. Our 
lines arc within a few hundred yards of 
those of the rebels, and as a deep ravine 
intervenes, it is necessary to throw out 
pickets on the side of each bill to prevent 
tl»^ possibility of a surprise. By mutual 
consent neither side fires on the otlier's 
guards ; and, as they cannot fire leaden 
ones, they amuse themselves by shooting 
pithy, wordy bullets at each other. With 
the two armies as an audience, they keep 
up the noisy battle the whole night. Here 
are some specimens : 

*'Fe<leral Picket — *I say, Secesh, have 
vou anything to eat over there ?' 

Secesh— "Plenty." 

Federal— "What's the use of Iving, 
now ; come over an<l get a ctip of hot 
coffee." 

Secesh — "Confound vou, you come 
over and get Vicksburg.'' 

Federal found that a stumper. 

Another : 

Secesh — "IleUo' Yanks, why don't you 
make another charge on us ?" 

Ft^deral — "It's against our principles 
to charge on prisoners." 

AN IUISHMAN'H UKPLY TO A TAUNT. 

An Irishman on duty the other night 
was taunted by the rebels about the non- 
explosion of our Bbells, when a skoU from 
tlie Sixteenth Ohio battery bursted im- 
mediately over the loquacious rubeL 

"Blast yp,'' cried tbo.Iriskmaai, "stick 
that in your haversack aafLstop yan. jaw." 

X HUSK. 

Quito an excitement was raised a few 



XHcMeat of Real laf*. 

There are (jueer histories in the world. 
Walking home a few nights ago in a 
drenching rain, up South street, we over- 
took two females, composedly moving up 
under the shelter of a wide umbiella. 
The parties were a mother and daughter. 
The latter is about twenty-one years of 
age ; the fonner cannot be much short of 
sixty. 

In the Rogue's Gallery is the picture 
of a man named Burkie. The original is 
still in the Eastern Penitentiary. He was 
sentenced three years ago for the mur- 
der, in a bouse of ill-repute in Locust 
street, above Ninth, of a constable in the 
ofhce of Alderman McMullen. The vic- 
tim was named Johnson. Johnson was 
engaged to be married at the time of the 
murder to a young girl who then lived in 
a court near Fifth and Christian streets, 
and who lives there still. The yonng 
man was not worthy of such love as that 
entertained for him by the girl inquestion. 
A quaiTel arose in the house, and a 
stab with a knife in the hands of Burkie 
took effect upon his breast, and he was 
killed. The female whom we met in the 
pouting shower, as above narrated, were 
the girl to whom the munlered man was 
affianced, and her mother. The death of 
her lover caused the girl to become de- 
mented. She remains in that condition 
to this day. Her form of madness is tiul- 
anrholia. ' She believes, however, that at 
some time not definitely fixed, between 
the hours of one and two o'clock in the 
morning, by visiting the scene of the mur- 
der, her betrothed will appear to her. Of 
her mind this one idea has taken sole pos- 
seshion. 

Every night, for three years past, in 
company with her alllicte<l mother, th« 
girl uas visited the locality of the trage- 
dy ; neither rain, snow, cold or heat, has 
ever yet interrupted this nightly visit. 
They take one regular route — up Fifth 
to South, up South to Ninth, and thence 
to Locust street, in an alley running 
from which street the murder was com-" 
mitted. During the whole walk the girl 
talks incessantly to*her mother, in a low 
tone of voice, and the mother, with burst- 
ing heart, listens patiently l>ut hopeless- 
ly. She knows tlie fruitlessiiess of the 
nightly walk, but takes it that her unfor- 
tunate child may to that extent be com- 
forted. 

They walk to the alley where the sad 
event occurred, heeding no one, and 
eteadily moving to the house where the 
murderous deed was done. They wait 
there for some minutes, sometimes for as 
much as an hour. Then the girl says, 
"Never mind, mother, dear; be won't 
come to-night. He will be here to-mor- 
row." And the poor creature returns 
hopefully, sometimes even cheerfully, and 
nearly a thousand to-morrows hav*; since 
transpiredf yet each night the giri, with 



Cirn. Ni|r*l a< Hwrrisburc— His Speech 
to the lloldlera. 

A letter from Ilarrisburg says : Gen. 
Franz Sigel arrived here this alternoon at 
three o'clock, stopping at the Jones 
House. His arrival has excited the great- 
c>t enthusiasm among the soMiers here. 
In response to loud calls and vociferous 
cheers, (Jen. Sigel addressed the m>litia 
from the verandah of the Jones House, as 
follows : 

FtHotp SoMlers — I would not have ventured 
to couio here; I would not have vcnturcil to 
sthlrcss you, 1 mean, were it not for your im- 
hounilcci cntUuf^iiiMii and iniiiortuiiato calls. 
Mv Kiipii.-ili is broken, but I think I may Ik* 
able, lU least, to reiterate the kI<>'''>"s news. 

I Imvc l>ccu oiuon^' ail thcgiillmit nii-nolnll 
the States now fighting our cnoniicR, ami I am 
gild tiiat I can rejoice with you that our army 
— the army of the Potomac" and of the East — 
although sometimes an nnfortunate army, has 
tinally achieved a triumph which I Jiopc and 
l)elicvc will very soon end this bloody war. 
(Cheers.) 
It" every State in the Union had come out 
the State of Pennsylvania, 
I am sure we would Ik* strong, and it w<nild 
not have taken half so long to get rid of our 
enemies. I am sun" that we will very soon 
strike our enemies in their last strougholtU 
(Cheers.) 

The American Rei)ublic is too strong to be 
defeated — its institntionH sliall be preserved. 
Our armies which engirdle the doomed city 
of Vicksburg arc now nearer the heart of 
their object than ever; and soon, very soon, 
that city will have fallen. (I-oug continued 
cheering.) 

Uo.s<:crans will defeat liis enemy as sore as 
vou have defeated Lee, and the rc1>els in 
Louisiana will be utterly routed. (Cheers for 
Rosecrans.) 

And I think that "before many days we will 
stand before the very doors "of llichmond. 
(Tremendous cheering.) 

As he disappeared through the window 
into the parlor the soldiers still continued 
to cheer. 



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Albert Galloway V8. 'Wiin&m M. Litchfield, 

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The lien coji only exlstwhcrc tlierehasbccn 
a special agreement as to compensation. 

The lien foniurly given, where there was no 
such special agreement, to the extent of the 
costs included lii the .^ldglnent, is taken away 
br the sttitntc wbtcli alKjlishes statutory costs. 



A FINE ASSOUTMENT of the American 
manunkctored Watch adjusted to heat and cold, 
and the most perfect timer made. A. IJLAKE- 
MAN sells them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake the place. Be sure tliat you call in at 
THENEW.JEWELUY STOUE. apl8-ly 



W 



ANTED 



Xj^OSTEIl & HARDENBUKGII, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL MAKERS, 

:Co. 2M Soutb >»'ater »tre«>t, Chicago. 

Have constantly on hand a large assortnieni of 

Mlanilla ^ T«rre<l XSope, 
I>itcliiiie: I^opes, 

Old Canvass. Oakum. Tar. Pitch. 

CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TEXT.'. AWN- 
INGS, WAGON COVERS, COTTON 
AND RUSSIA mCKS, 

Common and PatetitMol«t ^Tlieel*. for build- 
ings, constantly on band. 

OKO. K. KOSTKK. QolS-l}) C. M. H AKDF.XBUr.GU 



THE (HEAP CASH STORE A 
LITTLE AHEAD. 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, &c., in a small family. 
Nsne but a competent person need apply to 

w. s. com:bs, 

BOOKSTORE, 



J^ 



S T 



RECEIVED 



THE PEOPLE SAY THEY CAN BUY 

DRY GOODS 

A. Hiittlo Olioaper at 

Chrap Cash Store." 



The 



THAX ANi' tnUEU PLACE IN TUMN. 

If ycu do not believe it, '-COME AND SEE." 
We have a splendid stock of 

r>I^E^^8s; g^ooi>>4, 

LAWNS, PRINTS, HOOP SKIRTS, BALMO- 
RALS, CLOTIJS, CASSIMERES, 

Ai'.d all klntljiof 



A NEW 



la the 



Jan23 



POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



The State of Minnesota rs. Richard G. Eno. 

The form of an indictment provided by our 
statutes, divides the same into two ]»nris, the 
accusing clause and the descriptive eliUJ^e or 
sjieciheation of the crime charged. Where 
the crime htis n name such as treason, mur- 
der, arson, manslaughter or larceny, Ac, and 
is susceptible of division into diflerent classcN 
or degrees, it is sutHeient to charge the defen- 
dant with the <Time by name in the accusing 
part of the indictment, and desrrilw the i»ar- 
tieular degree or class of the ofH>nse in the 
speeillcfltion. 

Where a tlefemiant is at'cused by the grand 
jurj- of the crime of Uirceny, and the spocili- 
eaiioii makes out a charge ol bireetiv fnnn the 
IHTson, and the proof establishes the larccnv 
charged, iw t« time, i>laee, jjropertv, and all 
the essential features contained in the 8|)ccifi. 
uttion, except that it was from the person, a 
conviction may Iw hud for the simple larceny. 
Where the i)r6of fails to sustain the aggravat- 
ing circumstances charged, and leaves the 
crime simple larceny, the jurj- should l»e in- 
stnictcd to specify in their vcrtlict the degree, 
or class of larccnv in which they tind the de- 
fendant guilty. %Vherc, however, they in such 
case render a general venliet of guilty, the 
f'otirt may in Its discretion enter a nolt^ prose- 
qui aa to the grcan-r crime, and allow the con- 
vicrtion to stand for tl»« minor offense, as all 
grutles of the oHense involve a simple larceny. 
This C«)urt will hesitjtte to pass seutence ujKm 
a priRoncr unless |)Osi»csscd of all the evidence 
taken on the trial. 



TTATCH'S BATTALION ! 

RECRUITS WANTED. 

^40 RouTityl 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOARD 
WILL BE PAID. 

Tlie mon will b«' enlisted forj three years or 
during the Indian War on our Iroatier. This 
rnhstinent avoids the draft, which should be a 
jfreat induceuu-nt to those subject to the iianie 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLrN. 

Corner of Seventh and ,)ackson-8t8., 

Je2j-tf • ^t- I'auL 



1300T» & SHOES 



AT 



L J N E N 



PLAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FINE LOT OF FIGUKED 

^XARSEILl'S -VESTS, 

All of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDUCED PRICES. 

W. H. TE>II?LE, 
my30-tf TMIUP-HT. 

U. S. 5-2CrLOAN. 

UBSCRIPTIOKS WILL P.E KE- 

CETYED FOR 
This I?oi>Tilax' Loan 



LOT OK 


Fancy and Domestic (loods. 


C A T S . 


Which we will be glad to show to anv wishing to 
purchase. Remember the place. 




No. 218 Third Street, 



s 



Ju-ly&,1W3 



Until farther notice at our office. 
THOMPSON BKO'S, B»nker<, Ag'ts 



2w 



VERY LOW PRICES. 



AT 



TXER^l>ON IIOl^SE, 

Corner aC Third and Vermillion Street", 

HASTINGS, - - - MINNESOTA, 
y/r. E. MUXT, 

iMite of tlie ^^^rch^n>ts' IIoUl, at St. Paul, 
rftOriMETOU. 
oonvejed to and 



NEXT DOOR TO N. W. E.XPRESS OFFICE, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
H. KNOX TAYLOR. 



je.'.-tf 

mT 



I L I T A R Y 



OiUce 



Cavalry- Boots, 



OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 



OfHcei-s' 



Zouaves, 



AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 

or 

I300T ^ «HOE, 

CAN BE FOUND AT 
W.n. J. ItMlTH & CO.». 

apLStf 



KILPATRICK'S. 



I «gr- T'assengers 
' Ik.at»free. 

1 



8ft. Panl, Juuo 6, 1863. 



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* » » » 



—The latest news from Barbadocs 
states that a hark loaded with coal for 
the Florida, after a vain search for the 
pirate as far down as the Equator, was 
burnt in sight of land by her crew on the 
22d ult., to prevent her falling into the 
hands of a United States cruiser. 



TOBACCO. CIGARS, pipi<::s, 
SNUFF, &0. 

IT. W. TXJCMELT, 



from the 
jeiu-.1m 



/CURTICE 



WbolcuiiUe and UeUil Dealer In Tobacco, Ch 
he. "Fine tmportM Cigars, S foking and Cli*w- 
inc TotMOcHt. ViiM* Cut Chewing, 8U|><>Tior to m»t 
in the (rtiy. Sweet Briar Boot I'liien. a large a»- 
Mrtmeut: K. W. TUtHELT, 

Third-st., near Edgerton's Bank, 
myO-ly St. r«u1. 



& IIALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 
I<,cal E«tat© Air*^"***' 

Clfflee in UackiiMirx lUocl; traxliinfjton Street, 

betiri'cn Tliinf ami FiHirth-sts., 
Will prooipflr attend tonnvProfexRionslhudinoPS 
ontrusK'd to them. From a lonjf roMdence liere 
and a thorough knowhxlEP of the diflerent liur- 
v*v8 both in the Cltv and coiiufry, we Lave pnat 
facilities for executing our work with eorn^ctne^o 
and dispatch. Lau-i bought and sold. I olLMitlona 
made. Taxe«i«idfor i.ou-iesidenuat tUu lowest 

N ."b.— Drawtog Instruraentaand Paper for sale. 
D. L. CURTToit: * ap22-.1m John T. H ai-stkp. 



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piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of V\f\h and Pike «treet«. 
Thic 8.<tablif iMiieut is now iu fall operation, an 
la pn^part'.l to furu:sh all kinds of 
IKON AND BRASS 

CA."^TING^, KOR.JIXQ «tc., 
at the lowest Eastern rates, viz, Hesvy Mill «i<t 
Ingd. Columns, t^asli weijrhls, Orate Bare, Sleigh 
shoes /M'\, three cents per pound. Bras* cast- 
inifii, 'lUbhit metal, Uj to .'Vi cents per ix>und. 
Lathe work ^a.co jer day. Tarticular altenfio i 
given to Steam Enpine and Boiler work. Thr<»sh 
ing Machine r<»paii iiifr proinpily attended to. 

Steam Eufrinesnnd BoiliTs.Thn'shingirtRcl-.ine*, 
new and second handed, for sale or exchan^ja 

very low. 

OILMAN L BUSIINELL. 
St. PAri., .Tnlr 6th, imia. dly 

131LLL POSTING, &c. 

MAXWELL & GRIFFIN, opposite BrownN 
Block. Third street, will post bill». announce 
niPvtiiijis, !iuctioii«,a«d nil nmttTs usiia'.ly attwnd- 
ed to liv •' Pown Criers," attend on parti»s. oiMUi 
rooms and offices, and underuke jobs ol whlt«- 
washing in diflerent colors. jlO-lm 



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a? 



FlULlSUKn UAU-Y.TKl-WKKKI.V ANl> WKKHI Y. 

«.)mo*»— A.*Moi»«iiitf the Brultf**- 



-T 

our, f><7 



^»t»<l^ 



?» 



iailiitgp which 
ol thf «lt'a«lly 
horitaDcc ! 



V ii»rtiK'iU'i» ol" the JVeat 
born of our wt-altipiaiul 
sfii which wa» our latA*^ii»- 



THE BAINT PAUL PRESS, TTTUKSDa y, ^yOL Y IG, 1863. 

C3r( 



by l»r. 
ton. wfM p 
crop ot orations 



Wr. Oliver Wfitdrll l««»l*i«'»' Or»tl»u 
oa ttar Fuurtli of Jul.r. 

TLe oration tlcliMri*! on the Fourth. 
Dr. Oliver Wenilcll lloUnes at Bo»- 
robably th* best ol the whole 
We select a splendid 
auii icl'.iiijj pa-ssa^e : 

Do the citizens ot liarrisburg or Pbila- 
delphia (|uarrel to-day about the strict 
lejiality of an oxocutive act meant in good 
farth lor their proti-ction a(;ain.st the in- 
vader 1' We are all citizeiis of Harri:*- 
burg, all citizens ol Philadelphia, in this 
hour ol their peril, and with the enemy 
at work in our own harbors, we bef^in to 
uuderstaiul the dillcrcnce between agootl 
and bad citizen ; the u>an that helps and 
the man that hinders ; the man who, while 
the pirate is in sight, «ouiplains that our 
anchor is dragging in his mud, and the 
man who violates the proprieties, like our 
brave T^ortland brothers, when they jumn- 
cd on board the first steamer they could 
reach, cut her cable, bore down on the 
corsair, with a habens corpus & t that 
lodged twenty of the buccai»eers in Fort 
i'reble before sunset. 

We can not. then, we can not be cir- 
cling iuwai-d to be swallowed up in the 
whirlpool of national destruction. If our 
borders are invaded, it is only as the 
spur that is driven into the courser's 
flank to rouse his slumbering mettle. If 
our property is taxed, it is only to teach 
U3 that liberty is worth paying lor as well 
as tighting lor. We are pouriiig out the 
most gei>erou8 blootl ol our youth and 
manhood; alas! this is always the price 
that must be paid lor the retlemption of 
a people. What have we to complain ot, 
whose granaries are choking with plenty, 
whose streets are gay with shining robes 
and glittering equipages, whose industry 
is abundajU enough to reap all its over- 
flowing harvest, yet sure of einploymen' 
and of its just reward, the soil of whose 
mighty valleys is an in.;.\liaustible mine 
of fertility, whose mountains cover up 
such stores of heat and power, impris- 
oned in their coal measures, as would 
warm all the inliabit.mts and work all the 
machinery of our planet lor unnumbered 
awes, whose rocks pour out rivers of oil. 
whose streams run yellow over beils of 
golden sand — what have we to com|dain 
of? 

Have we degenerated from our Kngliah 
lathers, so that we cannot do and bear 
lor our national salvation what they have 
done and borne, over and over again, for 
their form of Govenuuent ? Could Kng- 
lantl. in her wars with Napoleon, bear an 
income tax often per cent., and must we 
faint under the burden of an income tax 
ot three per cent. ? Was she content to 
negotiate a loan at fifty-three for the hun- 
dred, and that paid in depreciated paper, 
and can we talk about financial ruin with 
out national stocks rangiug from one to 
eight above par. and the "live-twenty" 
war loan eagerly taken by our own peo- 
ple to the amount of nearly two hundred 
millions, without any check to the How of 
the current pressing inward against the 
doors of th« Treasury ? Except in those 
portions of the country which are the im- 
mediate seat of war, or liable to be made 
so, and which, having the greate.it inter- 
est not to become the border States of 
hostile nations, can best aflFord to sufTer 
now, the state of prosperity and comfort 
is such as to astonish those who visit us 
from other countries. What are war tax- 
es to a nation which, as we are assured 
on good authority, has more men 
•worth a million now, than it had 
worth ten thousand dollars at the 
close of the Revolution ; whose 
whole property is a hnndred time!«, and 
•whose commerce, inland and foreign, is 
five hundred times what it was then ? 
But we need not study Mr. Stille's pam- 
phlet and Thompson's Dank Note Report- 
er, to show us what we know well enough ; 
that so far from having occasion to trem- 
ble in fear of our impending ruin, we 
must rather blush for our material pros- 
perity. For the multitudes who are un- 
fortunate enough to be taxed for a million 
or more, of course we must feel deeply, 
at the same time suggesting that the more 
largely they report their incomes to the 
tax-gatherer, tlie more consolation they 
will find in tlie feeling that they have serv- 
ed their country. But — let us say plain- 
ly, it will not hurt our people to be taught 
that there are other things to be cared for 
besides money-making and money-spend- 
ing ; that the time has come when man- 
hood must assert itself by brave deeds 
and noble thoughts ; when womanhood 
must assume its most sacred office. " to 
•warn, to comfort," and, if need be, "to 
command," those whose services their 
country calls for. This Northern section 
of the land has become a great variety- 
shop, of which the Atlanti<. cities are the 
long-extended counter. W • have grown 
rich for what? To put gilt bantis Dn 



coachmen's hats ? 



put 
To 



sweep the foul 



VIckkbMrr larMlemM. 

Letters written at Vicksburg during 
the last tew days of the siegt; contain 
mucli that is of interest since the surren- 
der. The explosion of one of the mines 
under the rebel works, on the 25th ultimo, 
ia thus described by a correspondent : 

To understand more clearly the eyents 
of the day, i» may be well to oneface with 
a short de.scrii»tion of thereb«l works. In 
retreatinjf to Vick»bui:n th« rebels took 
pos:H>.sMou of a chain of hills wbidi run hi 
the general outline ol a semi-«llipse 
arouud the city, and these they immedi- 
ately tortilied, at the same time connect- 
ing them by a line of earth and breast- 
works hardly inferior in atnmglh to the 
fortilietl hill.s themselves. The centre of 
this line protruded considerably into the 
position taken by General Grant. an<l was 
in tact the large»t hill|of the chain. Th« 
crest of this was rapi«lly converted into a 
formidable earthwork, wliieh the rebels 
amply supplied with artillery ; and know- 
in" that it allbnled the key to Ike re- 
maining works, it WAS strengthcne 1 by 
every means within their power. Our 
forces, however, by night approaches, 
sueecedetl in planting artillery so near to 
it that day by day its guns were silenced 
until at length it" became tenable only by 
the swarms of sharpshooters, who, from 
the cover of the riflo pits constructed on 
the opposite slope and just bolow the 
e«lge of the summit, kept up a galling fire 
on those of our ti oops who came within 
sight and range. To efl'ect a breach in 
the line of works at this point now Imi>- 
came a part of General (rrant's plan, and 
accordingly the sappers and miner* eom- 
menced operations. With tlie support of 
a line of parallels, the approach to the 
foundation of the tort was made by trench- 
es and covered ways until a mine was 
constructed in the very heart of the hill. 
Singular to say, while the rebel rides 
were cracking away on the top. Union 
spades were excavating thirty- feet below, 
in an almost perpendicular Imc. 

THK KXfl.OSIOX OF TUB MI.NE. 

This mornin; the work was completed, 
an immense quantity of powder •was 
stored in the cavity prepared to receive 
it, and the luse train was laid. At noon 
the dilTerent regiments of the Seventeenth 
corps, selected to make the assault upon 
the breach when it should have beea ef- 
fected, were marshalled in long lines 
upon the near slopes of the hills immedi- 
ately confronting the doomed rebel forti- 
fications, where, disposed ior the attack, 
they impatiently awaited the denouement. 
The rebels seemed to discover that some 
movement was on foot, for from the mo- 
ment our troops camo into position until 
the explosion took place, their sharp- 
shooters kept up an incessant fire from 
the whole line of their works. 

At length all was in readiness ; the fuse 
train was fired, and it went fizzmg and 
popping through the zigzag line of tren- 
ches until lor a moment it vanisltud. Its 
disappearance was quickly succeeded by 
tlic explosion, and the mine was sprung. 
So terrible an explosion is seldom wit- 
nessed. Dust, dirt, smoke, gabions, 
stockades, timber, gun-carriages, logs — 
in fact, everything connected with the 
fort — rose hundreds of feet into the air, 
as if vomited forth from a volcano. Some 
who were close spectators even say that 
they saw tho bodies of the poor wretches 
who a uionifiut before lined the ramparts 
of the work. 

CHAROK OF OEX. m'PHFB^N'S TROOPS. 

Simultaneously with the firing of the 

fuse train our artillery opened from the 

entire semi-circle of batteries, and its 

thunders well nigh drowned the noise of 

the explosion of the mine. Hardly had 

the smoke cleared off and the falling I 

fragments of the fort came to the ground, 

when at the word, and with a terrific yell, 

our troops started on the charge. I 'p 

the slope they went at the " double- 

(juick," turned the summit, and, running 

down upon the other side, dashed at the 

breach. How far they penetrated I am 

not as yet aware. That the rebels were 

present in force to check their progress 

at the gap was evident from the lact that 

they were there met by a withering volley 

of musketry. The smoke of the contest 

soon enveloped the scene. The musketry 

became louder and louder, and for three 

hours it has continued in one unceasing 

rattle, intermingled at times with the 

heavier and thunder-like peals of the 

artillery. 

Our troops held the breach, though the 
victory was not won without tcrribie loss, 
including many oflicers. Seven picked 
regiments of General McPherson's corps 
constituted the assaulting party. 

A letter from a correspondent in Grant's 
army to the Indianapolis Journal, nar- 
rates the following amusing incidents of 
the siege : 

PICKF.T TAIJC. 



nigID agffDy a Wep-mbutliciFpriv.ite in 
oui^le-pits < artirig out aa follows : 

**MU'ntion ! battalion ! t>rder arms ! 
Fix bayonets ! Shoulder arms I Charge 
bayonets ! Forwanl, <h»uble quick !" 
.lukt at this juncture an entire volley of 
musketry from the rebels greeted our 
pits. It was dark, and they thought a 
charge had been mad«^ As soon as the 
report of the discharge died away our 
heiro t-ried out as if to a regiment : 

"Why are you wavenng there I For- 
r(t:' 



iioler, com Ato tjvftj 
inK>pe ^hat He djKp< 
igm may b^^'OH^reun, 



Ipot. 

point- 

imaied 



her devoted m 

only to retli^e in 

ment of tHlTtii; 

by bet er results the next. 

'So well is the history known ilown 
town, that even the vilest rulluin in Moya- 
mensing passes thft women by without an 
insult. The girl is comely, with a fresh 
complexiuu ami fair shape, but no man 
says aught to her, as with her sorrow- 
.stricken mother she makes her nightly 
journey. The mother's steps are grow 
ing feeble. They are poor; and 



not 

r 



delphia North Ameriran, -ith, 

lllu*(rut«*l. 



Another volley came I affing over their many days hence' tU«! girl must do hei 
heads, when, having carried the joke far jouniey »lone. GjmI -help her .-^/i«(a 
enough, the boys fell into si ooting the 
excited rebels, and ceased only when the 
pickets were put out. 

Another correspondent writing since 
the surrender, draws the following graphic 
picture : 

APrKAUANCK OK THK HEAI*. 

They lay in all positions, some with 
musket grasped as though still contending ; 
others with the cartridge in the fingers 



RCHANTS' DISPAtCH. 



y 



OVr.NKD AND MANAOKl) UY THK 

A.iTiei*i<Jaii Express 
Coiiii>an;y- 



On and aflfr thU date, bj upocLU arrangement, 

The iMerchants' Dispatch 



just ready to put the deadly «har^e where 
it might meet the foe. All lero?ity had 
gone. Noble patriots I uninhabited tene- 
ments ! ye rest here now in security ! 
Your portals whence the spirits lleil are 
as calm and pale as moonlight upon snow 
— as though no sweet love had ever wov- 
en for ye myrtle wreathes, nor death 
draped your hearts in ivy — as though 
mirth had never smiled nor sorrow wept 
where all is now silent. War with its 
dangers, earth with its perplexities, ne- 
glect and poverty with their pangs, slan- 
der with its barb, the dear heartbroken 
ones at home — all fail to call ye back to 
strife. A dark and tearful shadow has 
crept over tho land and gathered ye in its 
gloom. O. the tears that will be shed! 
O, the hearths that will be desolated ! 
Eyes will look in vain for vour return to 
the hearths that ye once gladdened, while 
Fame crowns ye with its laurels, and the 
land ol the hereatter welcome ye as "they 
who saved the land. " 

A remarkably sweet and youthful face 
was that of a rebel boy. Scarce eighteen, 
and 18 fair as a maiden, with quite small 
hands, longhair of the pale golden hue 
that auburn changes to when much in the 
sun, and curling at the ends. He had on 
a shirt of coarse white cotton, and brown 
pants, well worn, while upon his feet 
were a woman's shoes of about the size 
known as "four.«." Too delicate wa.* his 
frame for war ; perchance some n other's 
idol. Hia left side was torn by a shell, 
and his lefl shoulder shattered. L'oor 
misguided boy. Hyacinth was scarce 
more delicately beautiful than he. May- 
hap he had his Apollo too. 

Two men who had caught at a fig tree 
to assist thcin u]) a steep embankment lay 
dead at its feet, slain in all probability by 
an enlil.ide fire from the right ; the branch 
at which they caught was still in their 
graep. Some could not be recognized 
by their nearest friends. Several were 
headless — others were armless : but the 
manner of their death was always plain. 
The minie lefl its large, rather clear hole ; 
and shell its horrid rent; the shrapnel 
and grape their clear, great gashes, an 
though one had thrust a giant's spear 
through the tender, (juivering flesh. 

In one trench lay two, grasping the 
same weapon — friend and Toe. Across 
their hands fell a vine, the end upon the 
breast of the rel>el, where it had falKn 
with them from above; the roots still 
damp with fresh earth; upon it was a 
beautiful passion flower in lull bloom aiid 
two buds ; the buds were stained with 
blood — the llower as bright as was the 
day when the morning stars sang together. 
On the faces ol both was the calm that 
follows sleep— rather pale, perhaps, but 
seeming like him of old, of whom it was 
said. "He is not dead, but sleepi'th." 
But ah, the crimson ! All is not well 
where earth is stained with blood. In 
some places the dead were jiiled, literally, 
like sacks of grain upon the shore. 

It is remarkable with what patience the 
fatally wounded, they who already stood 
upon the shore, bore their sufierings. 
Some knew that they could not recover, 
but bore it manfully. Sometimes a tear, 
and a low voice would say, "My sweet 
wife," or "Darling." "Mother." "(iod 
forgive" — a quiver, then all was over. 
Lat us hope that friend and foe alike 
found favor in His sight, where all is well, 

-♦»»»♦ • 

A ftikd Incident of Real Ufr. 



fMrtj Bliniineaa 

The following report of a conversation 
betweOri Mr. A., an intelligent War Dem- 
ocrat of Sandusky county and an illitt?- 
rate " Dimicrat" of Seiieta county, fur- 
nishes a good illustrati()n of the party 
blindness of the day. and explains in a 
degree the facility with which demagogues 
are now leading well-meaning but igno- 
rant citizens to the very verge if not to 
oi)en acts ol treason. ' The. parties were 
old ac(|iiaiiitances, having formerly voted 
the Democratic ticket together: 

Mr. A. John, how are the times in 
Seneca ? 

.John. Oh, pretty hard now, and me 
dinks dey be harder soon aready. De 
war werry bad — great many mans be kilt. 
— more get kilt — daxes high — dey get 
higher soon aready. Ableeshunists make 
much drobles —Lincoln no care for de 
beeples, but only forde nigger. Mr. A., 
you Dimicrat yet? 

Mr. A Oh yes, always a Demo«Tat. I 
never w.as any thing else. John, do you 
know what the Democrats arc going to 
do! 

•Fohn. I ean't tell. 

Mr. A.— Well. I'll tell you. They are 
going to ele<'t Vallandigliam, [John, as- 
M-iiti7i{i — "Ya-as,"] then tln-y'll stiqi the 
war and let Jelf. Davis bring slavery in- 
to Oliio ami all other States [John, 
"Yaw,"] thin we will have no more vot- 
ing, but make J«-lI. Davis our King, and 
then the l)cmo<Tats will have no trouble 
with the Abolitionists, but every man 
can own his nigger, [John, still assenting, 
—"Yaw."] 

John— (Solilocjuizing thoughtfully) — 
,Jelf. Davis for King. I never dinks of 
dat. 

Mr. A. — Oh, yes ; that's what the 
Democrats must go for. 

John — (Still musing) Jeff. Davis for 
King. Vaal, 1 spose so. 1 goes luit the 
Dimicrats. 

Having sufficiently tested John's 
blindness ami party subserviency, A. bid 
him good-bye and left him to cogitate 
over the last stages of Vallandighani 
Democracy. — Toledo Jitnde. 



COpiLiEY, CAT^VTIR. & CO., 

(SticcesKors to Coolft, Towkk fc Co.,) 

WHOLESALE G 11 (; E R S 

AND 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS TN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LK^UORt 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, &r., Jbe., 

NOS 3 & 1 JACKSO.V STREET. BETWEEN LEVEE AND THIRD, SAINT PAUL, MINN. 

Xei'ms -------- CA.su:. 



Will rocfive and forward from tlii^ city to N'l'W 

York and lionloiifrt'iglits ri'ijuiriiig quick 

trau!i])ortutiuu, at 

I^io^ver- litates and in. 
Bettei' Tin:ie, 

Thau can be obtained by any oth'T route or con- 

v«'yaiic<; t'xce|)t the regular Expn'ss, by 

passeiigiT trains. 



In tho Dppartrii'-nt of 

LIQUOR ^^ A.1S r> SEG^\.RS 

Our Stock will bo found lakgk and oomplhtk at all timep.and at pricob to suittLe vl»'ws o 

closest buyers. U«,'cenitK-r I, ivnz 



TIME OUARAISTTEKD. 



All shipmnnts received at door of shli perand dc 
Hvered at destination * 

FREE OF OARTxVGE. 



JUST 

c 



Ti 3^ C !•: I V i: J> -tV T 

PR O AL' S , 



Tlie well known reputation of this l.i.ie in trans- 

l)orting Westwunl bound business, during 

the last ten years, will be 

A SUFFICIENT GL'AKANTKK 

That all eontracts made by If, will be faithfully 
carried out. 



An assortment of Cum Goods, such as 

iiimi Blankets. Ciiiu Pomhcs, ilwm Coats, (ium Talmas <iuui 

Wading Boots, cic, vU\ 

ALSO, ALL SORTS OF LEATHKll TllAVELlNO CONVENIKNCKS. 



January 11, 1S<>:J. — ly. 



li'f 15 



The Merchants' Dispatch 

I* aUo prejwred to offer increased facilities, botli 
intiiceand rates, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our freights are transported by Kmigrant and 

fast Freight Express trains, and handled by 

our own men at all poiius of transfer. 

Clalnia for lionaes au<l ItuiiiHS'f'a will 

l»r proiiiittlj ai1Jn*t«'«l at tliia 

Office. 

For ratef or further information inqnirc of 

J. C. & H. C 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

SUMMER ..^RR A^:XGEM Ih:X T. 

On and after MONDAY, .IL'.VE ir,th, Passenger Trains will run as foUews : 



Leave St 

:45 . 
:30 . 
:00 1 



1) 
11 
5 ; 



Paul. 

.. M. 
.. M. 

'. M. 



AiTive at St. Anthony. 
6:20 A. M. 
:(i5 M. 



12: 



Leave St. Anthony. 

8:0!) A. -M. 
2:0!) r. M. 
0:00 V. -M. 



Arrive at .'^t.l'aul. 



.» 



8: 
2:Co 
C Mo 



M. 
M. 

M. 



Oexioral SiipeviiiteiKlciit- 



aplK tf 



sidewalks with the heaviest silks that the 
toiling artisans of France can send us ? 
To look through plate-glass windows and 
pity the brown soldiers, or sneer at the 
black ones? To reduce the .speed of 
trotting-horses a second or two below its 
old minimum? To color meerschaums ? 
To Haunt in laces an<l sparkie in diamonds ? 
To dredge our maidens^ hair with gold- 
dust ? To lloat through life, the passive 
shuttlecocks ot fashion, form the avenues 
of the beaches, and back again from the 
beaches to the avenues ? Was it for this 
tliat the broad domain of the Western 
hemisphere was kept so long unvisited by 
civilization ? For this, that Time, the 
father of empires, unbound the virgin 
zone of this the youngest ol his daughters, 
and gave her, beautilul in the long veil 
of her forests, to the rude embrace of the 
adventurous colonist? All this is what 
we see around us, now — now, while we 
arc actually fighting this great battle, and 
supporting this great load of indebted- 
ness. Wait till the diamonds go back to 
the Jews of Amsterdam ; till the plate- 
glass window bears the. fatal announce- 
ment. For Sale or To Let ; till the voice 
of our Miriam is obeyed, as she sings : 

"Weave no more silks, ye Lyons Icoins ?" 
Till the gold-dust i.«« combed from the 
golden locks, and hoarded to buy bread ; 
till the fast-driving youth smokes his 
clay pipe on the platform of the horse- 
car ; till the music-grin<lers cease because 
none will pay them ; till then; are no 
peaches in the windows at twenty-four 
dollars a dozen, and i>o heaps of bananas 
and pine-apples selling in the street cor- 
ners ; till the ten-flounced dress has but 
three flounces, and it is felony to drink 
Champagne ; wait till these changes show 
themselves, the signs of deeper wants, the 
preludes of exhaustion and bankruptcy ; 
then let us talk of the maelstrom ; but 
till then, let us not be cowards with our 
purses, while brave men are emptying 
their hearts upon the earth for us ; let us 
not whine oyer our imaginarv ruin, while 
the reversed current of circling events is 
carrying us farther and fartEer, every 



Some of the incidents connected with 
the siege of Vicksburg are highly amusing. 
A great many of thoin are exciting, and 
though we have laid here in the rifle pits 
since the 22d of May, yet the bo^s are 
not tired of the sport. There is just 
enough shooting ^oing on to give zest to 
a mode of life which would otherwise be 
almost intolerable. 

We hare all read a great deal of "ta- 
ble talk," and have found some of it very 
spicy an«l amusing, but I doubt whether 
any would prefer it, reGned as it is, to the 
'•picket talk" before "Vicksburg. Our 
lines arc within a few hundred yards of 
those of the rebels, and as a deep ravine 
intervenes, it is necessary to throw out 
pickets on the side of each hill to prevent 
tlu; possibility of a surprise. By mutual 
consent neither side fires on the otiier's 
guards; and, as they cannot fire leaden 
ones, they amuse themselves by shooting 
pithy, wordy bullets at each other. With 
the two armies as an audience, they keep 
up the noisy battle the whole night. Here 
are some specimens : 

"Federal Picket — 'I say, Secesh, have 
vou anvthing to eat over there ?' 
Secesh— "Plenty." 

Federal — "What's the use of Iving, 
now ; come over an<l get a cup of hot 
cofTee." 

Secesli — "Confound you, you come 
over and gt't Vicksburg. 

Federal found that a stumper. 
Another : 

Secesh — "llello' Yanks, why don't you 
make another charge on us ?" 

Federal — "It's against our principles 
to charge on prisoners.'' 

AX IKISHMAN'h UKrLY TO A TAU.NT. 

An Irishman on duty the other night 
was taunted by tho rebels about the non- 
explosion of our sbells, when a shell from 
tlie Sixteenth Ohio battery bursted im- 
mediately over the loquacious rebel. 

"Blast yo," cried tboiriikmain. "stick 
that in your haversack and stop yer jaw." 

A Vt)8K. 



There are (jueer histories in the world. 
Walking home a few nights ago in a 
drenching rain, up South street, we over 
took two females, composedly moving up 
under the slielt3r of a wide uiubtella. 
The parties were a mother and daughter. 
The latter is about twenty-one years of 
age ; the former cannot be much short ol 
sixty. 

In the Rogue's Gallery is the picture 
of a man named Burkie. The original is 
still in the Eastern Penitentiary. He was 
sentenced lhr«e years ago for the mur- 
der, in a house of ill-repute in Locust 
street, above Ninth, of a constable in the 
ofHce of Ahlerman McMullen. The vic- 
tim was named Johnson. Johnson was 
engaged to be married at the time of the 
murder to a young girl who then lived in 
I a court near Fifth and Christian streets, 
and who lives tl:er« still. Tho young 
man was not worthy of such love as that 
entertained for him by the girl in question. 
A (^uaiTel arose in the house, and a 
stab with a knife in the hands of Burkie 
took effect upon his breast, and he was 
killed. Tho female whom we met in the 
pouiing shower, as above narrated, were 
the girl to whom the murtlered man was 
afTianced, and her mother. The death of 
her lover caused tlie girl to become de- 
mented. She remains in that condition 
to this day. Her form of madness is ttiel- 
ancholia. ' She believes, however, that at 
some time not definitely fixed, between 
the hours of one and two o'clock in the 
morning, by viwiting the scene of the mur- 
der, her betrothed will appear to her. Of 
her mind this one idea has taken sole pos- 
session. 

Every night, for three years past, in 
company with her afHicted motlier, th« 
girl lias visited the locality of the trage- 
dy ; neither rain, snow, cold or heat, has 
ever yet interrupted this nightly vi.sit. 
They take one regular route — up Fifth 
to South, up South to Ninth, and thence 
to Locust street, in an alley running 
from which street the murder was com-" 
mitted. During the whole walk the girl 
talks incessantly tO'her mother, in a low 
tone of voice, and the mother, with burst- 
ing heart, listens patiently but hopeless- 
ly. She knows tlic fruitlcssuess of the 
nightly walk, but takes it that her unfor- 
tunate child may to that extent be com- 
forted. 

They walk to the alley where the sad 
event occurred, heeding no one, and 
(iteadily moving to the house where the 
murderous deed was done. They wait 
there for some minutes, sometimes for as 
much as an hour. Then the girl says, 
"Never mind, mother, dear; he won't 
come to-night. He will be here to-mor- 
row." And the poor creature returns 
hopefully, sometimes even cheerfully, and 
nearly a thousand to-morrows have since 



Cien. Ml|r«l Mt HMrriabury— UU Mp««rrli 
to the Aoldlrrs. 

A letter from Ilarrisburg says: Gen. 
Franz Sigel arrived here this afternoon at 
three o'clock, stopping at the Jones 
House. His arrival has excited the great- 
e>t enthusiasm among the soldiers here. 
In response to loud calls and vociferous 
cheers, (Jen. Sigel addressed the mditi.-i 
from the verandah of the .Jones House, as 
follows : 

Fillme Soldiers— \ would not have ventured 
to e<iiiie here; I would not have ventured to 
adtlress you, 1 mean, >vcre it not lor your un- 
IxMindeii eiitliuf^iiiMn und imi)ortiumte calls. 
Mv I'.ii^Iisli is broken, but 1 think I may be 
able, :U hast, to reiterate the jrloi ions news. 

I Imve l>ccn aiuoii^ all the gallant men of all 
the States now figlitiuff our cneiuicR, and I nm 
>cI.h1 tliat I can njnice with you that our army 
— the army of the Potomac and of the East — 
altlionph sometimes an nufortun.ite annv.has 
finally achieved a triuHii)Ii whieh I hope and 
iM'lievc will very soon end this bloody war. 
(t'hecrs.) 

If every State in the Union had come out 
.<so iM)wei"fally as the State of Pennsylvania, 
I am sure we would Ik* stroiijr, and it would 
not have taken half .«o lou^ to ^'et rid of our 
eiieiiiies. I am sure tliat we will very soon 
strike our enemies in tlieir last stronghold. 
(Cheers.) 

The .\nierie.in Republic is too stron? to he 
defeated — its institutions shall Ik- preserved. 
Our armies which engirdle tlie tiooiiied city 
of Viekslmr},' arc now nearer the heart of 
their object than ever; and soon, very soon, 
that city will have fallen. (liOnj,' continued 
cheering.) 

Rosccrans will defeat his enemy as sure as 
vou have defeated Lee, and the rebels in 
Louisiana will l»e utterly routed. (Cheers for 
Roseerans.) 

And I think that before many days wc will 
.stand Ijcfore the very doors of Riehinond. 
(Tremendous cheering.) 

As he disappeared through the window 
into the parlor the soldiers still continued 
to cheer. 



BLTIBANK &C0., 

Agents. 
St. Paul,.)une iHth. Isfv'.. jel'.t-lin 

T A. BLAKEMANS THE 



A 



NEW JEMELPa' STORE, 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT t-i' 

ve>;t:ri:al dise.a.ses. 




AN]» 



All AflVdions 









['iiiiiirv 
iVc. tVc. 



aiul (uiicrativr^ 



This Institution 
!•> the same u, tliat eniplovi-i 



wa« orranized under a special cliiirtr-r in I-Mi. Tlie method of tmatmf'nf adoj.'ed 
1 iutl'e be-t rp'noii. i,ii}:!Mi ai.d .\unTicaii iHoj.iu.ls. 1 iif ut!'inuiig 




}i'^; a:i<i.raci.vdbva.lv.'ri!sip^'.ju:iek«, -fonm-r sMil-nr. ." and - lK'U.-v,.|..,,t ■a^^... iat...n>, he. 
like itt. r.l (iviale. Vidal, I'.umst. u'l. &.-.. has i...i.i.- li.is br.....h of Sui.u^ry a >fte.ali y ,nr^if-ih<^ 
«r^tte.vuVa d ;,^iveiutientsasgo«d treatment a. t!.. y euulTobta.u .u l--a=t.Tu 



pa 

Ones. 
Tlie oflio( 



isarranpt'll in st^itHratP aparlnicnts 
' • ' ' idc ' • 



Four doors below THOMP.SON & llROTnEK'S 

Bank, and next doorbelim SHAW'S 

Fa'-hiouable Hat t^tore. 

On Tliird Street, 

Can he seen splendid 

SILVER TEA SETS, CAKE BASKI:T>, ICE 

PITCHERS, CASTORS, 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Opnl and Uuby Kings, Solid Oold Ear- 
nings and Pina in sets. 

From #i:> to !^r>o. 

M0»000 worth of SETH THOMAS CLOCKS : 

JUST liECKIVED. 
Those wi'hing to supplv thi'Pis»'lves with a per- 
fect Clock, will buy tho SETli THOMAS 
CLOCK of 

A. bil.akem:aiv. 

X. It.— The Cheap American Gothic Clock, at 
Factory prices. All warranted to run well. 



o that 1bo<e who de.-iro can consnlt the doetor with 
tho utmost piivacv. The In.-tif.ite i> proviUcl wiiha .s>;/-. „„7. /-lorn., usuiinutl.- vital rti]«city.ar.a 

!.tber wailn!" di.soa-..; ;'ab o uu in.p.ov.d ap|.a>aiu- ai,.l all lie.- appUanc.-s for a.;...u>i.-ten..;r .»/.-/..«- 
te.} fmniii'iiTon J!'ifh.<, now >o eilohnited in Europe lor t!;.- euro »<i .-yp! 

V.-hilel prescribe lor a 1 kinds of diseiwes. att.ntion is piv.-n n>or.- u,.,.i ...^ A.c ■ 

S,-p^i.is..i^nitss,aKosM..n..rr:.......Wt^^r^^^ 

f tf'o He.tuiu an.i Anu.-;aiHi ull eoiapiuintt; p.culiar to 

t,r S'tiiiiKi I ir<Yil:ii's.<, for v.hieiniur treatmeul is now adnutted '.«. 

tliat of Lal.eiiiand, of Jlontj^-lii t. 



(. .norrlioM ; i lirrt ; >■ 
Hvdrocelo, or Drojisy of th.' Scrutian, Varieoc 
i:hi'Uiiia.ism, Piles. Ki.-ti.la, uml nisour.'s 
i't mab's. Also, >pennat«nlui 
be evon more suc^•^'?^ful tli 



;.it;c ^l^^^■a^<'s. 

>po«ial!v to the followinp 



than tJiai oi i,ao<.iiiuini, ui jiwui j-i-n- • . « i* 

PATIFNI S AT A OIS I A.NCK— fr.-M'o.i t>\ corres; and .ii.-.-.and Mwhcincs sent under seal to curt- 

«nv ca«f af home Full Darfioidars luiuiflie.l ou apphcaliou by letter. . . _ 

MsTlM- Mstn-.n-nVo jotl. odiiion of our .U-/..W /.•,,.,.,•.'. eontaininK 7" pnge, and i*«inerou. 

e, -ravinVs rentinpon the above disoases; 8.-nt t^ any addre- o„ receipt ot inc.-, U ct». Al>o, in 

,>r.7^7 auri ii..irlv r arh thf -udiditioii of our hu^-'e work ou ^ "'nereal.-urK.T}. 

'^Sfficriu C,.ucert Hall Hloek.near the Post OH-^c. Cns-dtatiou. e:..: W had from 9 A.M. to 1 

r. M. fcundavs >.i to 10 a. M. Al! leiUTb shtulu be dnoct.-n to 

THE GALENIC IN.^^TITUTE, 

(15ox W.) *^aint Paul. Minn-sota 



J>- 



♦ « ♦ « 



OvcenC 



the Supreaae 

Litchllcld, 



JDc^lsleas of 
C«Hrt. 

.\Hx?rt Galloway vs. "Wilffam M 

et al. 

In an action to have a mortsase cancelled, 
in which the mortgagee and another are joined 
as defendants with the asiiij;nce, and wherein 
the plaiiititf seeks to recover the dama^ces 
Hiven by statute against a niortgapei", or his 
assipnis.who refuses t<» dibchurj^eiheniortj^rtf^e 
after the eoaditlons thereof have Ix-en fully 
IKrfoniicd, a general verdict for the plaintitf 
was rendered, assessing the statutory dauiagcs 
a<;aiiist all the defendants. 

HcM, That as their assijmee alone was aii- 
fhori/.ed to give a legal discharge of the mort- 
gage, the vei-dict, so far as it assessed etJttuto- 
ry damages against the other defendants, was 
irregular. 

Calvin Fortnisli vs. Amos 1). .Seward, et al. 

An nttoniey cannot acquire a lien on a.judir- 
incnt except ior si-rviees rendered in the action 
in wliii'li the judpiieiit is rendered. 

The notice of the lien must specify the 
.iniounf. 

The lien con only exist where there h.ts been 
a special agreement as to compensation. 

The lien foniierly given, where there was no 
such special agreement, to the extent of the 
eohts included in the .fiidgnient, is taken away 
l>v the statute which al»olislie<i statntor>' costs. 



A Fi.VE As.soKTMKNT of the Auiervcau 
manufactured Watch adjusted to heat and cold, 
and the moKt |)erfect timer made. A. IH^^VKE- 
IlIAN xelU them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake the place. Be sure that you call in at 
THENKW.1EWEL11Y STOUE. apl)*-ly 



Tj^OSTEU & HARDEXBUKGII, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND _ 
SAIL MAKERS, | 

3fo. 21* South Water Street, C'blcapro. 

Have co'jstantly on hand a large assortment of 

^lanillJt ^ Tarred Rope, 
I>iteliiiitr Ropes, 



THE (HEAP (ASH 5^T0KE A 
LITTLE mUM), 



THE TEOPLE SAY THEY CAN BUY 



DRY GOODS 



A. Little Olieaper iit 

Old Canvass. Oakum. Tar. PItcli, "The Clicap Cash Store.* 



w 



A N T ]•: D ! 



A (Jlrl to Cook, Wash, Sec, in a ^inall family. 
N«ne but a competent person need apply to 

BOOKSTOKE, 



CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TE>T;, A->«-N- 

INGS, WAGON' COVEHS, COTTuN 

AND KUSSIA DICKS, 

FI^A^G^, &:e., Ace. 

Common and Patent ISoist M"lioel«, for build- 
ings, constantly ou baud. 

GEO. V. I-0STI;K. U^*!"^-')) t-. M. IIAUDF.XBUUGH 



J" 



ST RECEIVED 



A NEW LOT OF 



la the 



Jan23 



POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



The State of Minnesota rj. Kichard G. Eno. 

The form of an indictment provideil by our 
statutes, divides the same into two jiarts, the 
accusing clause and the descriptive chiii>e or 
specification of the crime charged. Where 
the crime has a name such as trcaMUi, iimr- 
der, arson, manslRughtcr or larceny, ^e., and 
is Husi-cptible of divisimi into ditiercnt classes 
or degrees, it is sulHeient to «liarge the ilefen- 
dant with the <Tiine by name in the .accusing 
part of the indictment, and descrilw the i»ar- 
tictilar degree or class ol' the offt>nsc in the 
speeiticntion. 

Where a defendant is accused by the grand 
Jury of the crime of larceny, and the specili- 
Vatioti makes out a charge of hirceiiy from the 
ptTson, and the proof establishes the larccnv 
charged, lis to time, place, i)roperty, and all 
the essential features contjiincd in the si)eciH- 
cation, except that it wiis from the person, a 
conviction may l»e had for tlie simple larceny. 
WIhtc the proof fails to Mistain the aggravat- 
ing «-ircumstancPs charged, and leaves the 
crime simple lan-eny, the jury should lie in- 
Htnictcd to si>ecify in their vcnlict the degree 
or class of larccnv in which they tiiul the ih'- 
fcndant guilty. NVherc, however, they in such 
ease render "a general verdict of guilty, the 
Court may in its discretion enter a noffr prose- 
qui as to the greater crime, and allow the con- 
victi<m to stand for the minor otreuso, as all 
grades of the otfense involve a simple larceny. 
This Court will hesitate to pass seufcnce u|Mm 
a prisijiier unless jiosscssed of all the evidence 
taken on the trial. 



TTATCirS BATTALION ! 
RKCRUITS WANTED. 

BOARD I 



» » » • 



Quite an excitement was raiacd a few transpiredf yet each night the girl, with 



— 'I'ho latest news from Barbadocs 
st.ates that a hark loaded with coal for 
the Florida, after a vain search for the 
pirate as far down as the Equator, was 
burnt in sight o( land by her crew on the 
22d ult., to prevent her falling into the 
hatuls of a United States oruiBOr. 



TRANSPORTATION AND 
WILL BE PAID. 



Tlie men will b<< enlisted for^ < hret; years or 
during tho Indian War on our Iroutier. This 
enlistment avoids the draft, which should be a 
great induc<Mn"Mit to those subjeet ti> the same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN. 

Corner of .Seventh and .)acksoii-8ts., 

Jc2j-tf • f^t- I'auL 



AT 



I 



LINEN C A T vS . 

PLAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FIXE LOT OF FIGl'KED 
3XARSIi:iLlv:S A'EST>S, 

All of which we are prei«red to .-ell at 

REDli^EI) PRICES, 

W. H. TE3IPLE, 

mySO-tf IHinO-^X. 

^U.^r5-20 LOAN. 

UBSCRIPTIONS WILL WV. HE- 



S 



VERY LOW PRICES 



AT 



CETVED FOR 
Tliis r»opnlai* Loan 

Lutil farther notice at our offue. 
THOMP.SOX ItlJO'.S, Hankers Ag'ts. 
Jiily ti, 1853. 



jy--2w 



H 



ERK3>ON HOUSE, 



Corner oif Third and Vermillion Street.-*, 

E HASTINGS, - - - IVIIXNESOTA, 

lAttc of tlie .\h'rchinits' Il-ittf, ,tt St. Paul, 
P«OPKlETOi:. 

conveved to and from the 
jeiy-lm 



.a(9- Passengers 
TSciatsfree. 



LAWNS, Pi:iNT.<. HOOP tiKlKT.*^, IJALMO- 
iaLS, CLOTIJS. C■A^.<1MLHES, 

A I'd all kintlsof 

Fancy and Domestic (ioods. 

Whiih we will be glad to show to aiiv ^^iahing to 
purchase. lJeniemL«'r the placf, 

No. 218 Third Street, 

NEXT 1>(K)R TO N. W. EXPRE.<S OFFICE. 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

je.-.-tf 



M 



I L I T A R Y 



Oflicors" Oavalx'x 'Boot^^ 

OFFICERS' RIDING ROOTS, 

Oflicei-s' ZotTaA-es^ 

AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 
or 

1500T Sc HHOE, 

CAS BE FOUND AT 
apl.5tf 



HILPATRICK'S. 



St. Paul, Juuc «, 186.3. 



eff 



T 



O B A C C O 

SNUFI- 



CIGARS, 



PIPES. 



■F. W. TXJCHELT, 



WholctxiUe and Ketail Dealer In Tol>acco, CiffM*. 
kc. Fine Importeit t'igar.x, S >'oking and Cli^w- 
inc TobaooO. Vinv <'ut Chewing, KU)ieriorto Miy 
in the Cliy. Sweet Ilriar Kooi I'ipes. a large as- 
aortment. F. W. TU< HELT. 

Third-dt., near Edgerton'it ilauk, 
myft-ly St. Paid. 



1 /CURTICE & IIALSTED, 

! CIVIL ENGINEERS. SURVEYORS AND 
I ll^sal E«tato AjBTontfis, 

' Office in Mnciuhhi:^ JlhH'I: irasliintjton .Street, 

il tclirt'cit Tliirit aiut J-'Diirih-slx., 

I Will promptlv attend (onnvrrofes»ionnllnn«ine<>s 
I enlrust.'d to thein. From a lonR re.-id.-nee here 
land a tboroupb knowl.-dp.' of the dltj.'n-nt sur 
i vfvs both in the CItv and touutry, we have pr.at 
fa«-ilitie« for executing oer work with corr.>ct:i.'ss 
■ and di.spatch. LaiiH bought and sold. ( ol.e.rtione 
\ made. Taxesi«idfor i.ou resu.eul^at the lowest 

"n.'b.— Drawing InstruinentJiand Paper for s.ale. 
D. L. CuuTira. ap22-3m Johx 1 . H ai.stki>. 



piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICrLTUR.VL WOUKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Pike 'treet*. 
Thic astnb'isbnieut is now in full operation, an 
Lo prt^jiarci lo furuisb all kinds of 
lUOX AXn HKA.>-"^ 

CA.>iiN(is, foi;.^:ng. (fcc., 

at the lowest Eastern rates, viz. Heavy Mill Mft 
inK«. Columns, jiasb weighls, Urate Bars, Sleigh 
sboes *:'*.. tbre.- r»'nts per jHJund. Rr.is# cast- 
inRf, 'llubbit roeial. Jj to .V wnti* per ]>ound. 
i^ailie work $:!.ih> ',i'r day. ['articular alteniio i 
given to Steam Enrine and Boiler work. Thresh 
iug Machine n-paiiiuf; j>roinpiIy aitend.-d lo. 

Steam Engiuesnnd Boilers, rbr»»sliingnincl;ine«, 
new and secoud hauvled, for sale ur exchaui;e 
veiy low. 



St. PAfi,, .tuly 



C.ILMAX 

5!!i, ifwi-.'. 



BUSHNELL. 
dly 



B 



ILLL POSTING, &c. 



.MAXWELL A- OUIFKIX, opposite Brown's 
Block, Tbinl street, will post bill?, announe.' 
ni'*> liners, auction-, niid all niHtt'Ts usually aitund- 
.•d to bv " I own Criers," atund on parfei), o)MUi 
rooms and otlie«'S, and undertake jobs ol white- 
washing in ditlvrent colors. JlO-lm 



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1 INTENTIONA L DUPLICATE EXPOSURE J 

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THE SAINl- PAui^ rji'jLttt?, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1863. 



?;i; $aint 3?iiul jt'rcss, 

♦ ♦-♦.. ♦ 

rUHLISHKDBY TlIK 

PUF«^ i»i»ixriai« co.nPAsrir. 

OKKiCt^-AlJjnlMNU TlIK UKIDGK. 

'r««rui«:-PAn.V l'lJK,S-«— Uv mail, ?-* 00 jmt 
umium, or To- per luonth, inmrLil>lii tn iidniiu-f. 

I'KIWKKKI.Y rUKSS— .*.. p'Ttt'i""""; *--W 
l-,.r>K month--: $1.-.'-. t\.r tlir..-moi»tlis ; livo o..p. 
i..,, t.. on.' aiian'.ss, !f »..>!> fiuU ; toil iU>., *» .-aon. 

WI.KKI.Y ri:KSS— «)ni< copy. om> year, $,: ; 
rt\i«iii- in. in-, •il.r.>«"iu"li; t<'n or 
dvk'**, !»i.<w; twouty 

$l..'K»«M-ll. 



iir luort' 



inori', to one ntl- 
to Olio addi'ODM, 



R.Htort of A-tlveriimns: 
THE l» A I I. Y l> H K 



K M, 



i( llir 



0\w Sijiiani. 

tlin.* ..$o.M) 

«• (iino> I io 

UvK 'i o<) 

wo.'k. :nHt 

■.• wi'fks t (•«» 

tikonlh ■"' i"J 

Pivo iiiontlis* S (K) 

rhi."i> Hi'iitli.H 1" "•" 

Sir .noutlis It 00 

rw'lvo lu.iiiths -O *•« 



F.aoli«(IJ.S'iuaro. 

*o JO 

Td 

1 (HI 

1 N» 

•.• 00 

•.' .".0 

4 CO 

;> ixi 

7 00 

10 00 



M 



gurbauU'^ (Balumu- 

ERCllANTS* DISPATCH 

OWNKDAKD MANAOKD BT 

WMKRICAIC KXPRKS8 CO. 

All ov«ixharK«'!» *<'tU»HJ by J. C. * H. C. Bur- 
bank & to., AKoiitH. 
Ne«' York oUu-", 1 ^, Muriny «treet. 
Bostou oHlce, 6tf Washington street. 
mai- Vdty 

KKOS SUGAR IIOUSK, (iUI.- 

lion ami Anibre, « cholw artlcl«», at 
J. t:. & H. C. iuiKlJAKN A Co.'b 



100 



E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

larifif Hupiilv of Wkhtkk:* Kkmkkvf 
OiikkmK, wUiclt wn o'ffpr lowfor cash, 
|«>H J.C. 



1 Kii-t p.i^'i' ailvortiM'uunts, sii.'oial ami lm»i 
ii—i< Hill ill---. :ia.lHtl\ortisomoiit-'l«>llo\vin)f iinnio 
.!i.u. 1.- iiiior I.K-al iiiattoruu th.' I'oiiith pap-, om-" 
half a 1 liti.Miiil i i ,, 

•J. S-'.- >iiil pa;"'. HUii spi'ii.il plao" ftn<t (toutii.- 
.Miiuini mlNoni"''miMr*,:uul adviTtisoniont^ with 
cat*. iMn' tliini ai\'litii>ual. 

:«. \ tvoriis.iniMiniliaiiitoaMe at pioasuroratoii 
an I'u No. J, aiul «i;'.o p.r annum a.liUtumal for 
olianci-'. ( Vlli'lun;:'^ rantlat looouli por sijiiaio, 
iipii tmailvuniv;c)ari:«tlouili.>l>ooks. r.'ooniK.} 

4. L.xil m>;io s M c.'M's |M'r liii.- lor lu>t t>'>» 
lim'.H o>- umlor, aul liw coiits por lino lor oacli ad- 
«liti(>ii;il lin'>. . ., .,..,, 

."). A IvoriiMMn.Mit* in l»ailv ami « ookly, cm'- 
li:(|r" ii'Miliiniil to til" !>;iilv tato. 

6 A'ivonUoinout!< ill NVookl alono, 7."> wnt* 
por -.,a.iro for li-:-t iu-.-riion, an.l :<;-♦ contK por 
.x.inaro lor iu!«o«pi<'nt insoriions, for any poriod 
wuhiu thnv niontlK: ovor throo months, oiio- 
tiiirtl t"'< tliin luilv rato". 

r. L-jtal an.l (iovorninoiit ailvorti-omontH, ..» 
coii't.' pop sipiaro t'i»i- tho tirr<t iii!<ortioii, and :'.." '< 
com,-, p-rsipiaro for oaoh aililieioual lu'^ortion. 

-. Atri)ruovs o-ilorinir inloj»il a»l\ ortisomoufs 
linloil" »•« ao'ountablo for tho cost of tlio 

u)?rooinont to 



aro r\'\ 



^amo, unl<'-H th.To is a .-"pooial 
char*.' :ho «amo toanotlior imrtv. 
tf. NouaiMMgivouinconm'Ction wUhadvortlsiiig. 



w 

.ir u,-ui<ri> uTM otTpr low 

\H.C.BURBANK k CO 

()F FINE 

iinors and I'igars, wh 
that will insuro .piuW »hIo><, at 



■"oat Oflic*, Mt. Pikul, mvii|ao(4». 

orKK K IIOI'KS. 

On wook dayH tiom r o'clock a. M. to ?>•' o'clock 

I*. M. 

<)u Sunday*, from 12 o'clock x. to 1 o'clock 

P. M. 



P. P. HODGES 



& CO. 



§tg <^iK»di 



Mnmtmtt. 



— I 



nXAMIRB IN 



I 



ORKAT BA.K-GA.IISH 



A LARUE STOCK OF FINE LI 
nnors and I'ijtars, which we otlur at price* 



300 i'.; 



.1. ( . «( U.C. HURBANKjk Co-^ 

ASSORTED WHIS- 



liULS. 

for »»)» at 
J. ('. & II. ('. BITKBANK fc Co.'i 



*)\J\J tor boxoh Kalrtli:*, crop of IS«> , 



j.i. & II. c. blub; 



at 
»K fc Co.'i 



20 



BRLS. STUARTS RES r HON 

fur tablf uiiH at 
C. BUKBANK * Co.'*. 



oy Syrui>, a choioo artleliv 



J. 



U. 



150 



BOXES W. R. CHEESE; A 

urimo article, tt low flguros", at 
.1. C. ft II. 0. BLKBA.NK A Co.'n 

rXCi CUANT'S I'.VTENT FAXNLV(; 

O vy Jlills for lalo at manufacturer'* price*, at 
J. C. & 11. C. BliKUANK A Co.'a 



125 



•t PACKAOES 



af I*. Mi'AiiK.at Minnoapolis.niid Wkimokk 
O'Hkii N, at St. Anthony, will act ii.t AKonts in 
jirciilatingthe Daily I'UKSS iu their ro-spcctive 
town*. 



IIOOA.^^ cV C.V>I17 



ARK STILL OIKEUISO 



ASSORTED 

Fruits, con.-dxting of IMuinx, I'muei*, 
Currantri and I'itron. all now crop, for «al« at 
pricoB to suit tho tiinon. ..»,„^„ , 

J.C'. AH.C. BrUBAXK ACo.'» 

\rOV WIU/fIND ONE OF THK 

1 largest and bo.^t Holcctod ittocks of Grocer 
if* in tho West, at the warohou!»e of 
doc U» J. C. St 11. C. lUKUAN'K k Co. 



pai 



N T E R S ' INKS 



*.l! sorl.-i, kind.s, and colore, from the n-lebratod 
maiiulactorv of .». K. Wa^le, New York, for ialf 



at raanufaciuror'.s prico*, by 
dicl^ J.C.AH.O. 



BUKBANK k CO. 



rUK GRK.VTK6T IXUUCEMEXTS IN TilB 

DRY (;OODS MARKET. 

Our stock of 

DKESS GOODS 

IS rilK MOST ATTKACTIVK IX TUK CITY, 
Comprising all the 

LATEST STYLES 

)F ENGLISH AND FRENCH 

AVoi-!ste<l Oroocls, 

In Checks, Stripo.i, Figure*, and Flaln, 
USLIN AND CHADI DE LAINES, 

Lawns ami Oraaiidies, ku 

Which we are selling at 
Wo have a splendid lino of 

Bradley's unrivalled Hoop Skirts, 

For Ladle?, Mioses and Children ; 

ALSO 

SPnrXG AXD SUMMER 

Which wo make a specialty of, always keeping a 
h.indsome assortment. 

In H li a \v 1 s , 

Wo can snlt the most fastidious, in quality, pat- 
tern and price, hav;ng a beautiful assort- 
ment of 
CHECKS. STRH'ES. AND STELLA 

la the Middlasex, Peacedali», and Scotch. 

We have the 

CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF 

E ^[ B Pt O I D E R 1 K S , 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS, 

Also 

LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TOCOUXTRYMERCUAxNTS, 

We would say that we have a large stock of 

DOME.STICS, in DEXI5LS, STRIPE-S, SIIEET- 

IXE.*^, PRIXT.S and COTTOVADE.>5, kc. 

Which we will soil at a 
HMIA^LL A.i:>VAISCE 

present New York prices for CASH. 

Ilog-an &^ Oamp, 

p-IO-tf H-: Thiid-si 



420 

brauus, at 



BOXES ASSORTED TO 

bacoo, comprising all the favorite 
J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK A Co.'t 



OO 



DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS'J 

steel A.\es. Also 30 doien Red Rlvei 
A.Kos : k!-o -.'5 Uo.xes assorted Blued Tackt, tlrst 
uutditv, at 

J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'i 



I>ECEU'ED ON C0NSIGNMF:NT, 
A l.iHHi P.u NHS Ukikh ?KAtiiK.'<, and 7,001 
IVlxns* DiiiKii Ai-i-LKs*, !o be sold low for cash, 
myiltf J. C. BUKBANK k CO. 



VM) MY FRIENDS & PATRONS 



Ha\ing eng;:ged 
C. ft II. C. llurbaiik & Co., 



.Tiy (lerviced to the Messrs. J. 
c«rnor Levee and Sib- 
ley streets, ; may bo found in the Wholesale Gro- 
oe'r> Departiui'iit, whore it will afford me pleaitur* 
to see mv old customers one*' more. 

\* »• shiiil have a lar^e and well selected stock 
of goods, usuallv kept In our line, on hand, which 
I ros|iootfuily ask you to exauiine Iwfore purchas 
in;:- ols"w here. I liopo to merit for the house a 
portion at least of t>iat patronage you have herf 
colore *<> liberally bestowed upon mp 

A. L. LAKPENTEUR. 



WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 

AKKIVAL ANH UKrAKTURR OK MAILS. 

For l^aCrosse— Eastern Alall— Leaves daily, ex- 
sept Fridav, at Ci a. m. 

Arrives daily, exwpt Tup-itday, at 8 P. M. 

For Minneapolis— leaves dally, exc«'pl Sunday, 
at HA. M. 

Arrives lially— except Sunday, at 4 V. M. 

For Stillwater— leave* dally, exwpt Sunday, at 
7 a. m. 

Arrives d;iily, except Sunday, atf> I*. M. 

For lludsou— loaves daily, exwpt Sunday, at 

6 a. m. 

Arrives dally, except Sunday, at 7 P. m. 

For Maukalo— hia>es daily, exwpt Sunday, at 

10 A. .M. 

Arrives dallv, except Sunday, at alwut Vi H. 
For Northlield— leaves daily, except Sunday, 

at 4 A . M . , , . - 

Arrives dally, except Sunday, at aliout . p.m. 
For Sunrise City— leaves Monday, Wednesday, 

and Friday, at ti A. M. ^ „ . ^ 

Arrives Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 

about 7 V. .M. ' , , 

For Cannon Falls— loav«-s Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 
Arrives Wednesday, at 7 P. M. 
For RtHl Wing— loaves Wednesday, at 8 A. M. 
Arrives Tuosilay, at ti r. X. 
For t'arver— loaves Thursday, at 7 A.M. 
Arrives Wodn>'sday, at 7 v. >i. 
For Cottage (irovo— loaves Saturday, at 1 P. M. 
Arrives Saturday, at VZ .M. 
Malls leaving before 7 o'clock A. M. close at 

7 P. M. 

All others close half an hour Ix'fore the time of 
departing, oxc-pt Eastern which clo.ses at U r. M. 

The postage upon all transient print«'d matter, 
foreign and domestic, and upon all letters, for- 
eign and ilomostic, is now required to be fully 
pre(tai<l by United States postage htamps, exwpt 
111 cases where propavniout on letters, kc, to for- 
eign countries is optional and the senders do not 
wisli to prepay. 

persons mailing letters, newspapers, fcc, 
whether domestic or to foreign countries, should 
therefore ascertain at the olMco of mailing, the 
exact postage in each ca.»e and affix United Slates 
postage stamps of siitllcieiit value to prepay Ihu 
full postage tlnTooii. 

I'll AS. NICHOLS, Po»ltma^te^. 

St. Paul, Xovoinl'or IJ, INij. 

JUST RECEIVED BY 
EXPRESS. 

A beautiful lot of 

ALPACCAS & SARATOGA 

PLAIDS, 

ALSO 
A handsome Ijt of 

I^IOHT I^miVTS, 

HAIR NETTS, 
Gri'aiiicliiie Veils, ^c. 

Which we are offering at 

REOXJCEO PRICES. 

CALL AND SEE THEM, 

AX l-AO Xlilrd Street. 
L. C BXJ»T, 



Standard Parm Machineryi 

A* 

Niools & Deans* Iron Store, 
TUird. Street, 

HT. PACIn--. MKfW. 

Agenti for Brayley A PItt'i Ballklo Threihlng 
Machines. 
>' '• ICuHneii A Co'i MaaaUlon Threshing 

Maciiiucs. 
" •• XlcCormick's Reaper and Mower. 
•' '* John 11. Manny's KeaiK'r and Mower. 
" " Bickford& lluirman's iiraiii Drill. 
" " H. A. PItH k Co*! Chicago Threshing 
Machines. 
Also a geueral stock of Agricultural Imple- 
meuts on hand, to which we Invite the attention 
of lannera aud others willing to puruhaite. 
MCOl-S k DEAN. 
tl45m P. F. UODGKS. 

STAB LISHED 1760. 



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niur^ 



50 



BARRELS 



— OK — 



CARBON OIL. 

ALSO A QUAXTITT Of 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE. 

For sale by J. C. A «. C.BURBANK k Co. 



I*eter HfOi-illai-d, 

Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

lO laad lA Chianib«ra-Nt., 

(Formerly Vi Cliamhers Stre*'t, New York,) 
Would call the uttention of Dealers to the articles 
ot his uuiuufacture, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Macabov, Demlgros. 

Fine Rappee, Pure Virginia, 

Coarse liapp'*e, JKauhltocbes, 

American G^'utleman, Copenhagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey Dew Scotcli, 

High Toast Scotch, Fresh Honey DewScotch, 
Irish Uigli Toast, or f^undyfoot, 
Fresli Scotch. 

«V Attention is called to tho large reduction 
in prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and Mnokiug To- 
baccos, which will be found of a superior quality. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT CHEWING.— P. A. L.. or plain: 
Cavendish, or Sweet; bwet>t Scented Oronoco ; 
Tin Foil Cavendish. 

SMOKING.— Long; No. 1; No. 2; Nos. 1 and 2 
mixed; Granulated; S. Jago; Spanish; Canaa- 
ter; Turkish. 

N. B.— A circular of prices will be sent on ap- 
plication^ marLVly 

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 
'w\lGOS nuBS, sroKEs, bkxtaxd sa w- 

En FKLLOKH, SHA FTS, ifc. 
All of the very best material. Just received and 
otr sale by 
ap:j4 ly 



MCOLS A DEAN. 



TT^ST 



ap1.V3m 



•T. PAl.'!.. 



E. 



RKMINCiTON & SONS, 

Manufacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

Fortlio U. S. (joverninent. 
We also manufacture a variety of 

POCKET PISTOLES, 

(If approved patterns, for both Ordinary and Fix- 
ed Ammunition, together with Rille and Shot- 
t.iin Barrels, (inn Locks, Mountings, and Gun 
.Materials (ienerally. 

»»- Price lists and Circulars furnished on ap- 
plication. .\ililross 

E. nK.ni.irciTo:* * mo^th, 

Ilion, N. Y. 



/^UNS AND PISTOLS. 

Third Street, St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of Military and Sportiog 
Classes, to liis large and well selected stock of 
SHorCil.NS, WKS,M)NS k BALLARD CAI« f- 
R1D<1E KIFLE, SMITH & W ES.SONS', COLT'S 
and others' make of PISTOLS, *c. 

A largo stock of Fisliing Tackle of all descrip- 
tions. 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, made 
to order. 

»y Repairing promptly attended to. 

POWDER, SHOT and CAPS, for sale. 

my31-nm 



RECEIVED. 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Pelloes, fea, 

Also. GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS, 

HAKES AND CRADLES. 

A few casks of 

r»rr"TS BURG- coaIj. 

Aluavs on h<»nd at lowest prices, Wholesale 
and Ritail. Bar Iron, Sheet Iron, Plow Ste»l, 
Spring Steel, Cast Steel, Nails, Spikes, Springs, 
Axles, Bolis, Carriage Trimmings. Thimble 
Skeins. Blacksinith's Tools, Chains, an<l 

Hea,>':r Unrcl-^'are. 

Warehouse 1.^4 Third 8tre«n, St. Paul. 

J. J3. B»AX>E]V. 

apl7-ly 



DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 
D. W. INGERSOLL & €0., 

Are Just receiving their third purchase of 
Spi*iner niMi Summer 

jy Tt ^Y OOOI>S, 

Bought at the recent 
PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

And offer to their old customers great bargains in 

Ladies' I>ress Groocls, 

ta follows: 




T6 AND S^OeV. 



DP. ^W, IVICHOLH, 

General Insurance Agent. 

11<5~M. E, 

OF NE W HA VRN, QONNMCTICUT. 

LOUILLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NIAGARA, 

OF XKW YORK CITY. 



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Miarine Insixrance. 

PHOENIX, 

OF liROOKLYN, NEW YORK. 

L IF^E, 

UTUAL JiENEFIT 

OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 



OrPICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STORK, 
iiiyC dly Third street, St. Paul, Mln. 



AT 



F 



LOUR 

At Wholesale and RetaU. 



2,000 
1,000 



do 



do 



J. 



WATSON WEBB, Jr., 

Successor to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WHOLKALK DKALER I!f 



c 



ASH! CASH!! CASH!!! 



jel4-3m* 







DKNTISTRY. 
DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 



DEN^TAL ROOMS IN 
"Wiiiwlo^v House, 

OFFICE HOURS FRO.M S A 

jt't-'iin 



M. TO 
Mt. Anthony. 



; p. M. 

min. 



%tm\ %t^\\W. 



ft CE.irTS. a CESTTft, ft CESTT*. 

Paidfor good No. 1 Cotton Rags. Fourcentslor 
the best kind of olil white paper, an<l old bookJ 
of any kind, and will send to any part of tho city 
for them, if you leave vour orders at Davenport's 
Book .ritore, Putnam's, P. O. Box JW.:, or at 
West's, on Robert street, next to Third. 
marHtf .1. WE.ST. 



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SALE 






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ORICiAGE SALE.— DEFAULT 



W AritES GOOD TiMUKU LAMP, including aiiout 
1-' acres of very good meadow, and a >mall house ; 
saitl land Is about half way iMnwoen St. Paul and 
St. Anthony, and '4 mile north of State f.'ojid, 
and aliout tie- same distance iiorth-ea.it of the 
Railroad. For terms of sale apply to 

H. L. MOSS, Esq., 
at his office near the Bridge, 
je5ft-1m* St. Paul. 

OROVER. &, ba«:ek-'s 

CELEBRATED NOISELESS 

SEWING MACHINES. 



Foreign Vines, Brandies, 
G^ I isr s , &c. 

Cognac Brandy, 

Rochelle Brandv, 

Jamacia anci St. Croix Rum, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine Old Bourbon ^Vhlskey, 
Kyo and Monongahela Wliiskcy, 
Old ijueens Port, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Sherry Wine, 
Madeira Wine, 
Scotch Ale, 
I,on(lon Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and Still Catawba. 

Drake's Catawbi and I'lantatlon Bitters, 

Having connect^a Rectifying with my business 

I am prepan'd to furnish Common and low 

priced Rye aud Bourbon Whiskies at the lowest 

cash prices. 

my 1» J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

T^XPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 

SI. ANTONY AND MINNEAPOLIS 

T-^vlee I>«il.v, 

Leaving St. Paul at 11.30 A. M. and 5 P. M. ; re- 
turning anivoat ft.35 A. M.andn.30 p. M. Pack- 
age!, weighing M lbs. or less, and not exceeding 
|t50 in value will be carried for tk.N «-e.\ts, and 
del'ver<«d at owner's doors. Particular attention 
will l>e paid to filling orders. Purchases will l-e 
made at best rates obtainable and no charge made 
for such services. 

Express matter for St. Cloud and all interme- 
diate points will leave St. Paul, Mondays at .5.4.'> 
A M. and Tuesdays %aA Thursdays at 5.UU p. M. 

joKWlf J. C. BURBANK A CO. 



1,000 yards best quality Mozamoique. 
striped Lenas, at 25 cents. 
Plaid Arsolinas, ^ cents. 
800 do black and white Challles, :tO cents. 
1,000 do striiied Plaid aud Mode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SH.KS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

English & American Ginghams. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

O A.LICOES, 

Some as low as 15 cents. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer great 
bargains. 

Ladles' Oollars, 

Embroidered, Linen and Ruflled. 
BAREGE AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from 12>aCto $1. 

In Grloves and IIoisie»^, 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemea. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS, 
" BRADLEY'S " Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadcloths, Cassimeres, 
Ladies' Cloakings, and Men's Wear of a'.l kinds. 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
on Cloth Covers, &c. 

We will sell at prices to deft competition. All 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
wUl find this the beat place to buy for cash. 

r>. W. Ingrersoll Sc Co., 



1 



Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT THK 

Cannon Fall«s Miills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANT OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at ttie 

FLOUR WAREHOUSE 

OF 

C. M:. BI1003IE, 

Thlrd-st., between Jackson and Robert-sts. 
jaT>31-ly 



NEW YORK PRICES. 



SO per Cent. Saved 



BY 



BUYING YOUR SHOES 



AT 



BROWN'S 



I^TEAV^ STORE 



113 Third Street, 

One block above the Merchant's Hotttl. 
Je5-y 



rpo 



my26-tf 



ST. PAV'Ii. mKS. 



T 



HIRD STREET PROPERTY. 



On 



1S63. 1863. 1863 

j^itinmerr A.rrjing:cmefit. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CARHTINO THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

A!TD THR 

XJiittetl States Miail. 

The roads are well stocked with first class 
hors's. Concord Coaches, with careful and exiie- 
rienced drivers, all under tho control of compe- 
tent agents. 



m'HKniTLKOF nKPARTWRKS FROM 8AIJIT PAUt 

For .Stillwater— I)i»il> . at 8 A. M. 
For Shakopee, Joidon, St. Lawrence, Bellr 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse flp 
Hioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at 4 o'clock 
A. M 

For Rosemonnt, Cnstle Rock, Northfleld, Can 
non City. Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls and 
Owatoiina, connecting at Owatonna, for WiltO" . 
St. .'.lary's, Winnebaoro Agency and .Mankato 
Also for Rice Lake, Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, ChaiUeld, and Winona— Dalh 
at 4 A. .M. ^ . J 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlanda 
.Monticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and St 
Cloud— Daily, at 3 A. M. 

For Sauk lUpids, Belie Prairie, Fort Ripley an<l 
Crow Wing— Mondays, Wednesdays and Fil 
days at •'» o'clock a.m. 

F<»r Richmond, Sank Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa, Pomwe do Terre, Breckinridge, For" 
Ab'Tcrombie — Mondays and Thursdays at ."5 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, with coann-tlons for Supenoi 
and Baytield— Mondays Wu-lnesdays and Fri 
days, at 7 o'clock a. m. 

For further particulars Inquire at the General 
Offloe on Tiiird Street. 

J. C. BURBANK t CO. 

ap.il-dly Proprietors. 



lias been made in the conditions of a certain 
inr>rt;.'age executed by John R. Irvinu and Nancy 
Irvine his wife, mortgagors, to William H. Ennis, 
mortgagi'o, bearing date, and duly acknowleilgeil 
bv said iiiortgagois, on the 2Mli day of August, A. 
i>., l».V.), which saitl mortgage contains tho usual 
power of sale to Uie mortgagee and liis assigns, 
and WIS dulv lilt>« lor roconl in the ollico of the 
li'ogister of Deeds of the county of Ramsey, Im 
tho .State of Minnesota on the third dav of Octo- 
hor, A. 11 IN^'J, at one o'clock an<l forty-five nifn- 
nfes I'. M., and was thereupon duly recordo<l in 
said office, in Book " P" of Mortgages at pages 
4i">.-., 4isi and W ; which said mortgage was g«von 
to securi" the i)avm»*ni of live thousand two hun- 
dred and fifly-o'ne dollars and tliirtyUve cents 
(?<o,J."»l.:!">-lOO) and Interest according 10 the con- 
dition of two certain promissory notes made by 
said John R. Irvine, puyablo to the order of said 
morigagee, and Iwarinp even dale with said mort- 
gago, and there is chimed to t«' due. and is actn- 
all> due and uiiimld, upon said notes and mort- 
gage, at the date ot this notice, the sum of six 
ttiousand six hundred and seventy-two dollars 
an<l tiftv cents ($(•>,•>;•-• ."lO.) 

And the said mortgagee did, on the 20th day of 
Novoinhor, A. M. IM'i, pay certain delinquent 
taxes upon tliemortgagetf premises, to the amount 
of *»r."> '.h;, and flld thereafter, on the rtlst day of 
.lan'iary, A. i>. I'm''-*!, pay certain other delinquent 
taxes upon said promises to the amount of ;>7l.:tO, 
for whiih sevi-ral sums he has taken and now 
holds rocoiiits of the person autlionzed to rewive 
such taxes, and which sums with interest from 
tlie day of the payment thereof respectively, at 
the rate of twelve per cent, per annum, (amount- 
ing at this date to the sum of *.")r7.:t:i), the said 
inortgagt-e will claim, and colle<a with and as jmrt 
of the amount secured by said mortgage, making 
the entire amount claimed to ho due at th" date 
of this iioti"'e for principal and Interest upon tlie 
said mortgage, including the sums so fiaid for 
taxes with inten'st thereon to this date the just 
and full sum of $7,V4'J Kl. 

And no suit or proceeding at law has been insti- 
tuted to recover the debt secured by said mort- 
gage, or any part thereof; 

'I'he mortgaged promise « are described as fol- 
lows, viz : All those tracts, piocos or parcels of 
land situate ami lying In Ram«ey County, Mlnne 
sola, known and dowignateil as lots nuinliered 
thirteen (i:i) ami fourteen (14), in block nnmt>ered 
forty-six (111), of Kice ft Irvine'it Addition to St. 
Paul; also lots niimlx'red twelv«'(l-') and thirteen 
fit , of block numbered sixty-nine (•W.,l«ts num 
bored one (I), two (>), tiiree (3), four (4), six (••), 
seven (T), eight («), nine ('.ij, ten (10), and eleven 
(II), in block numbered soyonty-one (71), and lots 
numbend one (1), two (•), three (3), four (4), live 
{:,), »ix (<■.), seven (7), eight (■*) nine ('.I), fen (10) 
eleven (II), and twelve (I'/), in block numbered 
sevi'ntvseven (77), of Dayton ft Irvine's Addition 
to St. Paul, according to th<' jilats or m;ips of t>ai<l 
Additions respoctivoly, of record in the o(Bc«' of 
the Register of Deeds of said RaiiiM'v county. 

.Now, therf fore, notice is hereby given, that by 
virtue of the power of sa'e in said mortgage ci>ii- 
tained, and pursuant to tlie statute in Mich case 
nnde and nrovlded, the said mortg:ige will be 
foreclosfd oy a sale of the said mortgaced premi- 
ces at public veniiue. to tho liighi-Ht bliltier, at the 
front door of the Court Mouse, in the citv of 
Saint I'aul, in said county of Ramsey, on Satur- 
day, the zUxU dav of July, A. n. lHiU,at ten o'clock 
in the forenoon of that day. 

Dated St. Paul, .lane 10th, A. P. l«Vl. 

WILLIAM H. ENNIS, Mortgagee. 
BioELOW k Dalrtmi'I-k, Attorneys for Mort- 
giig,.t>. • wj«10-7w 



MAKING BOTH THE 

Qrovor & Baker and tho Lock Stitch 

PRICE MO AXn t'PWARUM. 



FIRST PREMIUMS in Illinois, Ohio, Iowa and 
Michigan. 
Parties purchasing machines of the GROVEK 
fc BAKER S. M. CO.. can have their choice of 
machines making eiilier stitch, and change if they 
desire to. The oiilij rnmpinnj itbti' to ojft'r *urh 
iniliirenirntx. They also otVerto the public at the 
extremely low price of 

Foi'ty-Five l>ollai*s 

A Straight Needle Lock Stitch Machine, 

Suitable forTa'lors and Family use. This machine 
Is of litrge si-.r, rupiil.'initr »iinpl<' a»'l far snfie- 
rior to the shuttle or lock stitch machines here- 
tofore sold at $:.'> to iltsj. 

tl^ Northwestern < MHc» Third street, opposite 
Ingersoll's Block, St. Paul, Minn. . 

P. S.— Plain and Fancy Stitching done to order, 
[jelti tjan 1] 



FOU SAJL.E, 

THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, 
viz: 
t>ne lot in block 11, W^hltney A Smith s Ad- 
dition. 

l»ts 4and 5 in block 5S, and lots 14 and 15 in 
block «», in Irvine's Enlargement to Rice & Ir- 
vine's Addition. 

Lot in block 'i"?, lot 9 in block 55, and lot i> in 
block ."><! in Rice ft Irvine's Ad<lition. 

A lot "n Ihivton Avenue, a»ljoinlng the proper- 
ty of Maj. Ciillen, loo feet front. 
■ Lots 7 and h in block il, St. Paul Proper. 

There are valuable Iniproveinents on said last 
two mentioned lots, consisting of a stone store 
on Wabasliaw-st.,and atirst-ciasR dwelling house 
on Fourtli-st. 

riielib >ve property will bt^ sold on lilx'ral terms 
as to cash and credit. 
Inquire at the office of 

^PE^CER ft CARVER, 
Ingersoll's Block, orof 
GROFF k BAILEY, 

under Tliompson's Bank. 
Iff Rooms to rent in Irvine's Block. 
St. Paul, June rid, IWWl je4-3m 



Lot 2, Block 22, Rice & Irvine's Addition— corner 
lot, 72 feet front on Third street and 150 feet on 
Hill street, adjoining Hope Engine House. Will 
be sold low. 
TERMS— Part cash and part credit. 
Apply to D. COOPER, 

apiotf Irvine's Block 

rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

JOHN BURNHAM, Proprietor, would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he ha« 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of JacksoB and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodation t)f travelers, where he will be hap- 
py t^ see his old friends, and all others who may 
favor him with their patronage. The house is 
only two blocks from the steambf>at landing and 
railroad depot. Baggage « ill be carried from and 
to the boats /rcr of chnrge. Table supplied with 
the best the market aflords. Good stabling at - 
tadied to the premises. 

St. Paul, April 9.18(«: aplMy 



r^ W. WOOLLEY, 

*JX>WER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 
IT'OR'W-A.rilDrN'G- 

AKI) 

Commission IMercliant, 

DEALER IN GROCERIES 

GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, fcC, AC, AC. 
awd 

agent for thk 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AXD 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul. 
Boston, New J:ngland, Montreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St. Paitl, 
Janl-dly For 

DR. DkMONTREVILLE, 

DENTIST, 
(Office In Frencli's Block,) 
llilrd Street, oeiar tta« P»«« OIBce, 

SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA 

Jan2«-ly 




F 



ARMING LANDS FOR SALE. 



In Hennepin, Ramsey, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Counties. Also Lots in St Paul, Miuneapo- 
lis, and St. Anthonv; all ot which I will t^eli at 
Low Prices and on favorable terms of payment. 

, Enquire of 

f ^ P. P. WINTERMUTF, 

je21 at office of Horn, Lund & Galusha. 

TTV C. GREENLEAF'S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 



PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 

U8ETH<C 

r>A.ivi>Ei:.ioiv 

AST D 

Wild diei-r:^ :Bitter«. 

In Pint Bottles, price .SOc; in Quart Bottles, 7&c. 

These Bittern are composed of the best Koou, 

Barks and Herbs known, aud peculiarly adapted 

to the immediate cure of all diseases produced by 

an inactive liver. 

Daudeliou and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE SICK HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CUKK JAUNKICE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE I«i)lGEST10N. 
Dande'ion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE COSTIVENESS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

<;lre hkakt burn. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE WliAKNt^bS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cheiry bitters 

CURE LOST APPETITE. 
Dandelion and Wild Clierry Bitters 
CURE A<iUE, 
In its worst forms. They perform the.ae euros 
simply, by one office, regulating the liver. 
For sale bv dealers in Medicines, everywhere. 
.S. HUNlINGIXiN, Proprietor, 
Farmersturg, Clayton County, Iowa. 
For sale bv E. H. Biggs, H. W. Robinson, Paul 
Rflger, .St. Paui;S N. Wickersham, Charles Ben- 
son, L. Weinand k Ci>., and S. Ed ards, Whole- 
sale Agent, Winona; Charles Hawley, Chatfleld; 
D. B. Stout, Preston; S. Y. Hyde, FiUmore; 
Charles Morrill, Marion; Capt. Mills andJ.D. 
Bunce, Pleasant Grove ; S. B. Robinson, General 
Wholesale Agent, address CUattield, Hin. 

Also— Huntington's Writing Fluid; Howe A 
Stevens' F'amilr I've Colors ; \ an Dusen's \\ orm 
Confections; Van Dusen's .Magical Blueing; Al- 
den's Condition Powders; lalman fc Collins' 
Concentrated Extract ot l,emon ; Talman ft Col- 
lius' Leathtr Preservative: Dutclier's Dead shot 
for Bed Bugs: Sle-jiHiS l.ighniinp Fly Killer. 
DAY * JE.%K», St. Paal, 
iny27-ly Witolesaje and ReUU AgenU. 

A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

SCrTHE.^, SNATH.'!, FORKS, HOES, CUL- 
TIVATORS AND PLOWS. 

CORN PLOWS on hand and for sale at the 
owest market rates. 

joS-tf NICOLS, DEAN ft CO. 

PRING TRADE. TO THE MER- 

CUAXrSOF THE NORTH-WEST. 
We respectfully invite you to examine our une- 
qualled Miscellaneous stock of 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, YAN- 
KEE N»)riONS, W<K)LEN GOODS, 
HOSIERY, CKO< KERY, CHINA, 
GLASS, CUTLEkY, PLATED 
GOODS, ETC., ETC. 
No house in the country offers bett«r indnoe- 
ment« in goods and prices. We have every fadl- 
ity and are prepared to sell the Best Cash Trade 
at a profit below Eastern figures. 

♦^Special attention paid to all orders aooom- 
nled wlUi money or references. 

BOVTE^V BROITHERS, 
Aaa|»*rtera aMil Jo b>T »» 
Nos. Ti, 7i and 76 Lake St., Chicago. 
mSl-ly. 



S" 



Tlalrd Street. 




SalBt Paul. 



F. 



C. LIGHTE & CO. 



Dr. T. 1>. SIMONTON, 

DENTIST, 

Ingersoll's Block, Bridge Square, St. Paul. 
g^ Teetii inserted in the uest style on (iold. 
Sliver and Vulcanif*. JeV» 



J. 



H 



.B Y E U S 



ipLOEENCE SEWING 
MACHINE AGENCY. 

Directly opposite Stees' Furniture Store, 

Tliira Street, 

Makes voru distinct srirriiKs on one and the 
same machine, all of which make the seam alike 
on both sides of the fatiric. 

It combines all the good <pialities o<" other first 
class .Machines, an<l j.ossosses many advantages 
over any and all of thom. 

It is the most simpe and PRKFKCT In its con- 
struction of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers so great a raiiirr of work. 

tr^ It itrirx Sir ^^r h'.iiiht thickinnnr* itf Full 

Cloth liotrii to thf fiiKul/nliric, with fjnal facili- 
ty, trilhoilt rhiniijc ofuimion. 

FEEDS TO THE RKillT OR LEFT. 
No difficulty experienced in sewing across thick 

seani. 

Runs more oulet than anv other Machine. 

They are the FASTEST SEWERa In the 
WOKI.D. 

A child o' ten years can 

AD.JUST JHE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an experien<-ed o|M'rator. 
They give universal satlsfaciiou whereverused. 
I he most inexixTienced can work them per- 
fectly and with ease. 

They range in jirice from I'i-T to $115. 

EVERY MACHINE WARKAN rED..«* 

Ilemmers and all necessary tools included. 

O. W. BAhCOt^K, Agent. 
»yI5 cor. .Id aud Minnesota sts.. St. Paul. 



MAIfUfACTlTRKR ARD DEALKR Uf 

COPPER, SHEET IRON AND TIN WARE 
OPPOSITE THE nte CLOCK, 

JACKSON STREET, ST. PAUL, MlnaaMt*, 
iiov14-d*wl» 



CENTRAL 

ROAD. 



RAH. 



A/flCHlGAN 

Groat Central Route 



V.IS p. HB. 



G 



REAT RARGAINS. 



The best liargain one can make In anything Is 
to purclia-^e !* First Class art*ole at a low rate. 
This is the sort of barK-alns A. H. WIMBISH is 

giving his customers every day, at his tJrocery 
tore, on Jackson-street. Je'M-tf 



To New York, New England and the 

Canadas. 

Onandafter SUNDAY, April lOth, 18«3,tralns 
leave the (ireat Central Union Depot, fbot of Lake 

street, as follows: 

7.30 a. isi.— Day Express (Exoept Sundays) 
arrives at Detroit at d.W P. M., 
8u "pension Bridge at rtOOA. M., 
Albany, 3.00 p. m., New York, 
8. 6 P. M., Boston, 11 15 P. M. 
.— NlBht Express (Except Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit at «.06 A. M., 
Suspension Bridge, 4.50 P. M., Al- 
bany. 4.s5 A. M., New York, 10.15 
A. M., Boston, '2.20 p. M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroad, leave 
Chicago at 7.:W a. .m.. Mall Train ; 7.15 p. M. Fast 
Express. 

The'.lSP.M.tralnleavlngChicagorunsthrough 

to ('Incinnati without change of cars or baggage. 

BUTTAN'S P»TENT VENTILATORS 

On Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on Niyht Trains. 

Bainr<Mr*' Ckecked Tkroafrh. 

.^ Through tickets for sale at all I>rinc1pa] 
Railroad Offices in the West, at the General Offiw, 
corner I^ke and Dearborn streets, f under the 
Tremont House,) Cliicago, and at tl«| Depot. 

R N RICE, General Suiiertntendent. 
li.C.WENTWORrH, 
myS-t f Genl Western Past. A g't, Chicago- 



(Late Lightc & Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacttirers, 

421 Brooine.St., STew York. 

SECOND BLOCK EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LIGHTE, the original founder of this 
well-known Establishment, Senior Partner, and 
onlu Practical Piniio- Forte Maker of the late 
firm of " Lighte & Bradburys," having retainml 
his Two-Tliirds Interest in the whole business 
stock, materials, ftc, and Sole Proprietorship 111 
his r«/"«''/c /'rt/ew/s, inclusive of his celebrated 
PATENT INSULATED IRON FRAMES, is the 
only one who can m.ike the SUPERIOR PIANO- 
FORTES for which this liouse has been so popn- 
lar. «^ All infringements on his rights will l>e 
prosecuted according to law. 

^j-All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted p<»rfect in every respect for five years. 

LlHKKAL TERMS TO DKAI.1:US. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 
ap28-3m 4-Jl Broome-St., New York. 

OIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Indemnity can be had. 

steps are being taken by the Government to as- 
cerUui who have suffered loss in property, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have allthe necessary forms, and 
are possessed of superior advantaijes for having 
these claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give special attention te 
Buoh as are placed in their hands. 

SMITH ft GILMAN, Attorneys' 

St. Paul. Sept. 2 4. \mi. 

p EO. E. SCHNABEL. 

In Maffets Castle, corner Jackson and Fourth 
street, 

DEALER IN 

GKOCERIES, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps consUntly on hand the choicest Brans of 
Flour, Nice Leaf Lard, Lamb's Sugar Cured 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Corn, Com Meal, Data 

and Bran. , . 

He has made arrangement* to receive, two or 
three -imes a week, from the country, the cholc- 

""g^I delh eVed to .-Ul parts of the city, free of 
charge. '""^^- 

8" TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 
OF RAMSEY— District Court, for Second 
Judicial District.— ss. 

t U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orig- j 
I inal Process, 6(1 cents. S 

Ira BIdwell, Plaintiff, against Joseph Daniels, 
DeWltt C. Taylor, and Henry L. Moss, De- 
fendants —Summons. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To thf abort named Dtfendanta < 

You and each of vou are hereby summoned and 
requiretl to answer the complaint in this action 
wliich complaint is on tile in the office of the 
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy of .vour 
answer to the said complaint on the siibscritjer. 
at his office in .Saint Paul, .Minnesota, wiihiu 
twenty days after the service of this summons 
upon you, exclusive of tlie day 



The ladies and geutlemen ot this citv and vicin- 
ity, are Invited to call and examine the 

LAJIGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OF KEW STYLES OF JEWELRY, 

Oold and Silver Watches, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WARE, PLATED WARE, 

DIAMOND GOODS, 8ILVER TEA SETS, 

Castors, Cake Baskets, Gold Chains, Rings 
ThimUles, aud everything else pertaining to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

My goods were purchased exclusively for cash 
from the largest wholesale houses in the Union, 

and are for sale at the 

T.O\VEST PRICES. 

All goods warraned precisely as represented. 
Cash pai«l for old Gold and Silver. A full supply of 
WATCH MATERIALS always on hand. 

Agent for Seth Thomas' Clocks, also agent for 
the celebrated 

American "Watches. 

Particular attention paid to repairing every 
description of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry in 
the best possible mann !r. We manufacture all 
kinds of 

HAIR T%^OItK 

Or anv other pattern of Jewelry, kc, in our line. 
All work will be done promptly in a workman- 
like manner an^ bkitkr than any other es- 

TABLISHMK>T IN THIS SfrriON OK THi: CHtTN- 

TKV. All ord'=rs by letter or otherwise will re- 
ceive prompt attention. 

All kinds of new wheels and new parts of the 
watcli manufactured for the trade at a reasonable 
discount. 

Store in Greenleaf's Block, opposite Concert 
Hall, near the Po.st 0""e. 

apstf. D.C.GREENLEAF. 



Chicago ^ixtxXwxattiX$. 

SAUNDERS" BRa'& "CO. 



wholesale peaiocbs nt 



BOOTIS & SHOE^, 



IVe. «S lAke Street, Cklcaff*. 



We have In store and offer to the Trade a very 
DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 

AND SHOES of the best styles, selected several 
months since, before the late advance In goods, 
which we will sell 

LOW FOR CASH. 

Sliort A-pproved Credit. 



m31-<'>m 



SAUNDERS, BROTHER A CO. 



•i» lAke Street. 



Wheeler & Wilson's 




BOOK AMD JOB PRIKTIHG. 



I 15,000 



The I*i-ess r'rinting' Co. 

In order to keep pace with their rapidly increaj^- 
ing business are constantly extending their la- 
cilities for Book and .lob Printing. They ha^e 
recently introduced Steam into their establish 
ment, and put up another of 

HOE'S L.\RGE CYLINDER PRESSES. 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS, 

TOSTERS, PROGRAMMES, BILLHEADS 

BLANKS, BILLS OF LADING, 

CIRCULARS, 

And every other description of 

PLAIN AND ORSAMENTAL PRJSTINO 

At moderate rates and at short notice. 



BOOK BITVI>E»Y 



Aim 



Blank Book Manufactory. 



ill this country 



iii.iki 



Rotatins 



life 



Of thom '.a u 
and Europe. 
TLes.« are I'lo only machines 

the Lock Stitch wi.a the 
Hook. 

Are profitable avA available 
tlmo. 

Equal to ten seamstresses. 

An annual dividend of loo to 510 

per cent, (on their cost) inny be olilained in 
u^, — bv their possessor. 

The Class Cioth-Presser, (so popu 
lar.) can only bo iiad with thcae Machines. 

jir. yi. jroM^'MOnr. Atr^Mt, 

jy!4 2t>l Third street, St. PauL 



of such servic*', | 
and it' you fall to answer the complaint within | 
tiie tlmeafon-said the Plaintiff In this acfon will , 
take Judgment against yon for the sum ol two I 
;hous«u.f.nd sixty dollars, with Uteres hereon j 
from the lOlh dav of S-pteml)er. 1ni,, at the rate 
of seven per cent, per annum, besides oosu and 
disbiirsementa. 

LHtU'd saint Paul. Minn., June lOth, IWB. 
GtlO. L. OTIS, Plaintiff's Attorney, 

jpl4.Avr of J-alnt Paul, Minn. 



F 



OR THE CARS 



Our Omnlbusses will run to and ftvm th« pria 
dpal Hotels and Boats In connection with tM 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACITIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggace wiU be called for In 
an wer to orders left at the Amerioan, Interna- 
tion '1 and Merchants „,or at our offloe^ 

Jy;j J.C, 



BURBANK A CO. 



The Press I*i-intinfl: Co, 

Have in successful operation th»larrest and a»©»t 
comp'ete Bindery ill Minnesou, embracing the 
ate?t and most improved machinery. Employing 
only competent and careful workmen. ai;d using 
the best ^-aterial, the>- hope to oontlaue to glv« 
satisfaction to all. 

PAPER ruled" TO ORDER, 

AND TO ANY TATTERN, 

LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNAL", COM- 
MERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KIND, 

MAI>E IN THE BEST MAXNBB. 

Old. Boolis ITe-BoiMiid 

MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, 
MUSIC, Aco., &»-. 

Boimd in Any Style D«iired, 

From the lowest priced work to thm ki|0iwt atyl, 
1 of the art. 



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THE SAINT t»AaL PRESS, THURSDAY, JtTLY 1C. 18C3. _ 



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T BLE O IT Y. 

"ilAvr CATTI.K ~*xi»~MahkkT8 --Tlie 

ilrv season is stimulaiiuf,' evcrylHHly to secure 



Arrivals at the Hotels. 



WKMNKHltAY, .'illy H. 

MBltCltAXTII. 

V H ftcnton, Wvoming; A«u Hrown » hoh ; 
\\ \V nix»'>, Ne«iH>rt; 




M;...i' -<nii. aii.l WiMoii^in r:ui.s,'os nvi 
neftTchfJ »>>' cxpericmvil iuiiH>vs aiul Ki'oU»- 
Eisto. ai»a tlu' west end of Uikv Sninrior is 1«v 
ten per i-cnt. n better ea:ilenimkett..-.lav than 
Ohiciipo or Milwaukee. 

The people of Minnesota nm^t supply that 
I*ko market, or sutfer millions of tax on ItoeT 
rorpltw ore* railways east. 

ThK KKAt. E^iTAT K Bl-8INK>t» — We 

hear every dayof sales Of Real Kstate for casl,. 

indicating that the market i. protty bri^k. 

Those having i,'oo<i piH.perty for >ale at muIi 

terms as to attract puiehaM-rs should adver- 
tise 1-. You may wait a year and not hml a 

cnstomer. when y.>t. oould secure one ina diy. 

probably, by an expenditure of a iVw dimes. 

Those wishing to pur.hase residenees. tanns, 

&.O.. should by all menus advertise. They 

thus have the piek i>f tlu- whole market, and 

ean make splendid bar-ain-^ probably s,vvinK 1 gf^amboat and River NeWS 

several hundred dollars by the paynutit ol one »«««*" 

or two. ^^ .||,p \f[f\ yff^^ ti„. „„iy arrival yei«t»'rilay. 

She onini! Into port in the evi-iiiiiKi with a nuiu- 
Iht ofpassi'iiijirs and a m»ll. The .\rlel will hf 
the moriiiiifr packet down. 
From tht< hhakop«'e ArRU!*, 



<l,ici'iinatl; l-Kroinmer, ^tiliwatt>r; S t; Wil- 
kin, Keokuk, low*. 

.1 K < U'V.Un.l. Mankato; W (iTIark. St J-""!'; 
Urn.- .Stapl*-.. .stillwau-r; .1 »»'""'• ^*" f"'! 
chiM. UoHion; Mrs h H .loue^ Mli.iu;a|M>ll» . Mr* 
( owl.s. Nfw York; i>o 11 Trla, Main.-; K Mt- 
Powetl. Memphl., Tenn; lIuRtH; liill. I n-nton 
N .1 ; 5- M Southwick.do; M 1) WJlley. Iliirt^on. 

AnBHI('A!V. 

»;.o <« Staples. Itnuiewi.k ; tXXuIl.'n. .St I'aul : 

I W W I'oUon. .NortlirteM; II llurd, Kiv«>r; I- 
\ Wo kW, fhUMgo; (ieo tMhorn, «io : M <» sinal- 
Vv, ivcuiur, 111; 11 (illa«l<'.v. Miehigau City; 
.v'.MeCar(r«r. St Paul; L>aviil .Miinun.-*, .Ml «.arrol, 
ill; .1 W Moore, Minn. 

IfHlTCHCn'M UOTKL. 
V Wlli-ox lluiNon; .loliii Ma.ston.Prilut hiiMi; 
.1 In Cl.mfiit. Pri'STott; l» D Price, do; lifiil .1 

II Slieulcv ; rtobiTt William <,rottaK'' ''rove; J 
•s lhivi*..lo; .1 M Ti^. Stlllwafr; J t'ckj-rwin. 
I'rtlutlil>'ii: I M .->h:irp. Colnn.biiM, Ind; W Al- 
t.nUrjt. I'l PoukIh^*; W HJohunou and lady; 
l.ul'rosai'. 



Offlcial Report of Oapt. Burgoss. 



Tk«> 



nianfaotM »h*iri»«too«ter« 



li.vrrLKiiELi> near (iKTrvHiuKo, 

juiv 6tii, iw>;i. 



Major llArni's liATTAMOS.— The 

Stillwater Mtssenc/or of Monday speaks of 
Rome otheers of Capt. Chamblin's eon»pany, 
recruiting over there, and says : 

Capt. A. T. Chamblin is an old .«ettler of St. 
Paul and was a captain in the Mexican war. 
Mr. Freudenrieh, hi^ recrnitin,:; «.ta^-er lure, 
has seen tifteen mon;lis' .service in'Unnesce in 



Navigation on the Minnesota I* ahout *^l/|< 
tnio. Williin the pa*t w.-i-k (.tcaiidmal arrivals 
are likt' angel's vUiin. and promise to b»Homi' a 
good deal more so, unlesii,a.< a lait n'sorl. tli«'ln- 
liuhiUiits ot'tlH' Valloy jfo lo diiiikiiiK lajftT bt-cr. 
llic A riol arrive.-* now and llifii, and bring!! as 




Apropos 
townsmen, Ju.stis C. Uamsey, has been ap- 
pointed Commissary id" the battalion. Jus. is 
comiKtent and popular. 

A Caud.— At a sneiial meeting o( tin' 
Minnehalia En.uine Compiuiy No. 1, held at 
their Hall July 14th, it wjvs nnnnimonsly re- 
solved, that the thanks of this company be 
and arc hereby tendered to the Pioneer Ho<)k 
ami Ladder Company ami to the nojjc Kn- 
srine Company, for their very peiierous colla- 
tion and pood cheer jrivcn to this company on 
the Fourth of July, and that on some future 
occasion thi.s company will be able to recipro- 
cate the courtesy. K. O. PATRIDOK, 

Sccretarv-. 



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St. VxVhA (Episcopal) Ciiuit* h..— 

Families and others desirinji to rent a pew, 
half pew, or a. scat in .St. Taiil's Church, lor- 
n.'r of Olive and Ninth street, will plc»t«e noti- 
fy the Treasurer, C. W. Wooley, at his offlce, 
comer of Sibley and Third streets. 

Pew rents for the half year, are now due, 
and those who have not yet paid, will please 

do so immediately. 

••» 

MoKK Scuoor. KooM.— The ujiper 
story of tlie old Baldwin School House, for- 
merly used for the Surveyor General's rooms, 
has been leased by the S«-hool Hoard for a pri- 
marA- or alphabetical school for the Adaujs' 
Division. This is a pood choice. The lower 
storv- is already u.sed for a fiemian select 
Bchool, thus brin^MnK the old buildiiifr, which 
was built in 18;>'2, back to its original use. 



MONETARY. 

Wkonksoay Kvk., July l.">. 

The .-lubscrlptlons to the National Loan conttn- 
uu un;*baletl. They avrrage over #10,000 per <lay. 

Messrs. Thomson & llrotln-rs have received 
bonds for all subscriptions up to the 1st of June 
Ust, which they are now ready to deliver to sub- 

scribors. 

We spoke yesterday of the supply of currency 
expected from the "National Banks." As yet 
there are but few, but It is said on good authority 
that before the next Congress assembles one hun- 
dred and llfly or two hundred national l>ank» will 
liave been organized in the Northern Stafo:<. We 
observe that one has bt-eu recently started «t 
llud!>on. Wis. If Ucall.'dthc "Fir»t National 
Hank of Hudson." John Conistock Is President; 
Alfnd .J . ( ioss Cashier. This Is the first National 
Itunk in this corner of the iruited States. 

COMMERCIAL. 



Military Elkctiox. — At the election 
held on Tuesday evening in District No. 8, 
32nd Regiment, to fill the vacancy caused by 
the promotion of Capt. John Q. A. Ward to 
the Majorship of the .T2nd, Orderly Sergeant 
Monroe Sheirc was elected Captain. Captain 
Sheire is in evcrv- way a competent and worthy 
gentleman for such a jwsition. 



We were gratified yesterday by a c.tll 
from Lieut. Joseph K. Chapman, of the 8th 
Regiment, now at Fort Snelling, and from 
Hon. A. M. Hayes of Hastings. 

We observe tliat Lieut. Ross Wilkinson of 
the 5th Regiment, well known in and around 
St. Paul, is at tlie InUrnational. 



SuPRKME Court — Seventh Day. — Nc- 
hemiah W. Bennett vs. Volney Brunda^e. Ar- 
gued and submitted. 

Oliver Ames, Respondent r*. The MlKsissij)- 
pl Boom Company, ApiJell.int.s. This c.isc 
was argued by the council for Appellants, and 
leave was granted Respondent to file briefs. 

MOSU.MKNT KOR THK FlRST MlXXK- 
80TA.— There will Ix; a meeting of citizens on 
Friday evening at IngersoU's Hall, for the 
piirjwse of considering the propriety of erect- 
ing a Monument to thcFirst Minnesota. Ad- 
dresses will Ix; made by Senator Ramsey, (iov. 
Swifl, Gen. Gorman, Col. Miller, and other 
distinguished citizens. 

Thk militia officers and privates at 
Stillwater have a school of instruction similar 
to our school at Armory Hall. A gooil idea. 
The amount of military knowledge distributed 
through the people by such means is consid- 
erable, and may ultimately lie of use. 
••• — 

Personal. — Our thank.<? arc due to 
MiO- Samuel P. Adams, who arrived on the 
Ariel last n'ght, for late Kastcm jiapers. Maj. 
Adams is here on a furlough, for the purjwse 
of visiting his family. 

There are only about 300 troops at 
Fort Snelling tiow. .Some of these aro inva- 
• lids, bat probably 2.W arc effective men. 



UtallT^ Il«»l«>«» of «ke Mt. PmmI 91aar- 
hrta. 

WKOXKsnAV Ev»!»i.vo, July 16. 
The market here is reported <|ulte dull at pres- 
ent, and, as Is always the caso during this month, 
jobl)er.s liud their trade Mack. In a few days the 
Fall Trade will commence, when, should we have 
high water, we may look for an active and busy 
season. 

Wheat Is yet quite weak, and ranges from so 
to f>ik!, with light sales. The growing crop* are 
reported ciulte good, nstwithstandlng the bad ac- 
counts regariling it, which were In circulation a 
few days since. 

Oats are (juitc excited, and we heard of salci 
to-day at OOc, and some retail sales at 70c. 

Corn partakes of the upvrard movement, and 
was <|UOted to-day at OOc. 

Ueports from the growing crops are very fi»vor- 
alile, but the fallur«« of pasturage has advanced 
the price of all feed grains. 

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[HvTeleijraph.] 
!V«w York Illiark«t. 

Nkw Vokk, July II. 
Markets all very dull; little business. 
Flour declined 5c. 
(iKAi.v.— Wheat declined 153c. Corndull.and 

d.<cline<l Ic. 

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[By Telegraph.! 

^>w York :iIoa««r Market. 

Nkw York, July 15. 
Stocks dull, but unchanged. 
N. Y. C. tl.ISS'. 

CS. 5'8,74; U. S. 6's.8l; U.S. 6's. '81 cou- 
pons, $1.06>4. 

♦ « ♦ > ♦ 

[By Telegraph.] 
nuflTialo 31ark«t. 

Bl.'KFALO, July 1.J— 6 r. M. 
Flour dull. 

(JUAIN.— Wheat dull; nothing doing. Corn 
dull; sales at 5dc. 



The Mission of Alex. H Stephens. 



.\diutant (ieneral Oscar Malmro-;, 

."St. Paul. Minnesota. 
(iKXKRAi, :— I have tlie hou»)r to report 
that on July 2d and 'M. a heavy battle 
was fouj;ht by tin- Army oi the Potomac, 
residting in the defeat ot tlio. rebels. 

My company took part in it. The re- 
port of ('apt. Coates. at present in com- 
mand of the regime"', will .show how far 
thee«>mpany was engaged previous to its 
being detailed, by order of IJrigadier 
(Jeiieral Ciibbons, commanding the divi- 
sion, to the support of battery I, First 
U. S. Artillery. This detail was made 
some time on Thursday afternoon, about 
two or three o'clock, and I reported im- 
mediately to the above nauu'd battery, 
which was posted in a grove on the right 
of the center. 

No attempt on the part ol the rebels to 
makt! an assault on that battery was made 
on July i.'d. and it was therefore our only 
duty to rid ourselves and the eannoniers 
of nbel .>harpshooters. I think my m«-ii 
did this pretty efrectually. 

On the next «lay (.July :ld) a body of 
infantry having taken position on both 
sides of the battery, mipporting the 
same, 1 was thrown to the front with 
my company as skirmishers, toa.«sist four 
companies of the 3'Jth N. V. Volunteers 
((;aiibaldi Guards) in a ch.arge on a 
barn antl (arm house, out of which rel»el 
sharpshoottirs kept np an annoying fire. 
I advanced about lOO yards, dejiloying 
my men across an open field, and keeping 
up a sharp and well «lirecte<l fire, and 
drove the rebels out of an orchard, which 
surrounded said barn .ind farm iiouse. 
This being accomplished, four companies 
of the .S'Jth New York advanced on dou- 
ble-(iuick on the buildings, took thein and 
set them on fire. 

It was then my duty to cover the re- 
treat of these men, and to i)revent the 
rebels from advancing too near to our 
line under cover of the tsraoke of the 
burning buildings. An attempt of the 
enmey to drive my men back, by throw- 
ing shell and caiinister at them, failed, 
our batteries silencing those of the enemy 
afters .short combat. After having been 
out for about two hours I was relieved, 
my ammunition getting short. 

Ozias B. Baker was the only one 
wounded in this skirmish. Shortly alter 
my return to the battery the rebels open- 
ed a tremendous artillery fire on our whole 
line. All kinds of missiles did they throw 
—solid shot, eannistcr, grape, shell, 
shrapnell, and even railroad spikes. 
Though this eannonding lasted for two 
hours and though the battery which I was 
supporting had to withdraw their pieces 
on account of the great number ol shells 
thrown at it, none of my men were in- 
jured. I had previously taken the pre- 
caution of building a low barricade of 
stones and cord-wood, behind which the 
men lound shelter at tha time of the can- 
nonading. 

This cannonading was followed by a 
charge of rebel infantry. They ad- 
vanced in three lines of battle to 
within about forty yards of the barricade 
mentioned above. Not one of men left 
his place, but keeping up a rapid 4ire they 
did great execution i{\ the rebel ranks, 
which caused tnem to break and run back 
in confusion. 

Here Sylvester Brown was killed, and 
VVilbur N Colenean wounded severely in 
the head. 

Some of my men getting out of ammu- 
nition, took the muskets of those killed 
or wounded and kept their positions to 

the last. 
I have the honor to be, General, your ol)C- 

dient servant, 

EMH. A. BURGKSS, 
Capt. Co. L, Ist Minn. Vol., 2d Minn. Co. U. 
.S, Sharpshooters. 

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were killed and four wounded. Our loss »i O N IZJ^J^ It V . 

was one killed, one wounded, and two coiN AND EXCllANCiK yCOTATIONS OF 
missing. Too much praise cannot be ac- , rp|^omr>S011 I3l«o't-., 
corded to the gallant bravery of the brig- -^ x 

ade of Gen. Herron, aixl to Spingler ol j St. l'AUL..Tiily :o, iwv;{. 

the eavalrv, and Branch's artilh-ry. den. n^j^j-fj-fftniiHiennednmlfrfiiiiLandWurrimif, 
Hill's brilfiant advance has tins scattered ; jitvuMiotmryanif Adult Ilal/Jtreed ScHpA*: 
the forces of the enemy once again men- j kxchanok katks. 

acing our capital. I Selling for 

It was rumored yesterday that the en- j Bankable Funds 



's.'~"mcCi.uue &~coTr 



BROAD ACKES! 



»00 ACUKS of laud from ."» to 1'.: miles of 
.ST. PAL'l,,wiIlbeiso!din tracts of 40 acres, HO, 



emy had abandoned the idea of another American Gold 

** On to Kiehmond' movement at pres 

ent, and is pressing forward in a more 

northward direction, with the supposed 

intention of attemplinj; to cut our liius, 

with Lee at some point further west in 

the (.'♦•ntral road, toward Gordonsville. 



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Our Railroad aa4 Mt* aaiboat l<la««. 

From the N. Y. Herald. 

The consolidation, which was so nearly 
perfected a lew days ainee. between the 
Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien and the 
Milwaukee and St. Paul (the old La 
Crosse) railroads, has fallen through, 
and tliii two lines are now ailivcly com- 
peting with each other lor business at war 
rales, greatly to the advanUge of the far- 
mers of that region. Thus far the old 
La Crosse has had the best of the contest. 
Its earnings for the past six months show 
an increase of $177,000 over last 
year, while those of the Prairie du 
Chien show a decrease of some $GU,UO(». 
It secns likely that the St. Paul line will 
continue to gain upon its opponent. The 
attempt which was lately made by the 
Prairie du Chien to secure an extension 
of its line through Nortlnrn Iowa 
into Minnesota has failed and 
been abandoned for the present, 
while, on the other hand, the St. Panl 
road is building a line from St. Pi.u' to O wa- 
tonna, where it will eonnect with the line 
DOW in course of eonsti iietion from that 
point to Winona, and will drain, for the 
exclusive benefit ol tlie St Paul road, a 
region which last year furni.shed one-fourth 
of all the wheat that was received at Mil- 
waukee. Meanwhile the St Paul lii.e con- 
trols after or nearly all, the bo.its on the 
I'pper Mississippi; .so that altogether the 
prospect of traffic this summer on the 
Prairie <lu Chien line, especially as there 
is no local cro|> on the road, is not very 
encoiira<iing, and holders of the preferred 
stock are febling nervous about tluir divi- 

den«ls. 

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— On the Gth inst., a serious tragedy 
occurred in Philadelphia. A Prussian 
namtd Reichert shot one Mrs. Hank- 
man, wife of a German carpet maker, 
with whom he luid been on terms of famil- 
iarity, and ended the tradegy by commit- 
ting .suicide. The woman is not yet dead. 

— According to a repiHt presented to 
the Board of Supervisors on Montlay 
last, the increase in the value of the real 
estate of New York city for the past year, 
shown by the assessment rolls, is $21,- 
40'.»,;>4H. The total valuation of real and 
personal estate is placed at nearly $000,- 
(X)0,(>«)0— which is, of course, far below 
its actaul vabi*'. 



Fremlum 
yi perct. prem 
40 per ct. 
Orders for United Status Land Warrants, SUte 
warrants, tc, promptly executed. 

State and United tjtates Coupons paid at our 
counter. 

Passage Certificates via Liverpool nnd Hani 
burg; Oraftson England, Ireland and Scotland 
France, (Jermany and Switzerland, Sweden and 
Norway, for sale at our olTice. 



w. 

I'rodiif tommissloii Morcliaiiis, 

For fl.e sMe of P.utter, CI.eesr.. L«rd, F.gtrs. ! 1^'<J. '* ^"d 240. The foil U a rich loam, «m. 
lieaii:-, I'cas, l>ried Fniit.s, Flour iiii! i'roMeii.n?, I 

2>0 rulton Wtrc'i't, I «'oo'' ond water. Terms part cnsh, and the bal- 

Op. Washington Marliet, NEW YORK. 



w. .s. M'l i-i.«i:. 



r. M'CIXIJK. 



U. f. M\H AHI». 



SPECIAL KOTRES. 



O. Ciun.s, (Jeiieral Insurance Atjent 
Olfice in Thompson's IJlock.Thin! street. 

L. H. Chute, Agiut fo.- .VUna liiaui-anc*! Com- 
puiiy.St. Anthony. 

June-'»th, IWKI. 



dly 



A MKKTiNii of the lio.ird of Trustees 
of tlie Oakliind t'enulery As!<oelati>n. will be 
holden ut the Huiiki.ig House of l'.irk r Paine, in 
St. I'aul, on Saturdiy, the IKih inst., at I o'clock 
p. .M.,for the choice of a President, !<< eretury and 
Treasurer, for the year ensuing. 
Hy order of 
ALVX.WDKK KAMSF.r, I'resMent. 
I". 1*. I'T i;i!i:il, Secrt-tary. 
St. Paul, July 13, iN-.-i. jyU td 

Thk Amkiucan Exprkss Ccmpany 

havln/ purchased of J. V. P.urbauk & Co , certain 
routes heretofore run by them, w<).ild respect- 
fullv state that they are now prepared to receipt 
through to New York, Chic)iB«>, and all poiul 
readied by Express, Freights, Packages and 
Moneys, and will attend to collecting Drafts. 
Notes and Accounts, and all General fcxpress 
Business. For tarili' rates call at their olBce, 2ir 
Third St., opi>o,sile Stage Oince. 

Otfice hours from 7 a. M. to <> r. M. 

myr'.-.lm K. F. WAKNEK, Agent. 



n K V i: n a s c k s > 

Ceo. W. While. Casli, Mechanic's H'k, Brooklyn 

lion. Horatio Mallard, >i-c. Ntule of New York. 

Will. <'ripp.', I'res. Maie'iml Ins. Co., New i ork. 

A. II. liailard, Ypsilauli, Michigan. 

. I. L. hellv, Milwaukee, Wiscon.-in, 

K. II. llunliiitrton, Adain'.s Irii Co , N. Y'. 

.1. II. peed, i;ii<ii. New York. 

Hon. ileiirv J. Uaymond, " New York Times." 

<;.ll Wh<e!er, .St. Albans, Vermont 

J>. Ward, l^uca.ster, iiraui «,o., Wii*cani.in 

jylO It 

r^ ILLETTK, WHITNEY & CO., 

SUCCKSSOK TO 

Thompson, Whitney & Co. 

Manufacturers and Jobl-ers of 

1500T.S imd ^HOKS, 

40 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, ILL 

We are now receiving a Isrge stock of Goods 

FROM TIIK 

BEST MAM'FACTORIKS IN THE EAST 

and with very large addition to our 
HOME-MADE CUSTOM WORK 

We are preiwu-ed to off. r to the Ceuntry Trade 
t'lie best Hssortn.er.t of IJoots and .*^hoes In 
the city. 

CILLKTTK, WlllTMa' k CO. 

P. O. Draw er IH.'^.t . a: Cm. 

"oIr O C E R I E S , 

SHORES & TATOP-, 

AVTiolcssalo Grooei'is, 



anoe, if derlred, on long time. 

DEN'KY 5ICKEN1Y, 

I 

I I>4 aler In Real Estate. 

St. I'aul, .tune r.. !»();;. — il.\tw<m. 



47 South Water Streot, 

cmc^vGo. 

L. SHORES, y- !'• TATOR 

m31-<>m. 

^flisTjOIINSTOX-S liOAKDlN ( : 



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U.VK'rEULY REPORT OF THE 



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TiiK Deska.sks ok EniJOK, {Les Mal- 

dies d'r.rreiir.)—\, .lohn It. Ugl.en, .M. 1)., au- 
thor and publisher of the above work, do hereby 
promise and agree to .send (fieo of charge) to any 
young man who will write for it, a sample copy 
ior perusal. The proper study of mankind is 
.Man. This valuable work is issued and sent 
forth for the benefit of suffering liumanily. It 
treats in cimple language on all the disea.ses of 
Error, including Seminal Weakness, Nervous 
Debility, Indigestion, Melanclioly, Insanity, 
Wasting Decay, Impotency, &c., &c.— giving safe 
speedy, and effectual presci ijitioiis for their per- 
manent cure, togetlicr >vi:li much valuable iulor- 
mation. All who favor mo with a desire to read 

my work shall receive a sample copy by return n cy^ i , T> i . / „..J r.,.J>,r.» 

mail free of charge. J'oiufh-St., hehreci Lobcrt and JocLsofU 

Address .v, . PACI.. MlXNE<orA. 

JOHXB.OuDEN, M.D. y^ jj WlltTCilEK, l*i:<)i'lur.TOlt. 

No. fK)Nas9uaSt. New York, t -, ,,p ai,,,,^. houm; having recently h >e.i ojiiied 

niay.4-d<(wr.m^ _ j and thoroiigliiv r-uovateii and returinshed. tlie 

„ ■" "^ r,^, 1 .. 1 Proprieror wt'.uM resitectfaily t-oiipit ii-liueol 

To CoN.Sl7,MrTlVK.s. — Ihe advertiser i ,,„.'„,,,;,. ,,atrona.-e. #iS-Oood Stalding and 

having been n'stored to liealth in a few weeks, j caretui Hostl ers in atten dance. 'iL'^'lL 

by a very sinii.Ie remedy, after having siiff.red ; QpK,AV.-:D OR STOLEN'.— .^iU* 00 

1^ Reward, 



C^TIIC^IiT & CO. 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 
Are In receipt of theff 

Silling Sleek of Dry Goods 

We. have a large and beautiful assortment of 

T>RIC:SS GhOODS. 

Which we would invite the Ijidies special atten- 
lion to. 
■We would Invite Merciiunt lailors to call an 
examine our stock of 

Cloths and Fancy Casslniercs 

Which is very large anl desirable: we are selling 
low. To Merchants trom the i.'ouiitry, we pro- 
po^e to job «;oodsat Chicago or .MMwEUki-e price* 
—freight added. Call aiiUexHiiiiiie iM-for« buying, 
man-ditwiy CATUCAIM St CO. 

I70R. S^ALE. 

ST. PAUL PROPERTY. 

§.rr5ror a lot SOfe^t hylSO in the viciaityof 
JackMiii street and Twelfth. 

A first-class Stone Store on Tliird street. 
[ A lot on Minnesota street, near Third, with 
buildisg. 

Two Dwelling House*, ff^iOeach. 

A beautiful lot CO feet by 20n with fine grove ot 
trPC3. IlENRV Mf KLNTY. 

l)ea'.>rin Real Estate. 

St. Paul, May 14. ISCJ.— d&w:im 



iior.sE, 

On Fourth street, between Minresota aivl Ce- 
dar. .\ lew more j;i-ntleiiK'ii can bf accoinmoila- 
teu with pleasant ami comlorUble rooms. 

jev;j-.iw 



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lIlTClIEirS HOTEL, 




LA CROS.'^K AXD L.\ CUKSCENT BANK, 
\ lUiikiiig Association organized under an Act 
ol" llie Legislature of the ."Slate of Minnesota, 
entitled " An Act to authorize and Regulate th« 
Business of Banking," approved .luiy 20, lisi", 
showing a ^Statement of the lollowiiig iiems on 
the morning of the lirst Monday of .lulv, in the 
yi-ar lN\:i, ix-fore the transaction of any business 
oil that day.: 

r.K.SOfROE8. 

Due from Brokers *1,500 00 

Stocks on deposit with State Auditor at 

their par value, nominal ..',!^. 1!, 

Treasury Note? V-\'*.^ "" 

Loss and Expense account ?"f-)! /«. 

Hills of .Solvent Banks on hand j.L" "" 

Due from Banks \,w() w 



Tlie Carr«apondeBC« la Fall. 



OPBRATIO^Vll OX TUB PSXIM- 

IIUI^A. 



FiKRMRN, Attention. — An adjourned 
meeting of the Board of Representatives of the 
Fire Department will l)c held thi.s evening at 
8 o'eloek at the Iiouse of Minnehaha Knginc 
Company No. 2. K very member of the Board 
is particularly requested to be pre.sent, aa 
business of importance will l>e transacted. By 
order of W. T. DONALDSON, V. P. 

J. H. M.vTHF.ws, Sec.'y. 



Tttm Cr*p« IB McwCC C«WBt.r. 
From the Shakoj-ec Argu*. 

W« are glad to learn thtt In most localities the 
dry weather, In its etl'ect on the crops, has not 
been so serious as we supo' sed — In many <-a:ies 
almost a full crop being anticipated, especially 
trom th'>seon new soil. Along the road bttween 
Belle Plaine and Henderson the wheat crops are 
said to appear very promising, and they will b« 
nearly or quite up to the average of former years. 
In timber land the crops also look better, as the 
■all witbitandf drought better than that of the 
prairie. 

In this Tlclnlty, however, some fehD of giain 
are already ruined, and unlena we have rain very 
soon the crops generaily will totally tail. Some 
fl«lds between tlii^ place and lielle Plaine will not 
Tield the s«<>d sown, as about the timo it came 
through the ground dry weather set in, which 
pr«\entedthe "stoollng," and left the soil ex- 
posed to the scorching sun, and now it Is not 
more than twelve inches in height an i stands 
very thin upon the ground. Should wc have 
plenty of rain soon some of the more backward 
crops may produce a fair yield; but unless that 
rain comes very soon, the crops In Scott county 
will oe next to nothing. 

Hakyksting. — We are Informed that some of 
the farmer" o* Sibley county have commenced 
cutting their wheat, and a numlw-r of Uejds are 
Already ilnlshed. The winter wheat, of which 
there is said to be considerable In that county, Is 
excellent— equal to that grown in the I-^astern 
States. It Is said to stand thick upon the ground 
tad to be trom four to six feet In height. 



Wasiiinoton, Thursday, July 9. — 
The following is the mission of Alexan- 
der H. Stephens and Robert Ould, at 
Fortress Monroe : 
FonTnKs.s Monuok, Saturday, July 4, 1863. ) 

U. S. StE.VMKU MiSSKSOT.V — '2 V. M. ^ 

Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Nary : 

The following eomniunication i.<< just 
reeeive<l from Mr. Stephens, who is on 
the Hag of truee boat anchored above I 
shall inform Mr. Stephens that I await 
your instructions before giving him an 
answer. 

S. H. LEE, Admiral, &c. 

CoNrKDKK.vTE Statks Stf.amkr Toupkoo f 

Is Jamks Hivr.ii, Saturday, July 4. ] 

Siu: — A.s Military Commissioner, 1 am 
the bearer of a communication in writino; 
from tlefTerson Davis, Commander-in- 
Chief of the land and naval forces of the 
Confederate States, to Abraham Lincoln. 
Cominander-in-Chief of the land and na- 
val forces of the United Stites. Hen. 
Kobert Ould, Confederate States Agent 
of Exchange, aecomp.'inies me, as .Secre- 
tary, for the purpose of delivering the 
conimunicatioii in person, and conferring 
upon the subject to which it relates. I 
desire lo proceed directly to Washington, 
in the steamer Torpedo, commanded by 
Lieut. Hunter Davidson, of the Confed- 
erate States Navy, no person being on 
board but Hon. Mr. Ould, myself, and 
the boat's oflicers and crew. 

Yours, most respectfully, 
ALKXANDEK II. .STKI'IIKNS. 

To S. 11. Lkk„ Admiral, &c. 

UKPl.Y OK 8KCIIKTAKY WKI.I.K.S. 
Navy Df.iwktment, July 4, 1802. 
Artinfl Itear- Admiral S. II. I.er, iiittHplon tiofidsr 
The recjuewt of Alexander H. Stephens 
is inadmissablc. The customary agents 
and channels are adeiiuate for all needful 
military communication and conference 
between the United States forces and the 
insurgents. 

GIDEON WELLES, 

Secretary of the Navy. 
» « » » e 

— An order baa been issued from Wash- 
ington for three hundred thousand men 
under the recent enrollmeot law. 



REBEL RErOUT OF A FIOIIT NEAR 
WHITE HOUSE. 



?rf,5ui> OS 

l.IABIMTIF.S. 

Capital. (nominal) f.W.nOO 00 

Kegistered Hank Not'S received from 

Auditor and not returm-d ;Jj;.'.W>0 

Deduct Registered Notes on h*ud. 10,t»iK) 
Leaves Ki'gistered Bank Notes in elr- 

rulatlon l.,000 (r) 

Due to others not Included under eitln-r 

of the above heads " i^OO 0>^ 

$r(<,.wj oti 

STATE OF MIXNE.«OTA, | 
UoisTuN C- u.Nry. S 
DANIEL WELI>S, J K..l'resldent, and W. II. 

K<H J EI£.s,Cashler,ofihe above named Bank, being 
nBTerally sworn, do aay that thev are respectiveljr 
the President and Cashier of said Bank, and that 
tlie foregoing Is, in all respects, a true and correct 
.statement bt the condition of said Bank, on the 
first .Mondav, being the sixth day of July, InU, 
belore the ti-aiisaction of any business of said 
Bank, on the morning ol that da\ . accorduig to 
tlie belt of thelrseveralandn-sp-ctivH knowledge 
and belief; and that the place where the business 
ot discount and deposit of said Bank Is carried 
on. Is Hokah, In the said Countyof Houston. 
L>aM EL WELLS. Jit., President. 
W. H. MOGEKS Cushier. 
Subscribed and Sworn to bv botii Deponents, 
before me, this sixth day of July. 1H4.3. 
MONS ANDEKSOX. 
Commissiouer of Dee 's, 
\y\(i.H fur Minnesota. 



years willi a severe lung all'ection.and tliptdr.ad 
disease. Consumption, is anxious to make known 
to his fellow-suflerers the means of cure. 

1 o all who desire It, he will send a copy of tlift 
pr<-scri])tion used (free of cliarge) w itii Die direc- 
tions for i>rei>arlng and using the same, which 
they will find a suuK Ccr.K Koi: Cosi^imition, 
Asthma, nKoxciinis, &c. The only object of 
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to 
benefit the afllicted, and spread information 
which he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes 
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost 
them nothing, and may prove a blessing. 

Uev. Ei>w AKi) A. Wilson, Williamsburg, 

my4-d&w3ml Kings County, New York. 
*•* ~ — 

EpiToit OF Press— Deau Sik:— With 

vour permission I wish to say to the r« ader.- 
bf your paper that I will send by reUirn mail to 
all who wish it, (free,) a Uecipe witli fiul direc 
tions for making and u-ing a simple A egelable 
Balm, thst will elTectually remove, in 10 days, 
Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and alllinpuri- 
ties of the skin, leaving the same soft, clear, 
smooth and beautiful. „ , , ,i „ ,^ 

I will also mail frf> to those having Bald Heads 
or Bare Faces, simple directions an<l informntiou 
that will enahlo them to start a full growth ot 



.«sfraved or Stolen, from Michael Me<;raw. town 
ol DaVtoii. Hennepin «"o., about fe upddle of 
.lune last.atliree year old, bay iiorse colt, black 
main and tail, aiid'.la'ki.-h legs' ami star in the 
f.ireliead: was lust seen near Moiitifillo. Any 
oue (giving information that will le>id to liis re- 
covery, or will P'turii liini to the u-.vjier, will re- 
ceive the above reward. 

1 layt oii.July 11, lH<-i. J.v'-'-d-'w* 

■pA\'MENT OF SIOUX WAR 
A'OUCHERS. 

stale Auditor'.s Warrants, drawn ajrain't the 
fii lid appropriated to pay the .<iou.x W ar Voucli- 
er> v.'iil be jniid I>v tlie State 1 n-dsurer, at lii* ol- 
tiiv, be1\ve»'il the' hi>urs of and IJ A. M. and J 
and 4 r. :.!. CHAS. s»HKKKEli. 

jyl tf .State ir eusurer. 

! -Y^CiITlNC; ON LAKE COMO. 

Ijje suh.icriber t.ikes pleasure in announcinp: to 
tlse putilic tl..it tiie iK-autiful and well-known 
>-!U-ii;s I'HUliiie and Claude Jlelnf^ffe, h ive h-e-i 
tlioroiifihlv overiiau'ied and renovated, :iiid a e 
now at The servic*' of parties de.siriug a sail upmi 
the placid waters of Lake Conii. No labor leir 
e.vpens.' has been spared in tilting them .or this 
purpose. The Claude .M liiott-'iias been c.irpetel 
iiid specially litred tor tlie accommodation < i 



For Witts. Wit«'. tloaclip*. Inl*. Hed 
Rii;:-«. .^otli* in Kiir*. *» otnllt-iis. Ac, 
Ist^**!:!*)*!! l»Iants.Fo»»l». AniniaU. Ac 

Put U!.iu..'.-.c,5f>cnnd:<l B^xes.llortlesand FUsks 
$:iaud:*ij for //•■?./•', Public IinlHiithms, ,yr. 

"(Inly infallible rem^dior- known."' 

'• Free from Poi-e-ns.'' 

" Not daiper"UK :o t'le Human Familv." 
"" i:ats come oar of tie ir ho!i b to die."' 
it^Sohl Who!esnI< ii> all la'-ge eisies. 
.Soiil l;v a!! Dr.igfisrs and K-'I^ilers erervwhere. 
Jt}r '■ '■ ' Bkw.*k^ ; : ! of all worthiest iniitatiofis. 
iSu^-See that " Ch^ta i:'-" names is on each Box, 

IJot.ie and K.'.asii, before you bey. 
A3--\ddress MKMTMV «. CO.*TAlX. 

»«-pmN< IPAL DKPuT-t.-si B'^OAIW AV, N. 1 . 

#*- .<oid I- V DA Y & J EX K S . 

Wholesale and lletaii .^>rents, 
ap.'iO-d.'iwCm Sr. Caul, Minnesota. 

MAI^u?ACTDEIN(j COLIFAI^I 



-JS^' 



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u'xuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a Moustache, in i ladies, and ^■elect parties and families de>iihij:'ts 
le"s than •».) days. All applications answered by exolusiv n.se will please leave,|,eiror<t.rs twelve 
r<>tuin mall without charge. 

Uespectfullv Yours, 

THO:^. F. CHAFMAX, 

Chemist, 
Xo. 801 Broadway, New York. 



JiCd&w.tm 



From the Richmond Sentinel, July 4. 

Dispatches were received last night by 
Major General Elry, commanding the 
Department of Richmond, stuting that 
our troops under Major (ieneral D. Hill 
atUckcd the enemy yesterday evening at 
Crump's farm, four miles below Bottom 
Bridge, and drove him within five miles 
of the White House. We lost one man 
killed, none wounded. We took six 
prisoners, who state that the enemy has 
not less than twenty thousand men. 

Since the above was written, wc have 
received the following: We are informed 
by an ofticer from the Peninsula that our 
forces under the command of Major- 
(ieneral D. H. HiH, advanced to attack 
the enemy on Thursday afternoon about 
4 o'clock. General .Jenkins' South Car- 
olina brigade, and (ieneral Ransom's 
North Carolina briga«le, formed a line of 



Q 



I.tABII-ITlKS. 



battle a (juarter ot a mile this side of 

Crunip'.s Cross Roads, with Col. Spingler, 

Holcomb's legion on both our right and ;;^.f/,';|:-^--,;;;yK'o,esVe.^^^^^^^^^^ 

left winus. Six pieces ol Major Branch s Auditor and not returned f .'«,s5i 



UARTERLY REPORT OF THE 

MARINE BANK, 
A Banking Association organired under an Act 
of the Legislature of the State of Minnesota, 
4'ntltled " An Act to authorize and Regulate the 
Business of B inking," approved July ^l), lf^>s, 
showing a .statvmeni of tlie folltiwing items on 
the morning of the lirst Monday ot .luv, in the 
year IHii;!, before the transaction of any business 
on that day : 

IlFSOflH.'KH. 

Loans and IHscounU, except to S'ock- 
holde'sand Brokers .•••.••: *5'?'? ?? 

Due from the Stockholders of this Bank 3,,^. M 

Due from Brokers ^j] }~ 

over Drafts ..-.. ••",•.:•" *"* '* 

.Stocks on Deposit with .state Auditor, 
at their par value : ■ • •.• : * " • •. " ^' 

Stale Stocks not deposited with State 
Auditor 

Sp<'Cle • • "••"•,• * 

Cash Items, viz: Treasury ^oles » ,• 
WiJ.OO; < hecks, &c.,»A^^*»; Vouch- 
ers and Scrip, ^•i,nn.r)ti.. ...■■•.■•■■•• 

Orticc Fixtures and Personal 1 roperty. 

Lobs and ExpensH account • 

Bills of .Solvent B«nksun hand 

Premium on Stocks 

Due from B« nks 



5,000 00 
\H7 SO 



7, ').•,-» on 
>l :io 
KO iMi 

•J,U'.il <H> 

:i,r.sr 00 
i,a'j2 9f. 



pROCERlP:S CHE.\P AT 

TTHolosalc and Ketail. 
CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 

Having leased the store occupied hy L. C. John- 
son & Co., and purchased their 

JBitocU of Gri*ocei*ies, 

May bo found at 

220 mrd Sfrcrt, two doors al>nvc ihe North 
Western Express Office, 

Where they will sell 

CJ^ K, O O E K^ I E ?^ 

AT VERY LOW FIGURES, 
FOR THE NEXT TUIRIY DAYS. 

Ve wish to close out this stock entirely as we 
propose to 

CH.VNGE THE BUSINESS, 
and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with our 

P»apoi-3Xillat St. Aatliony. 

«-All kinds of WRAITIXG I'AFEIt lor 
Fale, and the highest price paid in cash for rags, 

roiies and oM printed paperi. Jy*^*^ 

-j^ O T I C K . 

CHIFI Ql\RTKKM.\STFU'sOKnrF, \ 

DISTIIK tMinnksoia, ST. Pa- i.,.Iuly n, ...!. ^ 

All persons holding vouchers given hy ollicerx 

acting in lhe<,>uarterinaster's Department in tins 



hour* In advance' at the .stor*' of \\. siierman 
Potts, Druggist. St. Paul. The subs.rili^r is an 
old sailor, and .is such, contributes Iiis .skii! and 
and experieuco to theComfort of pleasure parties. 
jy7-.'w» K. (i. Al-liKlDlir- 

XfOR SALE. 

ir)(l acres in Hose town, adjoining the sehoel 
sec{ion. the foll<T\ving di'seribed land : \. W. S 
s..ctii>ii',M. town J'.t, i;aii.<;'-'!: at>ont tif'ry afres 
iiiuier cultivation, .some improvenieiil,pII feiic«'d, 
and a good well on tiie preiiii.'«es. Mill be .-old in 
a body or in lots of forty or eighty acn>s. one- 
fourtli cash, the balance in tliree ..ea'lyi;aynifnts, 
at sevi'ii j>er i-eut. per annum, litle perfect; 
possession given after harvest. 

Also: Th-' undivided X. ', of X. E. '4' of sec- 
tion •• S, To^n-tt, IJange •-•:t, on the road to Lake 
.loliannah, al'Out three miles fi-Mii M. Pae.I. 

Emiuiieo.'- J. P TJIOMP.MO. 

At Nichols, Dean & Co. 
.TiilvO-d'^. ^_ 

rp A X DEEDS. 

THE rUESS PPvIXTIXG COMPANY 

Have now on hand the latest a'.'t b'.-f term of 
tax deeds. I' is suilul.le for s.ale.< tMul-r the sev- 
eral acts of the I.e<;is!ature ai.d in .•i.iiformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared uy ».ie 
State authorities • 

Prioe ."SO rents p«»r dozen, or 9-< yifT hMndrnd. 



Pf) W'Z V.-.\>T 

stc^iti EX^f^x!:s oir coileh 

PATI-XT FIRK LVAIMKATOK.'S, 
PATENT SL'l^VR CANE MIIX.«, 
p\r!-:xTsTE\M roil, e vapor atoks, 
I'ATENT STAMP MILLs 

FOR 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and descriptioris 
prici's, &c. ; clsp, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 
AND M.\ruiNt:t;Y oi- all i>HsrniPTio?;s, 
T»o nuiiKTOusto mention. 
CUICACO, • ■ I1.HS01R. 

r. W. GATES, President. 
N. B. A pent:; wanted everj-where. 
mrr-di'Vlv 



H 



E N R Y M c K E N T Y , 

DEAt.ER IN % 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
*yWlll also locate l.and_ Warrants ar»d set 
Real Estate on Commission. 



arN-dHiWly 



$2i,o00 00 



jngs. oix picc 

artillery were near the center of our lines 

The enemy's li^rce consisted of fonr 
pic<e8 of artfilicry, three re-^inuntu of in- 
fantry, and portions of two re};imenlN of 
cavalry, under Col. West, i-ommanding 
the United States forces. SkinniHhinj; 
immediately conunenccil liy the sharji- 
shoolerson both sides. .*>cvcral of the 
enemy were wounded and a lew taken 
prisoners. Major Branch's artillery coin- 
mence<l a terrific shellnip;, firing; with ac- 
curacy and telling ellect. 

Our infantry nia«le a splendid advance' 
at the doiil)le-fjuick, and thou^rh the ene- 
my was under cover, his artillery making 
some resistance, he soon coininenfictl a 
hasty retreat, at which point the (Ieneral 
ordered Col. Spingler to char^ with his 
eavalrv. Two hundn^d mounted troops 
made a most daring charge ; three times 
the enemy anibuslu'd hiiu, firing volley 
afler vollev. but onward he dashed, call- 
ing his men to "forward"— " never mind 
fire— forward !" he drove them three and 
a half miles, to near the White House, 
and long after night fall. 

Oue officer and three of the enemy 



Deduct Kegistered Notes on hand. .^•-•7 

Leaves Kegistered Hank Notes In cii- 

culallon ~Yvi^V, 

Due. to Hanks • .Mjl. ? 

Due l»ep«isltors on demand iu.,to ^o 

I ndivided ProllU • L'^' •'^ 

t«H,5M 0'.' 
STATE OF MINNESOTA, > ,^ 

KAMSKY Cot NTT. S 

JOHN HOLLAND, Vice President, and O. II. 
TITMCELL, I'ashler. of the above named Hank, 
b-Ing severally sworn, do say that they are 
re«is-ctively the Vlc4' President and Cashier 
of said Hank, and that tin* Ibn-gidng is, in »ll re- 
spects.airne and correct .Maiement ol the con- 
dition of said Hank, on the lirst Monday, be ng 
the Nixth dav of .luly, lw«. Nforc the transaclloii 
of any business of i-aid Hank, on 111" morning o 
that dav. according lo the b«st^ "• .V'r'"' "wh," 
and resi,ectlve kiiowle.lge and U'llef; and that 
the place where ihe business .d discount and d««- 
poslt of said Hsnk is carried on, is St. I aul, In 
the aaid County of Kamsey. 

.lOHN HOLLAND, N Ice President. 
O. H. TUKKELL, Caxhier. 

Subserlbed and sworn to by Inith l>eponents, 
Ijefore me, this thlriecnth day of .lulv, 1m«. 
E. C. LAMHEIIT. 

jylO-lt NoUry Public, MIn. 

/CORDAGE AND LEAD PIPE— 
JUST RECEIVED, 

And for sale low, by .„.„.,,« 

jel4 tf NICOLS, DEAN k CO. 



Mililarv District, will present t»>V''"T.!v'"lI!Iv 
oince f..r settlement n or after Monday,. luly 
"oth, l-il-?. E. H.CAULIMi. 

Captain and Chiet guartermastej, 

Jy 

s 



District .Minnesota. 



JyH-nt 

Strayed or stolen. 



Krom Oakdale Town, Washington County, 
about .lulv Isf, IM-.l, a large Chestnut Sorrel 
HOK-E, about 10 vears oM. Has a white lace ; 
Is a little sore In his fori' feet, and steps short. 
Vnv person returning Ihe above Iiorse to the .sub- 
scriber, at Onk nie, or giving snWi v.'?"'"""!?"!!!' 
as will lead to hU recovery, will be liberally re- 

J. P. BOYD. 



FAIRBANK'S 

standard 

SCALES 

OK ALL KIXr>S. 

Also, WarehouseTmcks, Lettei 
Presses, &e., &c. 
KAIKHANKS, GREEN LEAF fc < -O.. 
172 Lake !<treet, Chicago. »ior sale in St. Paul. 
bv.LC. fe H.«\ llurlimi" * Co. 
Pe careful to buy ouly the genuine. J.'14-dwly 




«fei,> V4i POLLOCK, 

f'i DONALDSON AND 
O G D E N . 

Cliiiin, Gl««« Ac Kai-then 
"\Vax*o, 

WITH AN KMII.I.SS VAF.IKTY OF 

IIou^=ekeopin^ A rticles. 

It is the di-sign of this House to supply HOUSE 
Ki.l.PKKS with ev.Tv possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. llo Third-st.. 

COIL Til I lU) AND lUHiEP.T-STS., MIX. 

3e5-d.^w 



P 



L E W I S 



TJ O B E R T 

ATTOKXEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 

St. r»aul, Miniietsotsi, 
OfficcMi Third-st., Pi>ger'« lll,M-k,ii,-nrthe liridge. 

Also HKANCH AOKNTOF 

"THE ^^\TIONAL CLAIM AGENCY, 



R I N C E & C O ' S. 

IMPP.OVED 

Mii:r.oi3ii:o:N si 

>\ .vKRANTED FOR FIVK YEARS. 

T^e Oldest estahiishmeiit in the United Statot., 
employ ing-'<H'me>., and tinishing eighty instru. 
meiiis'per we«'k. 

M VM-KACTUltY fOUNKn OV VAKTI.AXD ASI> 
KIA«:AKA STKEKTf, 

JBXJFF>^VLO, IN'. ^'. 

WHOLESALE DEPOTS. 

47 Fulton street ri,« 

N'l Lake street • Chicago 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. 

Henry Tolhm.n it Co Ko^ton, Mass 

W. F. Colbnrn * inciiniati. J 

ISalmer & Welder ^^•, V,"",",' ?'° 

.James HeHak PhtladeVhm 

.\.t ouse Detroit, Mict. 

Ph. P. Werleln >"''* *^^^^Jt 

A. It, S. Xordheim.r Toronto C. W 

IVs.ms unao.i'iniiit< d wit'i the Melodeon and 
Its historv, \m!! bear in triiid that we are the p-o- 
I neersand lea.iiug m:iiiuiact;;riM>, rot only In lli^ 



as 

warded. 
jyM-lw* 



P.MIMER WANTED. 

I want a responsible man and wifo to Uke 
el 




ring 

»^ Advice ^ 
letter or at the olBce, w ithout charge 

0.V0 twftwiy 



given soldiers and their friends by 



E i' S 



r^ A R P 

STRONG'S CARPET HALL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers' Block 

Where w ill he found a large assortment of 



Africs. .South Americ.i nnd the A\ est Indirp and 
froT,. a 1 tlese .ju.irt.rs we have ihe niost flatter, 
nig tes'imonials ot tt.e high estiUiattou in which 
ihey are held. 

AT ALL INDUSTKLiL EXH?"niOXS TIIKY 
UAVK IXV.\niAUI.Y HEEX AWAl{DKI> 

Tin: iiK^iiK.sT pkkmh M whex- 

KVEK EXIwl lTi:i> IX COMPE- 
TITIOX WITH OTIIIKK. 
We shall take p>nsure in forwarding br n-ai I 



,arg."'of my'Ta'^iii' and siieep on .f''a^'>s. -loo j p-.-„«tg OilClOthS.MattingS, (atVnr'ovn expanse) our Illustrated t^atalo^ue, 
I'res of hind-'.Hi of it under plow. -W sheep or , ^^drpetO,V^XiV-'AV^"o> ■*»*■***'»""& ) | *»' ^.,|j^.,, ,,,.,.,,^. i„Mninient we in8nnfa.;Juiv is 



more. Address, 
jyMf 



H. W. HAUKY, IMindis. 



ri^AKEN IT. 

brf;id;;s:^!;;:;f/:j:!Snr'v^^"Thr'i.;^;r;i 

'' xtvar the (Jernuiu Catholic Church, 
i.ir..ii* * ''**• Paul. 



Jyld-.1t* 




CUHTAlN AND SHADE MATEUIALS. 

M ATTKKSSK*, IK ^TIII' i:s, WAl.1. rAl'i;!!, &<■., *<■• 

Newtiooils eonstai.tly arriving and sold as 
low as the lowest. 

rrnoi.sTEnisn dose to onin:n. 

mariaiy »• O. »»TIM»a«. 



UCTION NOTICE. 



fully described and illustrated by elegant engrax 

"aVi Mi'Uv'eon* of our manufsetur«». either sold 
bv US or<lealers in any i>art of the United Stat«'« 
«i"r tanada. are wnrniwteil fo t>e |>erte*n in every 
respeo:, and should any repairs Ih" m-eessary be- 
fore the expiration ol five years from date of sale, 
we ho d ourselves reaily and wMling to make the 
same fhv' ol charge, provided the injury is not 
caus<>d bv aerli'ent or design. 

Agents for the sab" <d' our Melodr'ons may N» 
found in all th" principal towns of tl^e L niuni 



lU .1. i'i., V" ■ ------ • 




to- 

Paul, Miunesota. 



«pr4i»-d&wly'W 



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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



\ OX^UMli III. 



S^INT I>j^XJL, I^TIID^Y, JULY 1^. 1863. 



NXJJMBER 107. 



She ^aint pJaul ^xt$$. 

Mtutf un«l t nilrd Mtutf • OWclwl PMV«r. 

»«- This pi»j>or ha* a Ur(ji'r DaJly. Trj-Wwkly 
lud Wi'fWly c'i<*ii*atiiM\ttian any otli»Tla Mlnne- 
Ota. ami Uinrefore pr«'.->»Mit« liiducvmouU to ad- 
reriU«M which they will uot lind ol««wU»»re. 



INDIANS AT BLOOMINQTON. 



Thoy Endeavor to Drown a Man In 
the Rivor. 



•Tni;«cii.B. 



SMNT PAUL. TlirilSDAY. JULY 16. 

XllK .ni.«»*i«»«*ii»t»i 01»EX! 

Tho news of yesterday is to-tl.iy con- 
iiruifd under tlu; hand ol" (ion. Hunks. 
Xi'w Kii;;l;in<l and tlu- great Norlli-W«'.st 
lm\f joiniiJ han<lH at I'urt llu.l-,(.)n. tli»- 
la.st it!l)el strunghold on the banks ol the 
Mi.vMssippi ; and nuw. Ironi sonnc to 
mouth, Jroni Minm-.sota to N\w Oilcan", 
I hi' ;;r«at river is Irce. 

Jt is but a f> w wci'ks sitii'e, that rebel 
newspapers and reln-l ntump speaker;* 
were insolently su<:;,'estinj; that they 
mh/ht perhips permit the Nurth-West to 
enjoy the iVie navijjation of the Mis.<>i.ssip- 
pi, it we would prove ialse to our alli- 
anee. break oiir solemn covenants to sup- 
port the eonstitution and the ..joveru- 
n.i'nf, anil nlly ourselves to the perjuretl 
villai;is who souglit to destroy both. Our 
answer has been given at Donelson and 
Henry, at Shiloh, luka and Corinth, at 
I>la:Hl No. Ten. at Memphis. Helena, 
ajid Milliken's liend, at Tort CJibson antl 
Uayniond. at Jaekson, atC'hunpion Hill, 
and in the trenches beloro Vieksbur^. 
where tho best blood of every State ei 
the <:reat Norih-W<'<t mingled toj;etlu-r 
in one grand oblation. Minnesota and 
Iowa, Wisconsin. Illinois, Indiana and 



'j'lrro «wi:"rr..Kit K3Ca.x»ks. 



On Monday la.st three men residing at 
Hloominsfton, a sittleinent on tlw» Minne- 
."•Ota UiviT, about eighteen miles f.om .St. 
Paul, went to the Hats just Ix low there to 
cut Lay. While they were so engaged, 
one of the men, Thomas McAulcy, 
(brother of Mr. McAuley who ketips the 
meat store corner of Kob«-rti and llh 
.streets) went to the river to get a drink. 
While stooping down to drink. h<' was 
seized from behind by .some one, and 
forced down into the water. He strug- 
gled .so desperately that he got his head 
above water, and saw that his assailants 
were two Siou\ Indians ! They still kept 
hold of him, and endeavored to force his 
head under water, but being a muscular 
man, and better at the fist game than the 
devils, Mr. McAuley succeeded after a 
desperate hand-to-hand struggle with the 
savages, in releasing himself from their 
grasp, and ran towards his friends, hal- 
looing for help. The Indians then walk- 
ed rapidly away, and hid themselves. 
No jmrsuit was made of tbem as the par- 
ty had no arms. 

Mr. Mc.Vuley recognizes the two Indi- 
ans as braves who had often been in th;:t 
locality, which, as our old settlers are 
aware, is, or was before the present w.nr. 



gm inluwtistnwttts. ' LATEST NEWS, \ 



THB niOT 



Castello & Vau Vleck's 



m BTBir YOHH. 

Washington, July 16. 

Tho Trcsident has refused to husnend 

1 the drafl in New York. He will leave 

the Staf^ authorities to put down the riot 

and if they cannot do if he will interpose 



M A M M T H SHOW,: XRE ATTACK ON MORRIS fbe strong arm of the government 



AND 



OiH»ttt Moral IIxhil>ition» 




ISLAND PROGRESSIN(}. 



Ohio, Missouri and Kansas, Kentucky j a f.ivorite resort for the Indians of Shako- 

pee's band. The Indians were well 
acquainterl with the whole neighborhood, 
and had undoubtedly been scouting 
around their ohl camping ground. 
Whether there were any more in tho 
vicinity or not, it is impossible to say. 
Mrs. Pond, wife of the missionary, is 
reported to have seen these same Indiana, 
roniing from the direction of Mother 
Faribault's house, just below Sbakopee, 
about daybreak in the rooming. When 
they attack'jil Mr. McAuley, they had no 
guns with them, nor could they have even 
had knives, or they would certainly have 
used them Th«'y must have left all their 
arms at their camp, which was probably 
near l)y, and seeing Mr. McAuley in a 
favorable position for drowning, thought 
they could dispatch him in that manner. 



and Tennes.«ee, hav« all lurnished their 
share of that glorious army which has de- 
stroyed the la>l hope of the rebels, and at 
Vicksburg sealed the fate of the wicked 
rebellion which has cost the country so 

dear. 

Xor is New England 'left out in the 
cold," for the army of the gallant Hanks, 
which has been the chief actor in the last 
act thus far pertonued of the great drama, 
is almost exclusively from Maine, Mas- 
.sachiisetts, .ind Connecticut, while New- 
York, a nation in herself. an<l with sol- 
diers in almost every Union army, is no- 
bly represented there. 

And even the poor tlespiscd African has 
contributed his share to the great event, 
for t!ic history of the war records no more 
brilliant episode than those six successive 
charges of the black soldiers at P<irt Hud- 
son. Let not our pride of race lead us 
to so unworthy a jealousy of the unfortu- 
nate race we have so maltreated and af- 
fected to despise as to fail to .Award to 
them the meed of praise so well earned 
by their unexpected heroism. 

The control of the Mississippi which 
we have obtained, we shall keep undis- 
turbed, .«ave temporarily by a few scat- 
tered <'uerrillas. for we have learned how 
to koup it. AVe tave learned that no 
treaty will bind those who have repudiat- 
ed the Constitution they have so often 
gworn to protect and support. Hence- 
forth. until the law is restored to its proper 
supremacy, we rely upon the strong hand 
to preserve and maintain the ri.hts guar- 
antied to us by the Constitution and now 

ao hardly regained. 

♦ » ♦ » ♦ 

I.EE'.*) nETRCAT. 

There seems to be no reason why Lee's 
army should not be harrassed and pretty 
thoroughly destroyed before it reached 
Richmond. If our readers will look to 
the map, they will see that its course 
must first be up the Shenandoah Valley, 
with its left flank protected by only the 
mountains, through which are several 
gaps or passes which doubtless have been 
occupied before this by federal forces 
from Washington. It was for not pour- 
ing through these gaps, and then attack- 
in:: Lee's army on its route North, that 
McClellan journals abused Hooker round- 
ly. If that were then practical, with the 
rebel army intact, and its Generals' plans 
unknown, it cannot be too much to ex- 
pect, now that- Lee's army is so badly 
damaged, and his route easy to divine. 
The long wagon trains, filled with Penn- 
sylvania plunder, will be likely to grow 
"'small by degrees and beautifully less," 
as they draw near Richmond 

If we have a for<-e largely superior to 
theirs, and General Meade proves him- 
self as active and capable as he seemed 
up to the crossing at Falling Waters, the 
nation will be likely, before many days, 
to hear something from the Army of the 
Potomac whi< h will do away with all the 
chagrin caused by Lee's escape across 
the Potomac. Let us hope that the op- 
portunity will not be lost. 

» » » ■ ♦ 

nEBEIi 1.0aiMEII. 

The lebel armies must be weaker by 
HX).CH)0 men at least, than they were at 
the time Grant commenced his inarch up- 
on Vicksburg. In that brilliant cam- 
paign, closing with the capture of Vii^ks- 
burg, the rebels lost, in killed, wounded, 
and prisoners, not less than .*»0,000. The 
figures given us by this morning's tele- 
grams, of Lee's losses, are .".",000. A<ld 
to this say 10,000 at Port Hudson, since 
the attack upon it commenced, 4,000 cap- 
ture<J by Rosecrans, 2,800 killed, wound- 
e<l and prisoners at Helena, with their 
losses at Miliken's Bend and other small- 
er afl'airs, and it will be seen that our fig- 
ures cannot Vie too high. 



» » ♦ » ♦ 



nr. 1*. yu%r 



nK.iTH or i.ibi;t 
liEn. 

We are pained to learn of the death of 
Lieut. Wesley F. Miller, of the 7th Reg- 
ulars, at the battle of (Jettysburg. Wes- 
ley was formerly a printer boy in tie 
Minnesotian odice, and was a son of Col. 
.Stephen Miller. 

He entered the war as a private in the 

glorious First Minnesota, and received 

his commission for bravery at Bull Run. 

He was a talented and amiable young 

man. 

» ■ » » ♦ 

PRO.nOTlOXM. 

Capt. John C. Bccht of Co. E, Fifth 
Regiment, promoted to Major of the 
Fifth Regiment, vice Major Francis Hall, 
resigned. 

First Lieutenant llcnry Statson, to be 
First Lieutenant vice Koch. 

.Second Lieutenant John Groetsch of 
Co. I), promoted to First Lieutenant vice 
F. A. Carrlveau. 

Quarter Master Sergeant Muhlenberg 
to be Second Lieutenant vice Groetscb. 

. .. » « ♦ » ^ 

TO POST.nA.<»TERI». 

We would fain impress upon the minds 
of our Postmasters that they can frank no 
letters to this office. Inasmuch as each 
letter tlius franked costs us six cents, we 
have, ill view of our extensive business 
correspondence, a decided pecuniary 
interest in the matter. 

Will our friends take due notice and 

act accordingly? 

♦ » ^ « > 

STAMPEDE or AETTI.BRS- 

From Capt. Lueg, and Mr. Probst, of 
(xeorgetown, which gentlemen arrived 
from St. Cloud, yesterday, we learn tliat 
the settlers on the west tide of the Mis- 
sissippi are becoming alarmed at the de- 
fenseless state of the settlements. A 
number of them have come to Anoka, St. 
Anthony and Minneapolis. Itasca, a 
settlement of C\c or six bouses, haa been 
entirely evacuated. A force of men to 
drive out and kill all the Indians in the 
Big Woods is badly needed. This will 
restore confidence to the settlers, and 

prevent the depopulation of the country. 
• » ♦ « ♦ 

Pkusonai.. — We wore pleased to see 
once more in our midst yesterday, the hand- 
some phiz of I. F. Gear, Esti., of New York, 
Ea.st<Tn Freight Agent of tlie Milwaukee and 
Pruiriu du Chien Railroad. Mr. Gear will re- 
main licrc on business several days. 

John N. TrcadwcII, formerly of tliisdty,but 

now a resident of St. Peter, is in tow-n. 
■>■ — 

Si;ruKMK Court. — Eighth Day. — 
Agnes Foster respondent, vs. Peter Bcrkcy, et. 
als, Appellants. Argued and su)>mittrd. 
Judge -Emmett being related to one of the ap- 
pellants withdrew from the bench during the 
progress of the rase. 

Court adjourned until Monday when the 
session will probably terminate. 



(;ASTKI.I.<» * VAN VI.KCK I'KOHKIKTORS. 

It. VA> VALKK.\"I»LU MA."<A«:Kit. 

T. r«»LA^ I) M ASTKK or A»!i NA. 

J. KICKIIK I-K\I>KK Ol- OKCIIKsritA. 

A coiiitiiuaiion ooiiiprii-lnx nil that N excellent in 
tli>< KqiK'ktrlan prot<*i(i<iou, nil thHt Isnuvrl iu the 
school ot' (iviniiaslic*. 

A GENUINE CIRCUS, 

wItJi all thi- nuielard leatiiro* of tli<' I,f(filiiiuite 
ArtMio, l>li»iul<"<l with all >I(>'1t>rn linprovciut'iit* 
and Ao<)ui.sili<)ii« turiiiHli<-il hv ambitii n. i los<> 
application and IIk* prjci leal working uf Oiosn 
Artiitu w hoiirt motto N 

EX(EI>:lOR. 
More HIo.)(le<l, Trained llor-e.*, ami a better 
assort mciit of oth»'r rare speciini'O!" of animated 
naiun* than tiavK ever b>''-M brought btforv ihia 
coininiiiiity. 

•apertorlty tm E«er^ U«tparttn«>nt. 

Thf ('ompaiiy consists of at least 

EQiKsruiAXs. v(»i-Ti«ir.u.*<. lkatkus, 

DANCKKS, ACUnii.VTh, VOCALISTS, 

Ml.'SICIANS: 

.V',r M'affoim, A.ve farriayc*, AVjr Cnnva'$. 

Xar f>r, i.-ff, S'eif Cn^itumr*, Seir TrappiH'j*, 

Xew Sriit*tinil \fw .tppointmentt. 

The wliole forniliig an entablishmi-nt paramotint 

to the tint»!«t evf r fornu-il citln'i- in tin* eouutrj- 

or in Kuro|M». 

Thid MoUol Show w ill exhibit at ST. PAl L, on 

Tuesday, July 28th, at 7 o cPk p. m. 

A No on 

1%>«liie«<lM.r and Thnrsduy, J^ul^- teotk 

HHil .'lOlh, M< -t and V !>■ ■•■• 

AdmiiAlon 2.'> rents— U<'«erv««(l Seat* 'jO cnta. 

MK. DAN flANTELI.O, 
A* Kquestrian Manager, will lntro«luco hit 
W<tn(I«*rriil Tralacd Mor««>. 

MONITOH, 

The (liin.nioii of the WorM : also hU 
WOXnKBrt'l. EDI <- ATKW nt.t.%,, 

Don .Jucin. 

Mr. JOHN GLENROY, 

Who haa beon reonivod with admiration ami ap- 
pbuso by apprt'ciatinr audienceu on both comi- 
n»*nt*. ii'i><l ^in -d tiio title of the CliNTAi;il 
llolWKMAN.wlU exHcutMhis daring .Soim-i>8ult 
Act. 



WE HOLD NEiRLT ALL THE 
ISLAND. 

i-- 

Tho Cummingi I^int Bat- 
tery Attacked. 

— 1_ 

(Jeii. Banks' Officiil Report. 



LOSS OF LEE'S AR|Y S3,000. 



The IVe^v ^''ofrlc H-lot 
Hiippi*e»fi|&<l . 

BISINESS BEINi; kESlNED. 



THE LEADER, ANDREWS 
ARRESTBD. 



He 



Was AVhere F. F. V.'s 
Usually Are. 



THE RIOTERS ENCOUN- 
TER THE MILITARY. 

They are Mowed Down M'ith 
Grape and Cannisler. 



NEGROES BRITALLY MUR- 
DERED. 



W.M. J. SMITH, 

Wh<» haa won unfrtdlnc "aurelx. as the nlo^t jjra.e- 
ful and accomplished Iwo and Four Hor»e Kqu"*- 
trian of the «3»-. 

MR. J. TINKIIAM, 

The intrepid Horneinan and bold Rare Back Kider. 
will appear as th- Inspired Hurdle Ix^aper. 

ai»Mr*. c. yn'. nt;nRoi«'M and .n. a. 

Who ifand nnrlvalled as first class Arti.tts, are 
aUo engaged in order to render the <;ymna<iic 
Department superior to all nreoedents. Among 
tha auccessful feata achieved by those performers, 
are the 
UOUIZOXTAL BAK EXERCLSES, 

Double Trapeze, 

OlnsHicitl GrroiipinjfH. 

yir. »A5I CAATEI.I.O, 

The (Ireat Talking (;iown, whose bon mots and 
original saving-" are copied by the entire motley 
brotherhood. When such a man as this dons the 
cap anil bells, the public may rest assured of a 
icaat of humor unalloyed by vulgarity. 

MR. T. W. POLAND. 

The rcadv conrersotlonnlisf and retlned g.}ntle. 
man, the p.in«gon of King Ms-tor*. 

T. IUIR(iESS, 
MORRIS MILES, 
R. VAX VALKENBUR(i. 
M. McCOLLl M, 
A. SULLIVAN, 
11. HARMON, AND 

C. LESLIE, 

Complete the list of male artists, whil« 

MADAHEM rnAXK. and CARRIE, 

The beautiful and gifted equeatrieunea lead the 
female cortege. 

A grand proces-ion, consisting of the Band 
riiariot. Frehe's Sliver Comet Band, assiKtrd by 
Mr. La Itue, the rhampion Drummer, all of the 
Wagons, Carriages, llorseg, &c., will be given 
each moridng at ten o'clock, for the |>ttrporo of 
diimonntnttinK to the public the exteut, furuu and 
auperiori y or 

CASTELLO & VAN VLECK'S 

MAMMOTH SHOW. 

Jyl7-ld 



GREAT BARGAINS 

AT 

Tlie Choap OasH ^tort^. 

We wUl coraiBOQce this mornlof selling our flock 
of .SUMMKR 

DRESS GOODS, 



The President Refuses to Sus- 
peiid tke Draft 



He Will Interpo!fe the Strong 

Army of the tioveroment 

if Neeessary to Quell 

the Riot. 



New YoiiK, July 15 — r. m. 
! This aitornoori the raob again colic. t(;d 
ill a2(i street, near where a negro was 
lianj^ing. Failing to disperse, a howitzer 
was trained upon them loaded with can- 
nister. The first discharge wiped out 
six. Two more disehargos increased the 
number to twenty-two, wlu^n the villains 
skedaddled. 

Two negrors wore killed this P. M., one 
on pier No. 4, and the other in Tasbington 
street. 

Harper IJroa. and J. A. Gray, printers, 
and others, have been warned that their 
establishments will be destroyed. The 
hand.s are kept on duty. 

Colored people are deeing the city iu 
all directions. 

(iold has fallen to 1.27. Markets are 
dull and nominal, no business being done 
of importance. 

We have some particulars of the riot in 
."iTth street to-day. 

Another attack on 7th Avenue Arsenal 
was to be made, and a delachmeiit o( 1^60 
with an artilery company with lour twelve 
pound howitzers, proceeded to the cor- 
ner of 35th street and Uroadway. From 
Gth to 7th Avenue it was crowded with 
men, women and c ildrcn. Fifteen min- 
utes were given tbem to disperse, and at 
the expiration of the time allowed the ar- 
tillery, loaded with cannister, opened and 
five rounds were fired. A good many 
were hurt but it is not known how many. 
The street was cleared, the artillei;y hav- 
ing dispersed the mob from the vi(;inity. 
The firemen checked the llames, so 
that only three or four buildings were 
destroyed. 

The rioters proceeded to :]3d street, 
and errected a barricade of wagons across 
3M street and Cth avenue. Some hun- 
dreds of negro women and children were 
allowed to escape, but none of the color- 
ed men. Buildings occupied by colored 
people were set on fire with the intention 
ol burning colored men in them. 

At last accounts the military had ar- 
rived at the scene and a fight probably 
occurred. 

New York, July lo. 

A negro on 32d street, early this morn- 
ing, was met by a Zouave, who advLsed 
him to return to his house. The negro 
was excited, and shot the Zouave dead. 
A crowd immediately seized the negro, 
beat him to death, and then hung him to 
a tree. 

Several clothing and hat stores and 
private residences were sacked last night. 

The mob on Staten Island sacked the 
Lyceum and attacked the hospital, taking 
oQ alMJut f>00 muskets, with ammunition. 

The same mob hung a negro there. 

Stages will commence running this af- 
ternoon. 

The majority of stores down town are 
closed. 

New Yorx, July 15. 

We understand that the relreat of Lee's 
army is now a rout, and it's spirits ut- 
terly broken. This places at tho disposal 
of the Federal Government an imple 
force to overawe rioters in this and otlier 



nonuAar uE.fiMco >.¥. 

CiNxiNSATi, July 16. 
At 12 o'clock last night Morgan's ad- 
vance reached West Union. Adams Co., 
ttm miles from the river. His scouts ap- 
proached the river opposite Maysville 
this morning, but were driven back by 
gunboat.s. 



fOBElWA' IVEU'tt. 

Nkw Yonx, July 15. 

Th« Persia arrived to-night from Liv- 
erpool 4th, via Qucenstown 6th. 

Warlike rumors continue to come from 
Paris. 

Jt is rumored Russia assents to the 
essential points of the proposition of the 
three powers reganling Poland, but the 
answer wa.s not yet received. 

Insurrection continues active. 



AFTERNOON REPORT. 



THE moT MX smMW york. 

New Y'oek, July 16. — a. m. 

The Treasury Building and Custom 
House, and other public buildings, are 
guarded by cannon supported by infantry. 

Klevators were destroyed by the mob 
in Brooklyn last night to the value of 
ov«'r $10(5,000. 

Some negroes' houses in Jersey City 
were sacked and burned. 

Numbers of negro women and children 
are encamped in the Elysian Fields, 
lloboken. 

The mob at Staten Island last night 
was overawed by a patrol of armed citi- 
zens. 

The residents of Williamsport have 
orjranized volunteer eoinpanies. 

The Mayor ot Brooklyn refused to 
call a meeting of citizens on the plea that 
it would inllamc the rioters. 

Inquests have already been held on the 
bodies of about filty persons, including 
nearly a dozen innocent peojile, one a 
moth«'r and infant just born 



prominent at certain political meetings 
held at Cooper Institute and other places 
of late. Some four hundred dollars in 
rebel money was found on him. 

The Mayor of Brooklyn in view of the 
large conflagration lant night has reijuect- 
ed the citizens to form patrols for night 
duty to niHJntain oidcr assuring them ol 
his co-operation. 

A Mictii|^au regiment Is expected here 
this evening from Washington. 

The mob appears to have got the be.«t 
of the military in 2d Avenue, and bavd 
driven the latter into a foundry in 28th 
street, near 1st Avenue. More force has 
been sent, with artillery, to lescue tbem. 

Brigadier General Lester has been ap- 
pointed to command the luilitarj iu the 
city. 

vex. C:iK.91URK'» ttKPOnT. 

VVasuixgtox, July IC. 
The following has been received at the 
hearquarters of the army: 

illlADQVARTEMS DkPT. OF THF. SorTH, t 

MouKifi IsLAXD, July 12. \ 
To M Jor General llaJl. ck : 

I have the honor to report to you that 
at fiv«! o'clock on theinorningof the lOih, 
1 made an attack on the enemy's fortiiie<l 
position, oa tiic south end of Morris Is- 
land, and afier an engagement lasting 
three hours and a quarter, captured all 
his strongholds on that part of the Island, 
and pushed forwanl my infantry to withm 
sixty yards of Fort XV^agner. We now 
hold all the Island except al>out one n^iie 
on the north end, which includes Fort 
Wagner, and a battery on Cummings' 
Point, mounting at this time fourteen or 
fifteen heavy guns in the aggregate. 

Tlie assaulting column was gallantly 
led by Gen. Strong. It lande«l in small 
boats under cover of our batteries on 
Folly Island an<l f.mr monitors, led by 
Kear Admiral Dahlgren, which entered 
the main channel abreast of Morris 
Island, soon after our batteries opened. 
The monitors continued their fire darin" 



, - , ^-t , » *j\- itivfiii/vio \,iriit.iiiu(-ii lucii lire UUI 



sacked ot forty thousand dollars worth. 

The residence on 28th street destroyed 
bv the mob, was not Horace Greeley's 
as the mob supposed, but Mr. Sinclair's, 
where the former sometimes stayed. 

A man resembling Greeley was awful- 
ly beaten. 

TUE ATSACH OXCIIAKI.E9TOX. 

New Y'okk, July 16. 

The steamer Union arrived here from 
Charleston. 

She reports that Gen, Gilmore captur- 
ed nearly all of Morirs Island with a 
large number of prisoners, siege guns, 
and cannon. 

Five gunboats were shelling Fort Wag- 
oner, and have probably captured it ere 
this. 



EVENING REPORT. 



Not Horace Greeley, but ^ An* 
other Man." 

SEXMOXJS lEtLorr iiv 

BOSTOIV . 



cities. 

No doubt need be entertained that the 
power of the Government will soon be 
shown in the matter. 



i Sii-Pounder Disperseft the 
Moh. 



Disgraceful Mob ia Troy, New 
York. 



MORNING REPORT. 



RIOT i^r TROir, ^. jr. 

Albany, July 15—10 :30 r. m. 
This morning 3lK) or 400 men, said to 
be workmen in the Renselear Iron found- 
ry and Albany railworks, marched thro' 
the strtHJts of Troy, finally stopping in 
front of the limes office, which they 
stoned and gutted, destroying all the 
property within. 

The mob was addressed by Father 
Havermann.who advised them to go home. 
They subsequently visited the colored 
church, but were deterred by Father 
Havermann, from demolishing it. 

They next went to the jail, forcing it 
open and releasing all the ]>risoner8. 

The Arsenal and Marshal's office are 
strongly guarded. 

The steamer Francis Skiddy, having 
colored waiters aboard, was warned away 
from the dock, and dropped down during 
the day. The steamer has left the dock, 
it being reported that violence was in- 
tended by the mob. 

The 25th regiment of this city has not 
gone to New York, les* than 100 men re- 
porting for duty. 



RIOT lar 



THE nRAFT :fOT HUMPB.^DED. 

We rejoice to learn that glorious "Old 
Abo" refused to suspend the draft, not- 
withstanding Governor Seymour's piti- 
ftd supplications. Thank Heaven, our 
President stands erect, however unequal 
to the crisis the New York Governor Itas 
proved. 



FiusT MiNNKHOTA Rkgimknt. — All the 
present nr honorably discharged members of 
the First Minnesou Rej^iment now in this vi- 
cinity, are requested to meet at the headquar- 
ters of Col. Miller, International Hotel, at 6 lO 
o'clock this evening. 



PARASOLS, 

BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, 

BALMORALS, 

COTTON.VDB-> AND LIGHT CASSIMKKK.S, 
At jfrmtlv 

REDUCED PRICES. 

IF YOU ir.l.Vr DARGAISS, 

COMK AM) SEK fOU yOi;KSKI.VK.S, 

Rt^monibnr the plac**. 

No. 218 Third Street, St. Paul, 

NEXT DOOU TO N. W. EX1'BG.S.S OFFICE, 

H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

j«&-tr 



ROSTOSr. 

Boston, July 14, 

Quite a disturbance, but hardly 

I amounting to a riot occurred in the nort b 
part of this city this p. .M. It originated ivt 
an a.ssault on I>avid Howe, at a house on 
Prince street, vtherc Howe bad called to 
serve a notice that the resident bad been 
drafted. 

Some loafers in the street next inter- 
fered and beat Howe badly, when be was 
rescued by a policeman but not before be 
was badly, but not severely wounded. 

In the meantime the mob rapidly gath- 
ered, and a strong force of Police was 
called out when brick, stone and other 
niiasels were thrown at them, by which 
ecveral policemen were wounded. The 
outbreak was suppressed, and several ar- 
rested. 

As a precautionary measure against 
further riots, a company of regulars from 
Fort Independence will be quartered in 
the city to-night, and notice has been 
isfluetl to the 44th and 45th Regiments. 
Notice has also been given to Capt. Jones' 
light battery and 1st dragoons to be in 
readiness for immediate scrvicps if called 
upon. 

There art; no indicalions of further dis- 
turbance. 

Our authorities are determined to 
squelch any outbreak at once. 

8 :.W p. M- — A mob luts just gathered 



OFFICAI^ REPORT OF OESTERAI. 
RAJ!iK«. 

Washingtox, July 15. 

The following dispatch has been re- 
ceived : 

VicKsnuRG, 3 P. M.-— JulylUh.— Maj. 
Gen. Halleck : The following dispatch has 
been received from Gen. Banks, before 
Fort Hudson, 8th : 

<;enkiial: — The Mississippi is now 
opened. 

I have the honor to inform you that 
die garrison of Port Hudson surrendered 
onoonditionally this r. m. We shall take 
lorinal pos.session at 7 o'clock in the 

■aoming. 

(Signed) N. P. HANKS, Maj.-Gcn. 

U. S. Ga.vNT, Maj.-Gcn. 



and broken into sewrai gun shops. The 
alarm bells art; ringing and the soldiers 
and police are rapidly gathering. It is 
reported that two men have been shot. 

MiUMOirr. — Everything is now quiet. 
The rioters have dispersed and no further 
outbreak is anticipated. The polic>e and 
military arc stationed in different parts of 
the city. 

At the attack on the armory on Cooper 
street one of the rioters was killed and 



1.0SSB* OF X.BB'SARMV. 

irBADaCARTKRS AHMV OF THE PoTOMAC, ) 

July 14, 18G3. \ 
Oflicers report that they have captured 
about 2,000 prisoners, two guns, several 
caissons, and a stand of colors this morn- 
inp at Falling Waters. 

The following estimate has been made 
by competent officers of Lee's losses, 
since cro.s8ing the Potomac : 5.000 killed, 
9,000 wounded prisoners, 9..')0() uninjured 
prisoners. It is known that 6.000 wound- 
ed have been carried over the river. De- 
serters will probably reach 3.000. making 
a total loss of not less than 33,000. 

A number of deserters from our army 
have arrived in camp and will be summa- 
rily punished. 



VUK ATTACK. Off CHAnLESTOlf . 

WAJsnisoTox, July 15. 

The Richmond Enquirer of to-day, has 

tlie following : 

Charleston, July 13. 



Owing to the press ol matter on our 
columns by the Telegraphic twd Indian Expe- 
dition news, we cut our Local Department as 
short as po8«ibi« te-day. 



anotlier fatally wounde<I. An aged citi- I T« a. Cooper, A.yut.nt and Inipector «en«ral : 
zcn who rwided in that street who was I There is nothing new sRice yesterday 



F 



OR UENT. 



Ttio two litorjr frmiQM buUHIan ac tlMWMCflttfl 
nf tli« IlrliJ(<ii. 1 n • |tor>d tenaBt, th« t^na* will 
N' low onough to ««<iuailae th^ V>rMwfi toil. Ku- 
Tilreof II. vrKRKK, 

ijy* Third ttrMt, abovn xkift P. O. 



looking oa wsa also killed. Several per- ^ 
sons were wounded. 

A gun store in Dock Square was brok- 
en open but the police rallied and by 
the free use at their revolren quickly di.-* 



The enemy is engaged in establishing 
batteries for long range guns, on the 
middle of Morris Island, being aided by 
the tire of their wooden gunboats, 
wWeh ar- firing on batteries Wagner and 



pcrsed the rioters, but not before guo or . Gregg on the north end of Morris Island, 
two of them were wounded. j (Signed) P. G. T. BEAUREGARD. 



THK ]VEW YORK RKOT. 

Nk.wYoek, July 16—2 v. ^. 
Things have fully resumed their wonted 
appearance. Tracks have been relaid on 
the railroads and telegraph line* are being 
rapidly repaired. 

Uegiments and batteries are arriving, 
with more on the way. Business is re- 
sumed, and a general feeling of security 
pervades. The scoundrels and thieves 
who have been the terror of this city for 
three days and nights, are skidking to 
their dens, endeavoring to hide themselves 
and their plunder, while their abettors are 
endeavoring to leave the city. 

Threk v. m. — The gratifying intelli- 
gence of the arrest ol the villain, An- 
drews, leader ol the rioters is announced. 
He has been sent to Fort Lafayette. 

A gang of ruffians <lrove off the work- 
men this morning from the gas works, on 
14th street. 

A small gang stopped a horse car, on 
4th avenue, this morning, robbed the con- 
ductor and all the passengers, and let 
them go. 

There is no truth in the reported burn- 
ing of factories in Newark. 

In several smad towns in the suburbs 
riotous demonstrations have been pre- 
vented by the action of the Catholic 
Priests imploring their parishoners to 
desist. 

Rioters on Staten Island burned the 
depot and water station. Afterwards 
they attacked and burned negro shanties, 
killing two negroes. Many people have 
left the Island, including prominent citi- 
zens, whose lives have been threatened. 
It is stated that a riot is now going on 
in the 1st avenue, where a company of 
ihe 65th N. Y., iJuIlalo llegiiuent, was 
going to protect a steel factory. The 
soldiers were fired upon, and fifteen ol 
them killed. The soldiers returned the 
6re. Reinforcements are being now (one 
o'clock) sent to the soldi?rs. 

A station house and bell tower in 2d 
Avenue were burned at midnight. 

Sixteen rioters were killed by grape 
shot in 2d street yesterday morning, be- 
sides five women and two children. Sev- 
eral were wounded slightly in the en- 
counter. 

La.:t evening, on 1st Avenue, Col. 
Winslow, with 150 men and two howit- 
zers, charged on the rioters, who took 
refuge in the Intelligence Office, from the 
roof of which they hurled stones and bul- 
lets on the soldiers. The howitzers were 
raised on the mob and ten rounds of can- 
nisler poured into them, mowing them 
down lear fully. 

The mob ajipeared to be wi-ll organiz- 
ed and only partially dispersed. 

Col. Winslow had ten men killed, in- 
cluding a Captain and a Lieutenant. He 
retreated in good order, firing on the 
mob. 

Col. Jariden was f'arfully wounded in 
the thigh. Several ol our wounde«l were 
left in the hands of the mob. In this 
affair some thirty of the mob were killed 
and more woundcil. 

At 11 o'clock, 150 regulars with two 
howitzers, repaired to the sceiie, and wen' 
furion^ly assaulted, but the soldiers fireil 
regularly, and hitally the cannon were 
turned on the houses with terrible efiect, 
the rioters getting cutup fearfully. About 
one o'clock the troops had possession ol 
the locality. 

It is feared Col. Jariden is fatally 
wounded. This took place yesterday. 
New Toiuc,July 16. 
Five thousand cavalry sabres and 1,0(^) 
muskets have teen seized by the police in 
a house in State street 

Two negroes were killed and thrown 
into the East River, last night, by their 
murderers. 

The arrest of Ant'rews is received with 
the livliest satisfaction. It took place in a 
house of ill-fame where he and his fit con- 
sort, a black woman named Wilson, were 
located. He is said to belong to a first 
faouly of' Virginia, and has oeen quite 



On the morning of the 11th inst., at 
daybreak an attempt was made to carrv 
fort AV'agner by assault. The parapet 
was scaled but the supports recoiling un- 
der the hro to which they were exposed 
could not be got up. 

Our lotises in both a<-tions will not vary 
much from 150 killed, wounded and mi«s'- 
ing.^ 

\Ve have taken eleven pieces of heavy 
ordnance and a large quantity of camp 
equipage. The enemv's loss in killed 
and wounded will not tall short of 200. 

Very respectfallv yonr obedient servant, 
iSisni-d) ■ Q. A. GILMORE, 

Brigadier Cieneral Cummandiag. 

THE R04T0.1I RIOT. 

Boston, Jolj 19. 
All is quiet bet e this morning. Four 
or five were killed last night, and proba- 
bly a dozen wounded. Some of them 
seriously. 

The most daring act of the rioters was 
the attacking of t le Armory in Cooper 
street, where a force of military was sta- 
tioned to protect it. When the mob had 
beaten in the doors they were fired ui>on 
bv a six pounder load Jd with canniater. 
Thl-« eflfeetually scattered the mob at 
that point. One rioter was conipletelv 
riddled with shot and fell dead at the door 
of the Armory. 

Wra. Currier 71 years of age, standing 
on the stoop of his touse, on Cooper 
street, was killed. Wm. Lock, provision 
dealer, was seriously wounded in the 
thigh. Three young women and three or 
four boys were wounded, but not serious- 
ly. They were not participators in the 
riot. Two soldiers in the armory were 
injured by bricks tlirown through the 
windows The rioters then attacked the 
gun shops in Dock .square, stealing and 
destroying from four to tivc thousand 
dollars worth of property. They were 
shortly dispersed by a volley from the 
revolvers of the polic-e. 

The first dragoons appeared at nine 
o'clock and patroled along the streets, 
which, together with an infantry force, 
overawed all fartlier outbreak. The mil- 
itary continue in quarters in the sections 
of the city where the disturbance occur- 
red. 

Mayor Lincoln issued a proclamation 
warning all the riotously disposed from 
further violence, and calling on the citi- 
zens to aid in the preservation of order. 
Four of the leading rioters arrested 
last night are to be proceeded against for 
burglary, and w Itul murder. They are 
committed without bail. 



THE DRAFT XOT »i;»l*C5rDKD. 

Washixoton, July 16. 

Contrary to published statements the 
execution of the draft was suspended in 
New York only by the upnsing of the 
mob and not by the President. 

It has not been ascertained here that 
any directions have preceeded from this 
city lor prolonging the suspension be- 
yond the period when order shall be re- 
stored. 

[By Telegraph. I 
!f «w Fork n*M«y Market. 

Nkw YoaK, Jolv 13. 
Stocks inactive, but hig!ier. 
Gold 2C. 

SECoxn nrsPATCir. 

Xkw Vokk, July 16—0 r. M. 
Money easy ; f)js7c. 
Sttrling dull and lower. 

Gold loH-pr; «peiiiagat 2C^, rocUning to KHt 
closing xtoady at °JCS. 

Govi^rnment stocks quiet ; U. S. 6'c, 61 ooupOBS 
il.OTi,^; r-lO's nominally unchanged. 
Stocks better, but qut^t. 

» « ♦ ■ ♦ 

[By TflHgrapii.] 
atew York Miarket. 

Nkw Yokk, July Ifl. 
Flourdull; 10 3'JOe lower. 

0«AIN— Wheat dull and heavy; 2clow«r. Ctt» 
duU and drooping. Oats dull; 70576c, 
rork dull and lower. 
I4ird dull and nominal. 
Whikkey duU. 

SFCOXD DISPATCH. 

Nkw York. July 10—1 r. M. 
Flour dull aud nnsettled, aad 10S20c low«-. 
GK.A1N.— \Vlu>at dull and fully 2 $ Cc l0««r. 
Corn Ic Io*-er; mrKlerato tNiainc'S. 
I'orfi a »haile easier : mor.' doinr. 

♦ » ♦ » i^ 

[Hy Tolegraph.] 
Vorolarm MMrk»t. 

Li Vfe.KrooL, July 4. 
BreadxtulTsdtttl. 

Flour ea«ier— 2IS24i. 

Graih.— Wlieit dull : Ig^*^ lower daring the 
W't'k. rorninf«ir dera«n<<; Mixed 23^ edt:7s. 
Pruvl«ion« generally unclianged. 
Conoula uarhongedl 

- 3 

IDIKD. 

In St. Anthony, on the tOth last., Mrs. CLAEA, 
wifo of Jolin Wenaingar. 

Her funeral aerviee'* will be held la the Lairer- 
Miliiit Church, on Friday, at S«; o'clock r. M. Lcr 
ft lends are invited to attend. 



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Z\u faint I'lud ^tejisi. 

IM HI.ISIIKn DAILY, TKI-WKKK I.Y AM> WBEKI.Y. 

— A K'rl oidv tlurt'.'en ^car-i of a;e has 

l)eou coiiniit!«tl by il;i' roroiuT o( Leods, 
I'.iigl iml. on a cli:ir;:t! of manssluughttr. 
She att.ifkttl a little l>oy, ami flun«; him 
to the ;.r.mud wiili nwU vi(ilem'«' as t"* 
Iraciuiv hi.i nktill. 

— A hoarl of gnanlian.s in the niidlaiul 
oouniit'-; ol Jin^iaml r^Ti-nily rerei\e«l an 
a;>plIi'ation tor relief from a man who a 
ithort time ago wa.i htiti.ieU tlie c'hainua:i 
of a similar board for some years. The 
change of fortune has not been tiie re.suli 
of' improvidence, nur ol any aet he eonM 
voutrol. 

— By a letter from nn olli -er in the ar- 
my at Vicksbiirjj v.v harn »>f a mo.-t nii- 
racnlous oseaju'. It saya that Colonel 
Lh>yd D. Waddeil, InsipeeCor (leneral, 
while he was inspeetmj; sie^e guns, had a 
uu rtar-sh'.'ll burst witliin three feet of 
hisn, knoekini; him down, stunning him, 
ti-arlnjj his eli>tlu's and literally burymj; 
him with earth. As ^o'.ln as he was suf- 
lii'iently recovered he got on his horse, 
only lo be ki:oeIcL'd down, horse, and all, 
by the eoneus>ion ol anollier >hell, whieh 
wounded several others of the stall', but 
Col. Waddeil eseapetl injury. The lads 
consider hiai bomb-proof. WW] they 
may. 

— The people ul lIo>lon have in two 
ilays raised and f'orwarde«l to the Presi- 
dent of the Christian Commission at Phil- 
adelpha fourteen thousand tlollars lor the 
purchase of ^toro I'ur tlie relii-f'of our 
^it.■k and wounded sohliers. There is 
something jjractieal in the labors of this 
coumiission, whieh must commend it to 
all p.atriotie men. The Commission has 
over two hundred laliorers at ami aliout 
Gettvsbur;:. 

— A letter from St. Helena savs th.at 
tin* Emperor Napoh-ou's ancient residence 
of Old House coiitiimes to be the object 
tf numerous pilgrimages. Most of the 
otiicers and passengers belonging to the 
vessels tomliing at the island visit that 
cek'Iirated spot. !n ..ne day as many as 
sixty pcrscrij of all ranks, in spite of the 
distance and the dilKculty ol ])rucurihg 
conveyance, went to Longwood and 
inscribed their names on the legislers. 
— The Ilarrisburg i'liiDu anys: 

•'Dnrin;,' tlic hiteMiiialiy tinns tin- Pinnsyl- 
vani I liailro.iil ('oin|)any n>oI; tlif prci juitloii- 
urv sffji of ((iiut iitnitiivu'. :>' Juinrs n-iiiDxed 
iVuin iunn.'diate dan^'ir, sueli of tlicir n»iliii,!,' 
stock as was imt ali-oi inly w ;ulTr.l to carry 
c»:i a lliiutcd liu.suu.ss. 'llicr hud tliii> coii- 
ceiitra'fd Inconiotivts, iVi-iulit and iKWMii.ircr 
cars upou tlu> shliic's hotwccn Kast Lilwrty 
i;:id \\ ;!ll .Station, uu Uie wi >r<ni division of 
Uu road, extending' fortwelv • niilts in Icn;,'tli. 
'fhis Ion? train ha- ull Im.cu di>tn!>iitt d to 
ditfirent points alo:)? tlie line, ;i- tin. road is 
C'iii>iiliTcd out of daii;,er." 

— Twenty-five 'housand Turks recent- 
ly petitioned the Sidtan to sit lor his 
photographic portrait, that copies of it 
miglit be had for circulation all over the 
empire. The depidation was received 
with greataflaliility at the entrance to the 
imperial kiosk, in front of which the 
huge «'yHnder of thick pajier, mounted on 
linen, and profusely illuminated, was un- 
rolled, anil its prayer read by an attend- 
ant stcretury. The Sultan granted the 
petition, t>o that crtr/rs rfc visitr ol Sultan 
Abdul Aziz will therefore be as j)lcntiful 
as tiiosc of the most i)opular subject of 
the day. 

— renn.«ylvania is gradually recovering 
from the ellects of the rebel invasion. The 
long trestle-work destroyed by the reb- 
els on the Cinnberlarid \"alley Railroad 
has been so far repaired as to enable the 
cars to get over it. Teiegrapliic eonnnu- 
nieation has been opetied with Chambers- 
burg. Jlails will soon be despatched 
agam up the ( umberiano Valley. 

— During the niontii of Jime there ar- 
rived at ilamdton, Canada, 4,<)r.7 immi- 
grants, of whom '^,()lH were destined for 
the I'nited States, and 1,01!) for Canada. 
Last year 6,-'yJo arrived dunng the same 
month. 

— A Jiahimore female rebel, named 
Feather.ston, draped the American flag 
in crape on account of the rebel reverses 
in Pennsylvania. She is to be sent South 
forthwith. 

— A bill is pending in the l>ritish 
House of Commons, extending only to 
Scotland, proposing that after February 
next a .schoolmaster or schoolmistress 
shall be liable to a penalty for receiving 
into a school a child under fourteen with- 
out a medical certificate of its havini;been 
vaccinated. 

— Tbo New IJedford Mercurij says that 
a letter dated 17th June, received in that 
city from a seaman in oneof ourgunb«)ats 
off Vicksburg, states that bets to the 
amount of 8l,<^'*) had been made on 
l)(>ardthel>enton that Vicksburg would be 
ours on the 4th of July. 

— The unity ofthe Canadas is seriou.ilv 
affected in the matters of localities and 
reli'.'ion. TIk" French say they lear tiie 
extinction of their laws, language and re- 
ligion, and the Irish C^atholics an; afraid 
of their religion only. 

— The Toronto J.eailer has received the 
news from (lettysburg ; and "fears- that 
there is every reason to believe that Clen. 
Lee ha.v cxperienceJ a repulse." 

— Seven hundred and fifty rebel pris- 
oners arrived at Fort Delaware on We<l- 
nesday. Among these were several field 
aiid staff officers, and two hundred and 
three captains and lieutenants. 

— A Baltimore despatch gives the fol- 
lowing j)arti:'ulars of the death of Arch- 
bislxip Kenn;-k : 

He died suddenly, as is siip)H)seil, of iipo- 
I»|pxy. He WHS found dird in IHs U-d ut live 
o'clock on Wednesday iiioriiiii;; hy Father 
Foley, wlio, surjirised at hi-i abseiK-e from 
early inasM. went to ascertain the cause of^his 
non-atteiidanct-. ills Jiands w» re «rosKed 
upon hi.H hr^Httt, hi<< <-onnt(nancc ovinein;,' se- 
rene ('hristian coniposii re. 'I'he whole Cath- 
olic comumnty is much iilTected, ami all the 
Catholic churches are draned in mourning. 
No in-.' n was more pencmlly l)olovod by all 
the religious denoniiiiation« in Baltimore", ns u 
pure Christiau, sojiid companion, and un- 
questionably loyal citizen." 



OAVlMrmKOP VICK8BU» 



THT5 8AIKT FAtn. PRESS, FRiDA^, JULY 

BrutaUt: 



IT, 18GS. 



Th« 4 '«»rrra|M>nil«'nr« net«*«'«>n C)*h* 
4>irMnl uikI l*«*nil»«*rtou. 




vr has thlM 



WA.siiiN(iTO.\,.Iuly 1 1. — Tin- following 
was rcceixed at the War Department to- 
day : 

"Nkak Vick«»cko, July 3, '(>3. 

" Vickshurj; has ciipituhitod. Ycstenlay 
Con. Ciraut received the following letter : 

"'llKAOarAUTKliS ViCKMIU KU, I 

July t, 1HC:{. \ 

" • Ma\i. (;••». r. s. (innt, eominaiidin;; V. S. 
forees : 

" (!i;m'.1( \i. — 1 haxe tlu- honor to i)ropose to 

yon an ariui.-tice fur hours, with a view 

to arninj^iiif; teniw for tlie <-apitulation «»f 
\ ii-lvslair^'. Ti) thU en»l, if «;a"ceal»Ie to you, 
1 will appoint three commissioners to meet a 
like uuiuIkt to Ik- named \>y yourself, at siicli 
place anil hour to-day as you may tind conve- 
ni.iit. I make this" proposition tosavcthe 
farilu-r elln.-iou of hlood, whith must othcr- 
Avise lie shed to a fri^rliffnl extent, — iV-elin;; 
mysill fully ahle to niainia n m.\ positi.iu ns 
yet tor an iud»-(inite jhm iod. 

•••This eononimit-.uion will In- handed you, 
under a tla;,' of truce, by .MaJ. (ien. liowen. 
•' -Verv rcspcelfullv, vour ob't .xciv't, 

'MOIiN C I'KMP.r.ltTON.' 

To this Cen. Grant replied as follows : 

" Hk.vou' TKUs Dki'.vhtm't «>r Ti:nm;ssi:i:, i 

" In iMi; Kii I.I) M:\it Vicksih no, % 

-July .;, bs<;.!. N 

•• 1-i.ut. (;eu. J. C. I'cmlKM-ton, Cominandin;; 

Confederate forcis, ,S:C. : 

•' (iK.M.UAi.s — Your note of this date is Ju.-f 
received, projiosiiifi an annistice t>f scvi-ral 
hours for the purpose of arran^in;; terms ot 
eapitidation thnai^h eoniuiissioners to be a]i- 
l>oiiitcd. The ctUision of blood you |iroi)o.NC 
.■>topi>in;r by this <-;)iirse can lie ended at any 
lime you may choose, by an iine>>nditional 
surreutler of the city anil ^'an-ison. Men 
who have shown so much endurance and eour- 
a, ire as iliesi- now in \'ieksburg wdl always 
(•hallenue tin- respect of an adversary, and 1 
e.m assure you, will be tri-nre<l with all the 
respect «lue them as prisoners of war. I do 
not favor the proposition of appointim; com- 
mittees to arran^'c terms of capitulatii-n, U-- 
eaiise I have no other terms than tho.-<e indi- 
»-ated alK^ive. 

•• I am, (icneral, very respectfully, your 
oltedicnt servant, 

"U. .s. GllAXT." 

Major Cicncral liowen, the bearer of 
Pembertoa's letttcr, was received bv 
(Jeneral A. J Smith. lie expiessed a 
.■>trong desire lo i-onverse with Iteneral 
(>rant, and aeconlingly Grant, while de- 
clining this, reipicsted General Smith to 
say that, if (leneral Pemberton desired 
to see him, an interview would be grant- 
ed between the lines, in MePherson's 
Iront, at any time in t!ie alU-ruoon which 
PemLerton might a]>point. 

A message was soon sent back to General 
Smith, appointing three o'clock as the 
time. 

(Irant was there with his staff, and with 
(lenerals Ord, McPherson, Logan, and 
A.J.Smith. Peml>erton t-ame Lite, at- 
tt-nded by General Powcn and Colonel 
Montgomery. He was much excited, 
and was impertinent in his an.swers to 
( irant. The conversation was held apart 
between Pemberton ami his oflieers, and 
Grant, McPherson and A. J. Smith. Tlie 
rebels Insisted on being p iroled, and al- 
lowed to march beyond our lines, <dlicers 
and all, with eight days' rations, drawn 
l:n:n th(-ir own stores, the ullicers to re- 
tain their property and body servants. 

(irant heard what they had to say, and 
lelt them at the end of an hour and half 
.-aying that ' e would sen<l in his ultima- 
tum in writing, to which Pendierton 
|)romisted to reply before night — hostili- 
ties to ceas(> in the meantime. 

Grant then conlerre«l at bis headcpiar- 
tcrs with his corps and division (om- 
mander, and sent the following letter to 
Pemlx-rtou by the hands ofGen. Lo^an 
and Lieut. Col. Wilson : 

llKAiiQiAisTKUK Dci'T. or TUF. Tkxm:sskf, / 
Nkau VicKsinuo, July ."}, 1M<>:{. \ 

I<t. 4Jt>n. .1. (;. remberlon, coiiimaiiUhig CoufeU- 
erate fori-e.s at ^'il•kKbllr;^, .Miss. : 

(Ji.M.KVi, — In contbrmity with the ajo^ei-- 
iiient ofthisalterno<»n, I sulanit the followiiii: 
proposition for the sniTeiidcr of the <-ity of 
\ieksliur,L,', till" public stores, &<-. On your 
ae<-ej»tin;r the terms i)ropo.-«ed, I will march in 
oik- division as a ^iianl, and take iios.-ession 
at S .\. M. to-morrow. As soon as |>aroles can 
be made out imd sii,'ned b\' the ollieers and 
men, you will be allowed to mareli out of our 
lines, — the otlUers takinir with them their n-;;- 
iniental eiothin^^ and stall, ticid and cavalry 
ollieers one horse each. The rank and lilc will 
be allowed all their clothing, but no other 
property. 

if these conditions are a»-ccptcd, any amount 
of rations you may dt-cni ne(-essary can be 
taken Irom the stores you now have and also 
the iieecssary c-ookin;,' utensils for pri-j)arini,' 
them. Thiitv wa;.'ons also, eoMntiii;.' two 
horse or mule teauns as one, you w ill be al- 
lowed to trimsport siuh aitielcs as cannot be 
carried alon;;. Tin- .same conditinns will be 
allowed all siek and wounded o(tlc«-rs imd 
pri\ates as fast as they iM-eome able to travil. 
The paroles (,f the.se latter must t>t- si;;ned, 
however, whilst ollieers are present authori/ed 
tosi.u:!! the roll of pris(jners. 

I am, Oeneral, vi-ry resi)ectl'ully, your 
oiKMlient servant, 

U. S. fJllAXT, Maj. Gen. 

" 'The officer who received this letter 
stated that it would be impossible to ans- 
wer it by night, and it was not till a little 
befori; daylight that the following reply 
was furnished : 

'"IlKAiMirAiiTKiis VicKsHriio, July 4. 

"'To Maj. (ten. I'. S. Grant, eommandui^ I'. 
N. forces, ftv. 

'" Ok.nkuai, — I have the honor to acknowl- 
ed'-re the receipt of your comnmniciition of 
this date, )(roj)osinK terms f.ir the surrender of 
this ;,'arrison and post. In the main your 
terms are ai-eepn d ; but, in justi(-e lK)tli to the 
honor and spirit of my tr«Mips, manifested in 
th;- ih-fense of Vieksbiir^', I have the honor to 
submit the foUowiim amendments which, if 
ne<eded by yon, will |K.-rleet the ajfr«-i-nuut. 
At 10 o'<-l(M-k to-morrow I proiM>sc to evacuate 
the works in and around Vieksbiir;;, and to 
surn-nder the city and ;;arrisou under my 
(-ominand, by inarehin;^ out w itii my colors 
imd army, and stackini,' them in front of my 
present lines; after whidi you will take jmis- 
s(-ssion ; the officers to retain their side-arms 
niid persoHHl property, and the rights and 
]»ro])erty of cili/.ens Ik- n-pected. 
" ' I am, General, vours verv repectfullv, 
•"J. C. PKMUKRTdN, Lieut, (ien.' 

To this (ieneral Grant immediately 

replied as follows : 

Ilr-ADQrAitTF.its Dki't. ofTkxxkssek, > 
III;! oitK VicKsmiui, July 4, 1S63. S 

Lieut. Gen. J. ('. Pemberton, Commanding 
Forces in ^■icksbnl•g: 

(iKxmiAi. — I have the honor to aekiiowlotlRC 
your communication •)f the 3d of July. The 
amcndin(-nts proposi-d by you caunot b«^ acce- 
ded to in full. It will Im- necessary to furnish 
(-very offleer and man with a |)arolp sipned by 
himself, which, with the completion of the 
rolls of prisoners, will ncce.s.fnrily take .some 
tinu-. 

.A^'ain, I can make no .stipulation with re- 
f,'aid to the treatment of citizens ami their 
private pro|)rrty. While I do n<»t propose to 
cause any ol them any undue annoyance of 
losK, I eannot consc-nt i<x place myself under 
restraint by stipulations. The property whieh 
oillcers can be allowed to take with them will 
Ik- ns stated in my proposition of last evenin;,'; 
that IS, otiicers will Ik^ allowed tlieir private 
ba;r;,'ape and side-amis, and wouuUcd oflieers 
one horse each. 

"'If you mi-aii, by your proposition, for 
eaeh bripule to manl'i to the front of the liiu-s 
now «M-eupiwl by it, and stack their amis, at \ 
10 o'clock A. M., and then return to the inside i 
and remain as ))risoners until pro|>crly paniled, 
I will make no obji-etitm. 

" '.Should no ftidii-ation )k' miwle of vour nr- 
ceptaiue of my terms by i) o'cl<»<-k " a. m., I 
shall reptnl thenias havin'g lioen rejected and 
a<t ae<-ordin^'ly. Should these teniis be ac- 
cepted, white lla;,'s will Im- diftphiyed ahmj; 
your Hues, t<» jirevent sm-h of my troops as 
may not have been not itird l^om (trinf? upon 
your men. 

" 'I am, (Ueneral, very rcspct-tfully, 
" 'Your oiicdicnt servant, 

••«U. 8. ORA>'T, Maj. Ocn.* 



iUtX of tUp Chlpt^lryp 

Atrorltfttfl of tlivlr .i^ftBck •» Brash 
•>ar €'ttj, La. 



saear 



•"Hl.AIMirVKri-.FS, ViCKMI lUI, f 

July I. isai. i 

"'.Maj. (ien. F. .s. Giant, eommaiiding U. S 

.,. ' ' . , . , , i C'orre«poudencc ofthe N. V.TrlbuiiP. 

" '(Ji;\r.i!Ai.—l have the h-'hir to acknow- ' i . • ^ , • 

le.lirethe receipt of ^our cominunieat.on of 1 regret tliwt 1 have to come to you 
this date, and, ill reply to it, say that the terms with a record of criieUies the like ol 
liro|Mi.sed by yon are acc-i-pttd. 

•*'V«'rv n-sj>oetfullv, vour ohd't p.crv't, 
" 'J. C. I'L.MUKlttoN, Lieut. Geii." ' 



which (-halleiiges history for a comparison. 

A week ago, lirasbe ir <ity was tiurprised 

and captured, with all the troops, nuni- 

^ „ . . ., ...... berinc about 1,U(.*<> mm, including nearly 

.... , all too Ironsides remiiient. iVlajor Mor- 

. gan, three or four oflieers, and about I. <() 
It is amusing to .see how the reliel edi- j ,„e„, being absent from the regiment at 

tors ileceived thcmsi-lvcs, or at any | the time, are the only onea who are frc<-. 

rate th(- Southern piiblit-, nspccting the , Before 1 come to my'story of cruelties, 1 
... , ,,. • . \-- 1 1 I express what is everv day being repeated 

coiiilition ol allairs at \ K-kslmrg. i ii i i .i » /i • . .i 

" . ' by all hands, timt the surprise was the 

'Jhe Mobile llr./i!<ter ofthe •_>4th iilt., is j ,„^,gt diagraeelul and inexcusable of al- 
most any in the history of the war. 

Now, uiy story : From two men who 
escaped, and from rebel sympathizers in 
the city, 1 learn tliat the great contraband 
camp near Rrashear City, was ilashed 
upon by the furious Texans. When in 
the camp a few weeks jireviously, I found 
there as many as (j,<)00 old luen, women 
and ehildieii. Of these, 2,000 or 3.000 
were removed before the attack. Those 
who remained were slaughtered by the 
Texan cavalry in the most shocking man- 
ner. Thi' cry ol the sucking babe, the 
prayer of the aged, the shrieks ol the 
mother, had no effect. The slaughter 
was terrible. 1 thought the massacre at 
St. Martinsville, where /iOO men were 
fou!id on mules striving to reach Gen. 
Banks' army, and were surrounded, cap- 
tured, and all hung — 1 ihought that, of a 
month ago, was bad enough ; but this 
ecliiises it completely. 

One incident about a few black sol- 
diers at the Burprice of iJrashear. Capt. 
Allen, one of Gen. L'lman's recruiting 
officers, had about 150 recruits, with a 
couple of recruiting Sergeants. They 
were all armed, and on board a car, 
waiting jiatiently to start for New Or- 
leans in a lew moments. The attack was 
made. The Captain was not surprised. 
He and his men made a breastwork of 
the ear, and there they lought the rebels 
alone, till nearly every one died. Those 
who survived were instantly slain by the 
ruffians, who hungered for their Idood a.s 
a lion for his J^rey. Whether the Captnin 
survived, is a mystery. When, O ! when 
shall the nation rise to a comprehension 
of the infamous character ofthe wretches 
who hus. in the face of heaven and earth, 
and in the boasted light of this nineteenth 
century, perpetrate these atrocities with- 
in our borders? God enable all our loyal 
men and women to discard, dispise, and 
dusowii any who talk of "peace" %\ith 
such wretches. 

» » ♦ t ♦ 

How LiKLT. Ha/.i.ktt wa.s Kiixki>. 
— Ill trying to catch the final words of 
fieii. Weed, Lieut. Ha/lett was kneeling, 
and bent his head close to Gen. Weed 
to receive his dying command, vrhen a 
bullet, the unseen messenger of death, 
hit him in the forehead, and, falling on 
the bosom of hii friend and associate, be 
breathed his life away without a word or 
groan. It was a touching spectacle to 
those witnessing it. Such, however, are 
some of the natural incidents of war. 
Lieutenant Ha/lett graduated at West 
Point in iHtJI. Though young, he was a 
most thorough and efficient, as well as 
brave and popular oflicer. He was at- 
tached to Gen. Grilfurs old battery at the 
time ol the formation of the regiment,and 
ever siin-e the promotion of the latter to be 
a liri^adierGeneralhas been in command 
of the battery. He was unmarried and 
has a mother at Zanesville. — N. Y. Iler- 
al'Ps Qettyshurg Cor. 

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HierchanIs^dis^tch. 

OWNKI) AND MAXAGKD 1;V TUB 

A-inei-ican Express 
Oompany. 



sure that there was an abundance of salt 
in the city, that Pemberton had cattle 
pastured on the l^ouisiana shore, and that 
if the sie2e continued all summer (iraiil's 
army woiihl be swept away by the mala- 
ria and l»ad water ofthe r»-gIon. 

The Natchez Courier learns by a "re- 
liable gentleman" that j>erlect eonfulence 
existed in the garrison, nobody was in a 
hurry, and there were no signs of starva- 
tion. A corresiiondent of the Augusta 
(da.) CiinslilutiniHtl of .June, says : 

Mark my word, the wives and sisters and 
daiijihters of those who have used every term 
to ri'\ ile l'(-iiib(-rtoii w ill, in a lew weeks, Ik- 
strewiii,-; flowers in his palli and heaping 
praises upon him as their lieioic .savior." 

'I'he same w ritiis are equally «'oiitident in 
n-jrard to Port Hudson. One says: "(Jive 
Joe Jolmston a little time tuor;;ani/.eaiid ]dan 
and rest eoufident that he will relieve \ ieks- 
biir^, ojieii the way to I'or: Hudson, drive 
Hanks like chalf before the w ind, and sweeii 
like an avalauelu- upon New (jrleaiis, now 
moiirniin; liKt- Niobe 'in lu-r Miiceless woe.'" 

Still, some are honest enou;<h to exj>ress 
their fears that Jolmston c<mld not do aiiy- 
thiii^'. 

Oiu- papir ri'innrks : 

"Our information its to (ieneral Johnston's 
oiK-raiions leads usto the opinion that up to the. 
2°Jd he had not mateiially changed his lines 
Iroin those wc stated he occupied s<ane days 
aL'o, viz : — His rtijht at Ynz(n> f'Hij and his t<-ft 
<it lioltou's, on till' Soiit/irni Itnilroad irist uf 
Jitiksini. 'I'her(- wi-re si;;iis of an early move- 
ment iiianifi-st ; but (ieneral Johnston ]>rovo- 
kin;,'ly continued retieent a«. lo the direct i(»ii. 
If III- imli/ micri'fds in i/rf'iiii/ from (lie iiiitliuri- 
tir.s flir hflp lie asks, tin- I'uni/inii/ii will be a 
short Imt hiilliatit our." 

Another cries : 

"Oh, for ten i»r tifteiii tliou.san<l men to a<ld 
to (idieral Johnston's army, just at this junc- 
ture, when dismay begins to sjin-ad itself 
tiiroii^'h the enemy's liiu-s, and di'spair be;;iiis 
to liovi r ovi-r their ranks. Ten ortilU-en thou- 
sand men to add to hi.^ little army, and then 
hurl tln-iu, wi-li the iinp«-tui sity of men li^dit- 
iiiu' not onl\- for liberty, but life, against the 
maiiiiled lionle of thieves and assassins besiei;- 
im; Vieksbiiri^. Will the administration at 
Uiehmond .send them." 

> I • t • — 

The U«*Mth uf Ci«*n. IBarksdale. 

A correspondent of the 7 /•///»<if, writing 

from the battle field of (Jettysburg, July 

r», says : 

The following; particulars of the death of 
the noted rebel t Jeneral William r.arksdah- 
liavojiist lieeii eoiumnnieated to me. Lieut. 
Col. Charles 1-'. Liviii;;stoii, of N(-w York, 
A. I. •;., on Major (Mineral Doubleday's statt, 
on the iiiirht of Thursday, July "J, went out in 
the e.xireine front to diseo\er if possible the 
Ixxly, he havin;; been informed by a pri.somr 
of till- locality where !5arks<lale was shot. 
The spot was alM)ut a quarter ot° a mile in ad- 
vance of our pickets, ami Colonel LiviiiRston, 
with his small party of sireteher-bearers, was 
once driven in by rebel si-outs, but ouase<-ond 
attein]>t was so foituiiate as to be suceessHil. 
The lH)dy of the (ieneral was found when life 
was not yet extinct; but his wound wiisa 
mortal om-. He was lifted upon the stretcher, 
and being a very heavy person. eii,'lit men 
were required to bear his wei;;lit. He de- 
clared with his last breath that lie was ]>n)U(l 
of the caii.se he died in li;;litiii;; for; |)roiid of 
the manner in which he had received his 
death woiiiul; that the reln-Is were invincible, 
and althouudi re]uiI.Md to-day were sure of 
victory on the niorn^w. He leil with Cohmel 
Liviii;;ston his watch, pocket iNiok, and otlnr 
trinkets, to be sent to his fri uds in Missis- 
sippi. 

iiarksdale, as every one knows, was an e.x- 
tremely bitter secessionist, who indulged in 
many and npeati-d threats, )irevious to the 
war, of the dis.solution of the I'nion. The 
watch is a lar;;e ".'old one, elalM>rat«-ly eha.s«-il ; 
then- iux' several articles of jewely iii addition 

(O it. 

A Littl«* l>ark«*.T'« K-tplolt. 

We learned yesterday, (says the Phila- 
delphia Inquirer ofthe 0th,) the following 
incident, on the authority of an officer in 
the Custom House, on leave ol absence 
from Col. Thomas' regiment : 

When the re;;ini(-nf ^as at Wrightsville, 
Col. Thomas, at a jiojn" about a mile alnive 
the brid;<e,^ave his horse to .i litth- bl ick lK»y 
to hold. 'Ihc lM)y is about thiiteen years old, 
and alnnit the color of Russia sheet iron, 'f'lie 
tirst thing the Ixiy knew, a squad of relK-ls 

came up. " Here, you bla<k ," said a .ser- 

^'eanf, ;rnispiii^' at the bridle of the horse, "we 
want that animal." (iuiek as a Hash the litth- 
darkey struck the horse's ribs with his he«-ls, 
j,'ave an Kthiopiaii yell, and away the animal 
sped, lil*e a lri;,'liteiied deer. The rebels dn-w 
;<uiis on him, and tired several shots, one of 
which sliKhtly ^Taziiiir the aiiimars liaiinch, 
;.'ave him wiii;;s as will as let's. The litlle 
darkey rode till he came to a jMtint where he 
coulil take the water,and then swam the qiiad- 
rupe»l .safely over l»y the li;,'ht of the burniuj^ 
brid^'c. Col. Thomas lias tikeii the boy with 
him, and has undertaken to see to his future 
well bi-ilix. 

-♦• « ♦ »-♦■ — — - — 

Ci«'i»rrul HIrlil*'*. 

(ieneral Sickh-s, his friendii will be 
gratified to learn, is doing well. After 
receiving his wound and undergoing am- 
putation he was i-onveyed to Washington 
by a crooked route, to avoid the enemy. 
At om- house in Pennsylvania the woiinil- 
ed man was obliged to pay five dollars 
for a night's stay. After his arrival at 
\Vashington he showed .sym|)tonis of ex- 
haustion, which gav(! rise to apprehen- 
sion ; a mcssagi; was sent to Mrs. Si<;kU>s 
to repair thitlier, which has since been 
countermanded. 

(ien. Hooker paid him a visit and he 
was admitted ; the two grasped eaeh oth- 
er's hands, neither of them saying a word. 
Tears rolled down the cln-eks ofthe iron- 
hearted veteran and he turned away. 
Messrs. Liiit.-oln and Hamlin also called, 
as is generally known. 

According to the present indications it 
will not be many months before General 
Sickles will again be in the saddle. His 
surgeon has declined proffered assistance 
because of the improved condition of the 
patient; and application has already been 
made for a Palmer's patent leg, to re- 

fdace, as early as can be permitted, the 
imb lost at Gettysburg. — Ereniug Post, 
'Jth. 

— A pleasant incident occurred at the 
celebration of the Loyal League of New- 
ark on thi! I'ourth. Shortly after the 
exercises had commenced, the proi-lama- 
tion of the President, announcing the 
viciory of our arms, was receive<l and 
read. Jmniediately the audience rose to 
their feet, and with one voice, sung the 
I)o.\ology, "Praise God from whom all 
blessings flow." This was followed by 
{M-ayer ; and Kome minutes after by a 
fresh outburst of rejoicing, men, women 
and chihM'n all uniting in the demon- 
strations of thankfulness. 



()u and after tida dat*, by upocial arraiigeinent, 

The merchants' Dispatch 

will receive and forward from this city to New 

Vork and Ro.«tui) freij^hts reqtiiiiiig quick 

transportation, at 

T.x>wei' I^ateN and in 
Better- Tlnre, 

Than can be obtained by any other route or coin 

v*»j-ancc excejit the reptilar i:xprew, by 

l>a«seiigpr trains. 



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Our stock will be found laroe and comi'lktk at all tinier, and at prices to fi-iit the vi<-wf> o 

closest buyers. December 1, Isfti 



— (ien. Hancock, who was wounded in 
the (jlettvsburg fight, received a musket 
ball and n frn-pnmy nail in his leg. 

— The Loval L'nion Leaijuc of Phila- 
delphia sent one full regiment of one thou- 
sand men to the scene of conflict in South- 
ern Penn.sylvania, and another is to or- 
gini/ed immediately. Has any "demo- 
cratic '' so(-iety by whatever name dis- 
tinguished, done as much in the national 
behalf? 



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IMPROVKD 

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TheoldoiiteKtabUshinent In the United States, 
einpkiyinR 2UU meR,and tlnlKliiiig eighty inetni- 
mentis per week. 

M.i«UKACTORY CORNER OF MAKVI.ASD AKD 
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WHOLBSALR DEfOTS. 

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itH history, will bear in mind that wo are tlie pio- 
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riiiU-ti.Slaten, liui hi the world. Weconinieiioeti 
the iimiiiiluetiire of MelodeonH In the ThII of the 
yi-ar IMT, and !<U\n' that time have flnlNlied and 
aold T\VI-:NTY-hKVKN lIlOluSAM). ThoiM< 
liiMtrutiieiitM are now in line not onlv in ttie Uni- 
l<-il .stuten and Cuiuiila, Imt nino In l-liiriilM-, Asia, 
Afrleu, .South America and the WeMi liidIcK, and 
fiuni ull Ihene iptHrterM we havt) Ihe niiint Itatter- 
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they are held. 

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We Nliall take pleannre In forwarding by mall 

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ill whi<-h every iiiHtrunient w<' maiiiil'iicliire l» 

fully di-fierilM-d and llhiittrated bj' eleguiit ellgra^ - 

All Melodeon* of our loanufiu-lure. either »uld 
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we ho d oiirHelvoN ready and willing to make the 
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jiorting Westward bound bufiine!>!!, during 

the last ten year^, will be 

A SUFFICIENT GUARANTEE 

Tliat all coniractH made by it, will Im^ faithfully 
carried out. 



JUST K E C K I V E 33 a^ t 

C . P R O A L ' S , 

An assortment of (lum Ciood.a, such as 

Gum Blankets, Gum Pouches, Gum Coals, (lum Taimas Gum 

Wading Boots, etc., etc. 

ALSO, ALL SOllTS OF LEATHER TRAVELlNfJ CONVENIENCES. 



Cornei* Tliir-tl aii<l Kol>erl-Sts. 

January 11, 186:1.— ly. 



DiTlS 



The Merchants' Dispatch 

Is al.^o prepared to offer increa,«cd facilities, l>oth 
in time and rate:!, for 

WESTWARD BOUND P>USINESS. 



Our freight.* are tranMported by Kinigrant and 

fast Freight Kxpre.ss trains', and handled by 

our own men at all points of transfer. 

Cliaiin» for ¥..»«•»» untl Dimiit^r*** «iill 
bf proniiitly Htijumtfcl at tlti* 

For rate.* or fur'her iuforuiatiou in<iuire of 

J. C. & H. C. BLTIBANK & CO., 

Agents. 
St. I'uul, June loth, ISii-t. Jelli-Um 



NEW 



PLAKEMAN'S THE 



JEMELRt STOKE, 




Four door* below THOMPSON & BltOTHER'S 

liank, and next door below .SHAW'S 

Fa!<hiouuble Itut Store, 

On Third Street, 

Can l>e seen siileudid 

SILVER TEA SETS, CAKE BASKI:TS, ICE 
PITCHERS, CASTORS, 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Ojial and Ruby Rings, Solid Cold Ear- 
Rings and Pins iu sets, 

Fi-oMi #ir; to #so. 

.•|ilO,000 worth of SETH TUOMAS CLOCKS 

JUST RECEIVED. 

Those wlohing to supplv themselves with a per- 
fect Clock, will buy the SETH THOMAS 
CI>OCK of 

A. bla.k:em:a.iv. 

X. U. — The Cheap American Gothic Clock, at 
Factory prices. All warranted to run well. 



A Fi.VK AssoKTMKNT of tlic American 
manufactured Watch adjusted to lieat and cold, 
and the roost perfect timer made. A. IlLAKE- 
MAN sellH them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake the ]>lace. Itc sure that you call iu at 
TIIE NEW JEWELRY STORE. aplS-ly 



w 



A N TED! 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, &c., in a small family. 
Nmiic but A competent person need apply to 
W. 8. COMBS, 
BOOKSTORE, 

In the 
Jan-.M IVST OFFICE BUILDING. 



T rATCirS BATTALION ! 

UKCRITITS WANTKt). 
#-IO TJoTiiity! 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOARD 
WILL BE PAID. 

1 he men will be enlisted for three years or 
during the Indian War on our Ironlier. This 
enli»lin«iit avoids the ilrafl, wiileh ^houlll l*«u 
Hreat ludliceineut to Ihose stihjert to the same 
Apply to A. T. CIIAMllLIN. 

Corner of Seventh and Jaeksoii-sts., 

Je•^5.|f St. l*aul. 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

On and after MONDAY, JUNE l.'jth, Pas.senger Trains will run as follews : 
Leave St. Paul. Arrive at St. Anthony. Leave St. Anthony. Arrive at St. Paul. 



o :4o A. M. 

11:30 A. M. 

5:00 P. M. 



apl8 tf 



6 :20 A. M. 
12:05 M. 
5:85 P. M. 



8:00 A. M. 


8:35 A. M 


■J -Ml p. M. 


2:35 p. M 


G:00 p. M. 


6 :3o v. M 



15. i.ITCHF'IELD, 

CrCMcral Siii>erinteii<iei»t. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

ve>:krf:a^l diseases, 

AKl» 

All AtTectious of llic Uiiaary aud Generative 

Organs, ^rc, iVc. 

This Institution was organized under a Sf>e<-»al charter in I>;V>. The method of treatment adoptt-il 
is the same as that omplo-ed in tl'.e best French, l".iigll-,l> and Am-rican hospitals, llie atteiidjn;j 
phy.^icisin in a regular grad-jate of the Ci-l!igii Meiiici nhi^ycv^l-^. Wiihout degradii.g it into enipyn- 
eis'iii, a- is practieed by advertising 't'-"»*-'!'S "former sudcrors ,"' aud '• henevulei;! af.-otiations," hf-, 
like Rieerd, C'iviale, Vidal, IJuuisiead, tec, has made this branch of Surgery a biiecialify euring thf- 
past ten years, and is prepared to give patients a^ good treatment as they could obtuiu iu Ea»terii 

Cities. , , , . . . , , 

The oihce i.? arranged in separate tipartments, so that those wjio desire can consult the doctor witn 
the utmost privacy. The In.-timte is provided wit li a .sV'//-o.,vW<r lor measuring the vjtajcapacity. ana 





.-Syphilis, in all its stages; Gmorrha'a; Gleet; Mricture; Affectious 

ifydroei-I.-, or Droi.-^y of the Serotir- "''-" ' -* 

Itfuuma-.isin. Piles, Kistiila, and DUea 



I'l tue Ki-'neys, Uladder, i^c. ; 
y ofthe Scrotum, Varicocele, aud otlier diseases ofthe 'lesticles asei Cord; 
jUeasi's of the Rectum and Amis; and all complaints peculiar to 
Females. Also, Spermatorrha-a, or .Sf //'</'"/ ire(il:»ri>A^ for which our treatment n> now admitted to 
be even more successful than tJiat of l^alirmand, of Montpelier. 

PATIENl .S AT A DISTANCE — Treated by «x>rri-sp;)iid.-noe, jind Medici«e(> pent under seal to care 
aiiv ca«e at home. Full particulars turiiishcd'on applicaiion by letter. 

.iisT PiBi.isiiEi) — Tl.o -.iOth edition of our Mid'cal TJiy.o/ f , contaiuiug 70 psges and nun^rous 
engravings, treating on the above diseases; oent to any address on receipt of price, 15 ct». Also, iu 
press, and nearly r. ady, the -Jnd edition of our large work on Venereal Surgery. 

4SB"Oflice in Concert Hall Block, iieai- the I'ost Otiice. Consultations can he had ft-om » a.v. to 1 
P. M. Sundays '.» to 10 A, M. All letters bhculd be directed to 

THE G.VLENIC INSTITUTE. 

jy;< (Uox I'.iJ.) Saint Paul, Minn-sota. 



-pOSTER & IIARDENBUSGH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAHi MAKERS, 

:%'o. '£11 Svnth IWater Street. Chicagro, 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of 

^lanillo. & Tari-ed Kope, | 
X>itel»iig' itopcs. 

Old Canvass, Oakum, Tar, Pitch, 

CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TENT.', A^ry. 

INGS, WAGON COVERS, COTTON 

AND RISSIA DUCKS, 

Common and Patent Holat Mheela, for build- 
ings, constantly on hand. 
f;i:o. K. rosTKR. (jel.Vly) c. m. HARniXBURGii 



THE CHEAP (;iSH STORE A 
LITTLE AHEAD. 



JUST RECEIVED, 

A NEW LOT OF 

LINEX COATS, 

PLAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FINK LOT OF FIGUUKD 
3f ARSKILl'lS -.VESTS, 

All of which we an» pr<»part»d to »eU at 

« EDUCED PRICES. 

W. H. TE3ri?JL.E, 

my.-UMf TUIRD-ST. 



TIIE PEOPLE SAY THEY CAN BUY 

DRY GOODS 

A. Little Clieapei* at 

'•The Cheap Cash Store," 

THAN ANV OTHER PLACE IN TOWN. 

If you do not believe it, " COME AKD SEE." 

We have a splendid stock of 

LA^WNS, PRINTS. mX)P SKIRTS, BALMO- 

R.vLS, CLOTHS. ("ASSIMERES, 

Aud all kinds of 

Fancj and Domestic Goods* 

Which we will l>e glad to show to anv wishing to 
purchase. Rememl>er the place. 

No. 218 Third Street, 

NEXT DOOR TO N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

je.%-tf 



BOOTH A HHOES 



Paul. Minnciiota 

FOR 

ST. PAUL 



AT 



VERY LOW PRICES, 



»ALE. 

PROPERTY. 

tarSfor a lot SO feet by iSO in tho ricinitjof 
Jafliuon street and Twelfth. 
A flrst-clasg Stoue Store on llilrd street. 

A lot on Minnesota utreet, near Third, with 
building. 

Two Dwelling Uouiiei, f .WO each. 
A beautlfal lot «n feet by 200 with flne grore of 
tree*. IIKMKY McKBNTT, 

DvalurinRealKaUta. 
St. Paul, May 14. isai.^d&w.lm 



■pARMER WANTED. 

1 want a r<>sponiiibl«* man and wife to take 
chargn of my (arm and abeep vu nharea. aoo 
acres of land— OO of it uuder plow. '-tOO »heep or 
niiire. Addretia, 
JyMf U. W. UARRY, Dundaa. 



U. S. 5-20 LOAN. 

SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RE- 
CEIVED FOR 

Xhis Popular ILK>au 

Until farther notice at our office. 
TUOMP.SON BRO'S, Rankera, Agt*. 
July 6, 18(VJ. iy7-2w 



H 



ERNDON HOUSE, 



at 



KILPATRICK'S. 



St. Paul. June C. 1863. 



e« 



TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES, 
SNCFF, kc. 

F. W^. TUOHELT, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, CInrt. 
fcc. Fine Imported Cignrs, S-noking and Chew- 
Inc Toblicooi. ii'iiie Cut Cliewing, superior to any , 
in the oitr. Aweut Briar Root Pipes, a large as- ; 
iortmene: k\ W TOCHELT | 

Tbird'tt., near Edf erton'a Hank, 
myO-ly 



Comer of Third and Vemiilllon Street*. 

HASTINGS. - - - MINNESOTA, 

iMte of tht Mrrchnnt*' Hotel, «t St. Paul, 

PROPRIETOR. 

0^ Pa.ssenger8 conveyed to and from the 
Boats free. JeiO-am 



/CURTICE & HALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 
JBLeal Estate A^rents, 

OJice iti Mackiibin't JSlocl; muhinfitoM Street, 

betwfcn Third and Fonrth-iit*-, 
Will prompflv attend toanvrnifpssIonnUMi.«lneM 
entrusted to them. From a lonK residence here 
and a thorough knowledge of the different sur- 
vevs both in the Citv and country, we have great 
tacilitieo for executing our work with correctness 
aud dlKpatch, Land bought and sold. Collection* 
mi>de. Taxespaldfor non-residents at the lowaM 

..«..«.. , N.B.— Drawing Inatmroeataandft^r for sale. 
St. Pciil. I D. L.CiTRTiCB. ap22-ain John T. Halstkd. 



■\ T I L 1 T A R Y ! 
Ofllcei-H' Cavalry' Boots, 

OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 
Officers' Zouaves, 

AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 

or 

BOOT & SHOE, 

CAN BE FOL'ND AT 

«»'ai. jr. sxiTH & CO.*. 

■pIStf 

pIONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Comer of Fifth and Pike streets. 
This <»gtal>lishinent is now in full operation, aa 
is prepared to furnish all kind* of 
IRON AND BRASS 

CASTINGS, n>Rr,lXO^*e., 
at the lowest Eastern rates, vit, Hea^-y Mill cast 
ings. Columns, Sash weights, Grate Bare, Sleigh 
shoes kc, three cents per pound. Brass ca^t- 
in»» 'Bal'bit metal, 26 to »' cents per pound. 
I^he work t^.«0 per day. Particular attention 
given to Steam En;nne and Boiler work. Threab 
fng Machine repairing promptly attended to. 

:§team Engines and lu>iler*, Threshing uiaekine*, 
new and second handed, for sale or exchange 

very low. 

' OILMAN fc BUSHNELU 

8t. PAPb, July 6th. 1«62. dlf 



■DILLL POSTING, &c. 

MAXWELL &. GRIFFIN, opposite Brown's 
Bkiek, Third .street, will post bills, announce 
mectingii, auction*, and all luatters usually «tt«iidv 
ed to by " Town Criers," attend on partie*. c'ean 
rooms and oftices, and undertake Jobs ot whMa* 
washing in different oulurs. jlO-Un 



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T«'t«M»; — K.VIl.Y l*UKS->— r.y iiiitil, #,s.tKi p,.,- 
auilli.il, oi' rii,' pip liiDiltll, i/n-.f,-(i/'.i',,' /■« (/•/(•./)(<■.■. 

ri:i\V 1;KIvI.V I'KKSS— -• > luTuinimn; «•,'.•.> 
fi>r>i\ iiioiilli'i : j; l.'.Vi f.ir lliiiv iiu>iitli> ; livi' roji. 
i<'->. t.i (in.- ii.lilri'.^-i, «i ».■.>' i-iii-h; loa ilo., «!| rucii, 

WKKKI.V l*KK-^>'— Oiii- i'i>!)y, one vcjtr, ?»•,•; 
livt> or mori', ^\.T'> (MjIi ; ton or "iiuiri', ti» oiit> »']'■ 
•In'!*-', *l.tio; twi'utv or H4.>ri', lo oiu' a'alros.^ 



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1 '■i \ "lllV* 

J Two wi>fk4 .. 
K ! Iirt'i' w>'t'kt. 

^ ? I' wo mouth •« -s (>i 

fl ( riirt"> in. mills !ii mi 

» Siy niontljs 14 f>o 

if rw\>lvoniontli^ tio 00 

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▲11 uvoroliurK>-i« «t<tt!«Hl by J.C. A 11. C. ttur- 
bank Jt (Ju., Am< iil^*. 
t\"w Vurl; «nlio", l>, Viirnty rlr^irt. 

iJoston oKiw, C)'j >Va!<ttIiif;ton .itr»^t, 

1 rkr\KK(;s si;(jau itousk, gol- 

.).«".& ll.C. lU'lMiAKN *l"o.'« 



On M>^' 
P. M. 

On SuudavK, n-om 
r. M. 



K Mm: UN. 
u'clofk A. M . to 



>2 o'clock M. 



(I'clock 
to t oVlook 



P. P. HODGES 



& CO. 



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lU (xt 

.'■*t JK';^'' iKl^'i'rtiftMiunit.*, sp'oijl ami biisi. 
• ti.-v-. aiiili.iv.iii-.M..-iiiKr..lIi.\viii« inim.' 



iburili iiiijjo, OIU' 



nintflv :ii»fr !o.-al mattcron tlu 
hair .I'Miiiou'it 

•-'. Si-i;i>ii<l })«,:(», anl s'pjclal piaw nn 1 ilo'i!)l.> 
.••ilii'iiu a.l< iTi;^ •men',!', ami a.i\i<rti!i<*lii<-nt.-< wit'i 
cuts, <>a<> third :iil-litii>ii:i!. 

•:. A lvi>rlbc!ii'Mit*<'haHi:t".il»\< ut pIi-n^urtTnti' 1 
a* in \o. I, un.l 5.;.) vjtn- un:inin uiMiiii>n:il toi- 
fhtiii, «.•■!. (All<h.ii!;;.'-i nititl *t KK-iMit-' piT.ti|ii.ir.-. 
iljui I inu'lvuiuv'; c:inri:f.l oii'hi'liimk^, I.' >•> iitv. ' 

^. I.)m1 noti-' M III ,• >uiH i>"r lin.- lor lii.-t to 1 
lin •■* "vr nml-r, unJ live ci'u'.-. por lino lor fui'h ail- 
diii..ii'l liti.>. 

... Alvoriisftu.Mit* in P.iilv ami Wouklv, om>- 
hal'" a i.llfiiiial to tlu' |».ii!; nifi'. 

H. A'lvi'rii-iiMii.'-.it'* in VV'f.kl a'one. T.S coiit'* 
por "iinHre for ti-st in.-iTtion. aiul :!r -- Ci-nts ik r 
wi'irii-.' Cor !iiiti.<i'<oc'nf in.<"riii<ii-i. tVir any porml 
wniiin thrc.' luoiiths: o>.'r tuiei- niuiuhs, ono- 
Ihinl 1 ••>!< tii;\n IVtily nitt's. 

r. ••■iril "III ti.ni-rmm'nt ailvfrti:««'nu'ut.«. r> 
Ci'Dt- P'V ?.|uarc tor llie ti'.-t in.-tei tiou, ;iiul "..".'i 
cviits ii.'fsiiiiar" I'ort'acli uiI'Mtional in^.•rti.>n. 

>. Xttorn.'yi* o-iit-riu^ inlc^il mlMTti.-n^iniMK-' 

an- rt'.irinlH.i as aocoiintabU' lor th" cost of tli- 

saiiii*. unU'va thi>r.' is u siiocial ugrctliioiit l" 

cliar-,'-' tUo -iamo toanothi'r pirfv. 

i». Noii-.tpiT^iven incoiiiii'ctioii wiiliadrortisii)^. 

aa- 1*. McAisK.at Minnrapolis.aiid Wktmoki: 
OMJuiKN, at St. Antli.'iiv, will act ax Agents in 
.•ir.- Uitiux the L>AiLY I'KKSs in their rt'ri>ociivi' 
towns. 



IIOC^A.^ Sz^ O.VMI? 



l/i-: IIAVK .JUST UKCEIVKI) A 

la-.; • »u;)plv of V.'kstkkn Uk-skuVK 



,1!KK!««, wlticlt wo otl'Kr low for cash. 
«e8 J. C. * U. C. UL'KHANK k CO. 



Ai.ARr.i-: STOCK or rixi<: i.i 
laior-* aiiil Ci^riTs, which wi> oil'ir ;it pricti(< 
U'lat Will iusnro <)ni«'k <al«'s, at 

.H-.fiU. C. lUItrtAXK (k Co.'* 

i;i;ls. Assoiiri:i> wins 

k.M-, for falr> at 
.). » . & II. C. IJL'UnAXK it ("o.'H 



300 



<J v/ V/ tiT boxes IkitisinK, prop of iM\ , at 

J. ( 

»»> Vy ey Svrup 

1 Pr(\ r.OXE8 NV. R. CHEESE; 

50 



II. r. Ill UU.VNK & (o.'s 

STUAlirs HKST IIOX- 

a choiiv ai lii'lc, lor tablo use at 

.t n.c. r.i ivi! \\K ii lo.i. 



.!.<'. A II. r. UiiKlJAMv J< Co.'s 



liUAXTS TATEXT FANNlNli 

ilills r>r s«U' at Ruiiiiilac-tnicr's prii-.-s, at 
.T. C. .* II. C. lUrUlSA.NK &. (.o.'h 



J.^O Ki 



PACKAGES 

■ruii.-i, consiMting of 
Currants «"!•: I'ltron. nil now c 
pricc-a to tiuit the times. 

.1. C. .«c II. O. nUKBAXK & Co 



ASSOKTEi' 

I'luius, I'm lit'-, 
:)p, for sale at 



VOV WILL FIND ONE OF TllF 

-A liirp -St and b-st m !.•«» c| nfocks of Grocer 
ii'.i in till- \V«'»;. at tin* wiirehoiise of 
d'c W J. C. & U. C. liL'UIIAXK & Co. 



•VKK jH'H,L CHU-.KINO 



lUE ORKATEST INDLCKME.NT-J l.\ Tin, 

oav WOODS 3ia]iki:t. 



Our Htook of 



(3 R I N T i: li S ' INKS 



A!! sorts, kinds, and colom, from th<'(>d«»f>nit««<l 
m-Mi'iiacti.ry of .1. K. \\'»,li>, .New Vork, lor salv 
lit in.i-'.ijlactuivr'.s piioes, bv 

d'-.-l ■ J. C. .t H. 0. IXrUIIANK & CO. 



420 

bruuo", itt 



BOXr.S ASSORTED TO 

baivo, comprising all the fkvoritf 
J. 0. k 11. C. nUKBANK & Co.V 



DllESS GOODS 






'->! \ dozi:n duijois iji:st casi 

el Axe<. Also :'.i) i'..>'.en Ked Uivei 
u!^o :;i Uo.veg assorted liluod Tacks, Uriit 

J. C. 4. H. C. BURIJAXK & Co.'s 



A\es : 
ju.iiity 



it 



lA Tin: MOST ATTKACIiVK IN i Hi: CIIV. I 



Comprislij^at! tlu* 

L.ATKST STVLKS 

) F K X li r. I S 1 1 A X 1 ) F il E N c n 

In Cheek', Strlije*, Figures, and I'l.dn, 
USLIX AXi) ClIADl DIOLAIXES. 

L-nvas aud Oii;iiiidies. iVc. 

Which w«» are ti'Uint^ at 

>(• .i -Jplen-Md lino of 



.^KCEIS'ED OX CONSIGNMEN'l , 

.»• j.MM r,.i .\;»> l>;:it:!' .'i:a<iiks, and r.fx.x 
r.f.Niis L>ia.:i. Arii.i;.s, !o be sold low for cash. 
«'>'!"■ J. C. HLKUANK U CO. 



rX^O 



MY FRIENDS & PATRONS 



\v. 



Braille v's 



iiarlvdili'il li 00}) Skirls. 



^ Ifavinn fn.r-i;T0.1 .My s"rvlc(»« to th" Messrit. .1. 
C. A; II. «;. ist.rtnuk & Co., corner Levee and Sit>- 
!• y .-tret ;s, ! may be l,.und in tlie Wholesale Gro- 
cery O-'iartiiiPjif, where ii wiilairord mo pleasure 

to .'-ee my oiil i'.i*:oir.ers once nio!.'. 

»' I- shull have al:;r;.'eund well selected stock 
■if ifooiN, u~nai!y kej t in onrltne, on hand, which 
I rt iijiec'liiHy :t>k yoa to exa'nine before purcha^ 
In^ ois"\\h.TM. 1 1, .pe to merit for theliouseu 
peitioii at leif^t of t'lai p.'.frona;;e you have here- 
'olor.' «i libel ally heafo".-i! npon ine 

tuaii A. L. LAUl'KXTKUR. 



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W I N TI! Ii A K RA XG K.M KXT. 

AUttlVAI. A\l» ItKPAKTI'KK OK MAILS. 

For I^Crusxe—Kasietii 31ail— i.oavHHdailjr.ex- 
Jt'pt Kriday, al .'« a. .m. 
Arri\e» daily, except Tuesday, at S v. M. 
For iMinueauutis — It-avi's daily, except iiunday, 

• tNA.M. 

Arrives daily — except 5uiiday, at 4 I'. M. 

For Stillwater— liwws daily, «xc««pt Sunday, at 

7 A. M. 

Arrives daily, except Siindny, at (I r. M. 

For Hudson — Ichvcm dailv, except .Sunday, at 

i A. M. 

Arrives daily, except .*»nnday, nf 7 P. M. 

For .Mankato — leaves daily, except Sunday, at 

10 A. M. 

Arrhes daily, except Sumlav, at about I'J M. 

For Xortiiileld — leaves daily, except Sunday, 
at + A. >i. 

Arrives daily, except .Sunday, at ab.nit 7 P. >i. 

Y or .Sunrise C ily — leaves }tIouda}', Wednesday, 
and I'l iday, at <• a. m. 

Arrives Tuesday, 'Ihurs Jay, and Saturday, ul 
about ; I*. M. 

hor Ciiiiiion Falls — leaves I'uesday, at 7 A. .M. 

Arrives Wediie>iday, at 7 ••. M. 

tor Ked Winjj— leaves Wediieidftv, at 8 A. M. 

Arrives Ttn'Miay. at ti P. M. 

For Carver — Ii-avs riinrsday, at 7 \, M. 

^\iTi»es \\ ffliiesduy, ut 7 1'. M. 

For Cottav'f Gro\e— leaves Saturdav, at 1 P. M. 

Atriv.-s .satiiiiiay, at Iv.* JI. 

.Mails leaving b! mrc 7 o'clock A. JJ. close at 
r I'. M. 

All others close half an hour iH'fore the time of 
deiKiitinK, except l^aslern which closes at \> P. M. 

Tlie posla;;e iimoii all Iransient printed matter, 
f»rei;Mi and domestic, and upon all letters, for- 
eign and di>!ni'>lic, i-i now reijuireil to be fully 
prepaid by liiiled States jiosta;;!' stamps, excejit 
In cases where jnei^ayineut on letters, &.C., to for- 
eign cniitries is optfoual and the senders do not 
wish to prepav. 

rer.^ons mailiii;; letters, iiewsjiapers, &c., 
whether domestic or to fiirei;;n Countries, should 
therel.ne aseerluin at (lie oidce of iimilinK, the 
exact postajje in .'ucli ease ami alfix United Stat.-s 
postage stamps of sullicient value to piejiay tl»«' 
full iKisiaRe tliereon. 

HI AS. XICIIOLS, ro»tin.i.«ter. 

St. I'au', Noveniiier l.i, l,'-'.,'. 



JUST 11 E C E 1 V E D li Y 
EXPRESS. 

A N-.iutiful lot of 

ALPACt'AS & SARATOGA 

PLAIDS, 

ALSO 
A haudsouio lot of 

liAlli N^KTTS, 
CjTi'a incline Veils, Ace.^ 

WidcJi wc are od'ering at 

iiEt>troioi> micKS. 

CALL AND SEE Tllt.M, 
^Vt 1 10 Tliii-a Sti-<'ot. 



UKAI.BRS IH 



I 



OlftKAT BAROAIlNft* 



gttjStttnuce. 



standard Farm Machinery, 



in 




AT 



Nicola & Deans' 
ThLlrd 



Iron 



Store, 
Street, 

»*T. PAVX,, MtXJf. 



AgPUU for Bravley & Pitt's Uuflalo Threshing 
Machlues. 
•• " Ifusscll & Co'8 MassIUon ThreBhiug 

Machines. 
•* " Mccormick's Reaper and Mownr. 
" " John H. Manny's Reaper and Mower. 
" " liickford «fr Huaniau's Grain l>rill. 
" '• H . A . intts & Cos Chicago Threshing 
Macldnes. 
Also a gem ral st<>i>k of Agricu'tural linple* 
nieiit'' on nand, to wliich we Invite the attention 
of lariucrs and uthi-rs wishing to purchase. 
AlCOhS 4k 1>KAN. 
•1-«ni 1». K. IIODGKS. 



E 



S T AIJ L I S II E D 17 GO. 



I?eter Loi-illarcl, 

Snuff and Tobacco manufacturer, 

10 Mnd in Cbi*MlM>r*-llt., 

(Formerly 4.; Chambers Street, New York,) 
Would call th« attention of l>ealerstothe articles 
ot his luuuufacture, \it ; 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Mac:' boy, Demigros. 

Fine Ra]>]ie<>, I'ure \ irglnia. 

Coarse Rappee, Nachitoches, 

American Uentlcnun, CupeuiiageD. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey l>ew Scotch, 

High Toast Scotch, Kresh lloney DewScotclj, 
Irish liigh Toast, or I^uudyfoot, 
F'resh Scotch. 

4E7* Attention Is called to the large redact ion 
in prices of Fine-Cut Chewingand smoking To- 
liaccos, which will be found of a superior quality. 

TOBACCO. 

FIX K CUT CHEWING.— P. A. L., or plain; 
Cavendish, or Sweet; Sweet Sc<>ntea Oronoco ; 
Tin Foil Cavendish. 

S.MOKIXG.— Long; No. 1 ; No. 2; Nos. 1 and 2 
mixed; Granulated; 8. Jago; Spanish; Canas- 
ter; Turkish. 

N. li.— A circular of prices will be iient on ap- 
plii^tiou. marlS-I y 

\ COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 

ifacox nuns, srokKs, hkxtaxd sa w- 

KI) FELLOES, SIlAFTS,>lc., 
very best matetial. just receirud and 

KICOLS k DEAN. 



DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 
D. H . IINGERSOLL & CO., 

Are )u.st receiving their third purchasu of 

Springs nnil Summei* 

o R, Y ooor>s, 

Bought at the ricent 

PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

And offer to their old cu.stomer.« great bargains in 

Ladies' ll>ress Groods, 

AS follows: 

1,000 yards best quality Mozauoique. 



i*. AV. IVICIIOLS, 

General Insurance Agent. 

OF NEW llAVKS, COXXKCTICUT. 

LORILLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NUGAUA, 

OF XEJT YOItK CITY. 

IMamne Insixrance. 

nnoOKLYX, XEW YORK. 



g^O O T S AND S H OJ^ S. 



]M 



OF 

L I F K , 

UTUAL liENEFI 

OF XEWARK, XEW JERSEY. 



OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STORK. 
my6 dly Third street, St. Paul, Min. 



2,000 
1,000 



do 



do 



striped Lenas, at 25 cents. 
Plaid Arsollnas, .15 oouts. 
black and white Challies, 'M cents. 
1,000 do striped Plaid and Mode. 



«oo do 



F 



LOUR 

At Wholesale and Retail. 



Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 



AT TIIK 



rpo 



All of tin 

olr salo hy 

ap24 ly 



UST 



RECEIVED, 
A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &o., 

Also, GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS, 
KAKES AND CR4DLKS. 

A few casks of 

mT'Tf? BXJRO- COAI^. 

Always on li^n.l at lowest prlci>s, Wholesale 
and Kt^tail, Bar Iron, Sheet Iron. Plow Sted, 
Spring Steel. Cast Steel, Nails, Spikes, Springs, 
Axles, Bolis. Carriage Triminingu. Thimble 
Skeins, Biack-inith's Tools, Chains, and 

Warehouse \5i Third street, St. Paul. 

jr. B. ORA^DKIV. 

apl,--ly 



COLORED ALl'ACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

English & American Gingliams. 

ENGLISH, FEENCH AND AMERICAN 

O A.LIOOES, 

Some as low as 15 cents. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer great 
bargains. 

Ladies' Oollar^, 

Embroidered, Linen and Runied. 
BAREGK AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from l2'ictoi?l. 



apl.'i-.'Jm 



ST. PAUl.. 



Fjr Ladles, Miss's nad Children ; 



AI-nO 



.S PIUS I } A SI) .s' I'M.VKJ: 

B .V L >I O Jt ,K. L jS , 

Which we make a specialty of, always keeping a 



haudsoiuM assortment. 



In 



h. a Av 1 



>s 



We can suit the rao«t fastidions. In qvality, pal- 

tcru and price, huv;ng a beautiful a.^.^ort- 

ment of 

CIIIXKS, STIIIPES, AND STELLA 

In the Mlddl.'sex, IVacedale, and Scotch. 
We have the 

cui:APi;sr axi> bh-jt ll\i: of 

E :\t B R O I D E R I E S , 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS, 

Also 

LINEN ILVNDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. 

We would say that we have a larg" stock of 
DOMESTICS, In DENIMS, STRIPE?, SUEKT- 

IXES, PRINTS and COTTOVADIvS, Ac, 

Which we will sill at a- 

tjn present New Yor!i price* for CASH. 

Ilogan Sc Oamp, • 

«p:j0.tf 14.' Third-ii| 



<J .V li U O IV OIL. 

ALM> A yt'.VMTlTY OK 

CHICAGO CREAM .VJ.K, 

Kf.r ^n-f !,v .J. C. h II. CBirURANK .'it Co. 

Jg RE.MfNGTON & SON.S, 

.Mannf.icturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

Fortlie U. .S. Government. 
We also liianuractnre a varii-ty of 

l*OOKKX I?ISTOL!?», 

Of !ipp"i)ve.l jiatterns, for iKith Ordinary and Fix- 
'':l Aniiniinitioii. together with Rifle 'and Sliot- 
<.un Barrels, <iiin Locks, Mountings, and Gun 
Materials Genenilly. 

ITS- Pric • li-ts and Circulars furnished on nj>- 
Jilic't'tion. Address 

v.. RK.ni.'VGTO.T A NO.'V.*t. 
j'>Il-:)ui* Hion, N. Y. 



Q.UNS AND PISTOLS. 

Tliird Street, St. Paul, 

Calls the alteution of Jlilitarv and Sportirg 
Classes, to bis large ami well seleoteil stock of 
SHOTtil XS. WKS.s(».Ns Sc BALLARD CaRT- 
RIIXJK RIFLE, SMITH i WESSONS', COLT'S 
and otii.rs" make of PISTOI-'i, *c. 

A laigrt stock of Fishing lackle of all descrli.- 
tioiis. ' 

H:ie laminateil steel barrel Shot (iun.'<, made 
to order. 
aj} ■ Repairing promptly attended to. 
POWOEK, SHOT and CAPS, for sale. 

mv:51-."m 



J. 



WATSON WEBB. Jr., 

Successor to WALTER W. WEBB, 
WIIOLKALK DXALKR IN 



C 



ASH! CASH!! CASH ! ! ! 






DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 



i:)EiSrTAT^ ROOMS lis: 

Will*"*! «>■%>- Ilouetc, 

OFKK i: H»JCR-> VVMSl s A. >I. TO .-, P. M. 
.!• '-■•in yr. .tiitliunv. min. 



I'aidfor good Xo. 1 Cotton Hags. Four cents for 
the l>i'st kinlof old white paper, and old books 
of any kiuii, and will send to any jurt of tlie city 
for tbcni, if yoi leave vonr order- at Davenport s 
Book Store, Putnam'i, 1'. O. Box l.".!,', or at 
West's, on Robert street, next to Third. 
marHlf J. WEST, 



O R 



S A L E 



H> Ai'HKs ooon TtMitKR i.Axi>, including about 
IJ acres ot very p>od meadow, nnd asmall house ; 
said land is about half way between St. Paul and 
St. .Vnthony, and ', iniie north of Slate Koad, 
and about the same di.-tance norfh-oaat of tht- 
Railrond. For ternts of sale apiily to 
II. L. .MOSS. Esij., 
at his ofllco near the Bridge, 

St. Panl. 



Je2(V:m* 



M 



Scjjul gioticrjsi. 



OR'l G AGE SALE.— DEFAULT 



1S6 






1863 



1SG3. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

«3AH»»TI>0 THS 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

ASn THK 

LTnitctl Sta.tesBi IVX»iil. 



Til'! roadu am wei: "tockod with tirst clas* 
horses, ('oncord Coaches, with csfful and "xp**. 
rieooed drivers, all under the control of compe- 
tent agonta. 



»<:HK.I)ft>K OP" nKPARTtUKS KKo.M 8AINT PAUL 

For Stillwater— Didly at « A. M. 

For Shakopee, Joidon, .St. Lav,'n'nc<», Bell' 
Plain, liendernon, Le Sueur, OttnwT, I'l-nv.-rso 'K 
Bloux, St. Peter and .Maukato— Daily at 4 o'clock 

A. M 

For Rosemount, Ciitle Rock, North fle!d,*Can 
non (Jity, Faribault, Medfonl, Clinton I'allsano 
Owatoiina, coiineciing at Owutouna, for Wilto . 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Agency and .Mankato 
Alao for Riee I«»ke, Claremont, Waiioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, t;iiai<ield, and Winona— Daih 
at 4 A. .M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando, 
Montlcello, Clearwater, Sr. Augusta and St 
Cloud — l>atlv, at ."i a. m. 

For Sauk R-ipids, Itelle Prairie, Fort Ripl»vnnfj 
Crow Wing— Mondays, WeiJnesdays aud'F. I- 
dav* at ^ o'clock a. m. 

For Richmond, .Sauk Centre, Alexandria, 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre. Brec'^lnridge, Fori 
Abi-rerombie— Mondays and Thursdays at 5 
o'clock A.M. 

For Sunrise, with conn«ctlons for Superloi 
and Buy field— Mondays Wuiueidays and FrI 
days, at 7 o'clock a. M. 

Fir further nsrtiruiars luijuirvKt the General 
Offlo« on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 

ap21-dly Proprietors. 



lias lio(>n made in the ctnditions of a certain 
iuo.-t:;agi' execufe.l by John R. Irvinu and Nancy 
Irvine Ids wife,niorfgngors, to William H. Hnnis, 
inortscigee, b«>arin:^ date, and duly acknowledged 
by said mortgngois. on the -'sth day of August, A. 
i>., IxV.t. which said mortgage contains the nsiisl 
power of siile to the niortpii;.'i' and liiA assi;;ns, 
and WIS dnly hied for record in the ollice of the 
Ifegisler of Deeds of the CDuntv of lUmsey, iti 
')i.' Stale of MiiinesoU. on tin- lliiril dav of (ict.)- 
ber, A. I> l'5'.t, ut one o'cl.>ck and frty-llve min- 
utes r. M., and was thoreiiron diilv record' d in 
said office, in Book " P'" of .Mortgages at i.ag.-s 
4''.>, l^'iii iind 1117 ; which said mortgage whs gi\en 
to s»c;ire the paymeni of live thousand two hun- 
dr.Mlan.l lifiy one doil.irs and iliirtvfive wnts 
(s'.'i. ■,'.") I. :;>-IUi) and interest accoruiiig 10 the cmi- 
diiion o; two ciTlain pri'inissorv notes made hv 
si:iil .Jolin R. Irvine, imyable to ilie order of said 
nior;gi?ee.and tiearing evn ilate uithsaid mort- 
gage, and there is .1 dmed to he due, and is actu- 
ally due and nniiuid, np)n said notes and mort- 
gage, at rlie date o' this notice the sum of six 
tiioiisand si.x hundreil and seventy-two dollars 
ami liftv > ents (?i>,'i7-' .Vi.) 

And t'le said niangtuee did, on the L'Oth day of 
Xoveinber, A. i>. Is'li, pa\' certnin delin<niei;t 

tircsiipon the inort pa geif premises, to theanionnt 
of $4r.'i '.»:i, and did lli--reaf'er, on the :tlst day <d" 
.Ian lary. A. I>. isr,.!, p^y certain other d'-liiniuent 
taxis upon snid premises to t'le amount of #71. .10, 
for which several sums he has taken and now 
holds r-ceipts of iho person anthori/.-d to receive 
siicli tax.'> nndv^liich sums with interest from 
til" day of ihc pavini'iit thereof respectively, at 
the rate -if tw.dv.' per cent, per aniiimi, (nniounl- 
inir at lliis date to the sum of s<.'>77. :<".), tlie said 
mortgagee will claim, and collect with and as part 
of Ihe auiount securi"l by said inorlgage, making 
the entire amonnt claiined to l.e due af'th" date 
of this noli e lor prinrinal nnd interest upon the 
Slid mortgage, including the smns so piid for 
taxes wlih interest theri'on to this date thejiist 
and full sum of iji7.v4t) M. 

And no suit or nroceedingnt lawhns lM»en insti- 
tuted to recover Ihe debt secured by said murt- 
gaL'", or any part tiierenf; 

'Ihe morfgiu'ed pr.-misei are described as fol- 
low--, vi/,: All thosM triets, (lieces or parcels of 
land situ lie ami Ivliig in Rani«»y ronnty, Minne 
soli, known an.l d.-ignated a- lots i,uml>«'re<I 
thirteen (i:i> and fourteen (14), in block numbered 
lortv-six (4«). of Hio.) it Irvine's Addition to St. 
Paul; also lots nninbered twelve ri,'; and thirteen 
(l;; , of bl')i-k nnmbere.i »ixtv-nine ((M» . lots num 
beredone(l;. two(.'), three (;i},four(4;, six (<>' 
seven (■->. ..|i;lit (s), nine ('1;, ten ( |(.), nnd e].-, .-u 
(II), in bliMk nuniljer>>d ^eventv•r•n» (71j,and lo!s 
liumbere.l one (!>. two (','), three (:»), four (4) live 
(.5). six (..), seven (7), eight (h) nine (0), ten'f 101, 
eleven (I I), and twelve (I'), In blo.k inimbcre'd 
seventv seven fr7).on»;iyton ft f.vjni-'s Addition 
to St. Paul, according lo the plat- or mniis wf said 
Aildilloiis resp.M.-iiv.ly. of record in ih.- ollice of 
the Regi-l-rol l)..,..!.. of sai.l Rain-ev county. 

,\(.r, flieivtorr. iiotlee |s liercbv given that by 
virtue of the power of sale in „.,,i,| n.ortgago con- 
taiii-d, ai.d pursuant to the statute in ,Hch ci.^e 
III 1.1 • mil provid'd, the said mortjrage will bi- 
ll. r..,Ii.>..| l)y a -ide of file -aid niortgaK.d promi- 
ses ill piiblii; v.niiiie, f.i the lilglest liidil«r at the 
front door of the tJoiirt House, in the 'clfv of 
Saint I'ntil, In said county of Rainney, on Snfnr- 
day, the ('ni, ^av of .Iuly,'A. p. IHO'., at ten o'clock 
in the fon-nonn of that dav. 

Dated ftf. Paul,.lnne lOfh, A. f>. ISiW. 

WILLIAM H.KNNIS, Mortgagee. 

BinKi.owft Dalktmplk, Attorneys for Mort- 
«»««0. wjel07w 



CELEBRATED NOISELESS 

SEWING MACUINES. 

MAKING BOTH THE 

Grovor & Bakor and tho Lock Stitch 

PRICE .M« -i."VW l.a>«VAUI»M. 

FIR.ST PREMIU.MS in Illinois, Ohio, Iowa and 

.Michigan. 
Parties piirchising machines of the (iirovr.i; 
&BAKKK S. .M. CO.. can have their choice of 
machines making either siitrh.and cinnge if fliev 
ilesire to. Thr itulif rom/min/ tifji- lit njfi-r itiii-'h 
in,hi,;miiit.<. They also oiler to the public at the 
extremely low price of 

Fort.v-ITivo i:>ollui*M 

A Sfruirfht Needle LockStilch Machine, 

Suitable for '"n'lorsrnil Famllruso. This machine 
Is of liirf/inizi\ r<ii>itl,i/»itf .^hniilf imd far s„j>,-. 
rd.r to the shuttle or lock stitch machines Iiere- 
tolore sold at .■ir.'i to $I(i!i. 

*»- Xorthwe.tern Offlc Third street, opposite 
Ingersoll's Block, St. Paul, Minn. 

!'• S.— Plain and Fancy Stitciiiugdone to order. 
[jePJtJan I J 



Eorciirn Wines, Brandies, 
G- 1 N s , 6cc, 

Cognac Brand V, 

Rochelle Brandy, 

Jamncia and St. Croix Rum, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine Old Bourbon WhUkcv, 
Kye and Mononguhela Whiskey, 
Old Queens Port, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Sherry Wine, 
Madeira W iue, 
Scotch Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and Still CaUwba, 

Drake's Catawbi and Plantation Bitters, 

Having connectea Rectifying with my business 

I am prepare<l to fXimish Common and low 

pric«'d Kye and Bourbon Whiskies al the lowest 

cash prices. 

myltt J, WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

"PXPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 

ST. ANTONY AND MINNEAPOLIS 

T-^'ico r>aily. 

Leaving St. Paul atll..10 A. m. and 5 p. m.; re- 
turning arrive at KM A. JI. and rt..'U) p. m. Pack- 
ages weighing 50 lbs. or less, and not exceeding 
*.Vi in value will be carried for tk.\ ciint.s, and 
lielivered at owner's doors. Particular attention 
will be paid to filling orders. Purchases will be 
made at best rates obtainable and no charge made 
for such services. 

Express matter for St. Cloud and all Interme- 
diate points will leave St. Paul, 3Iondays at 5.45 
A.M. and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5.00 P m 

j<'l*»-«f J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 



In Grloves aiid. Ilosiei'^-, 

Wc have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND .SUN UMBRELLAS. 

" BRADLEY'S " Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadcloths, Casslmores, 
Ladies' Cloaklngs, and Men's Wear of all kinds. 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
Oil Cloth Covers, &c. 

We wUl sell at prices to hkfy competition. AH 
purcha.sers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will And this the best plac« to buy for cash. 

I>. W. Iiis:ei*soll & Oo., 



Cannon Falls ^liills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS DiARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at Che 

FLOUR ^\^AREHOUSE 

OF 

C. M:. BROOMiE, 

Third-et., between Jackfonand Bobert-sts. 
jan3i-ly 

Q^ W. AVOOLLET, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 

AND 

Oommlissioii jMerchant;, 

DEALKK IN GROC£IUK8 

GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, ftC, ftC, ftC. 
AND 

AGENT FOR THK 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Boston, New England, Montreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W, WOOLLEY, 

St. Pacl, 
janl-dlT For 



^ 




mv^-tf 



«T. PAUl.. THKX. 



DeMONTREVILLE, 



D K 2^ a? I S T , 

(OlSce in French's Block,) 
Third Ktreet, near the Poat Office, 

SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA 

Jan29-ly 



■p ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 

In Hennepin, Ramsey, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Counties. Al^oLotsin St Paul, Minneapo- 
lis, and St. Anthony; all ot which I will sell at 
Loiv Prices and on favorable terms of pa>mont. 
Enquire of 

P. P- WINTERMUTF, 

ici\ at office of Horn, Lund ft Galusba. 

T\ C'. GREENLEAF'S 

Fa.shiouabI« Jewelry Store, 



AT 

NEW YORK PRICES. 

so per Cent, ^a^^ed 

Br 
BUYING YOUR SHOES 

AT 

BRO WJe^'S 

JS[E^V STORK, 
113 Tliird Street, 

One block above the Merchant's Hotel. 

j'S-y 

PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 

L-8E TUB 
AN U 

Wild Clierrj^ Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, price 50c; in Quart Bottles, 75c. 

These Bitters are composed of the best Roots, 

Barks and Herbs known, and peculiarly adapted 

to the immediate cure of all diseases product'U by 

an inactive iivei. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitt*T« 

<L'RK SICK HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 
CL KK JAUNI'ICE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE INDIGESTION. 
Dande'iou and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE Cti.STIVENKSS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CCRE HEART BURN. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE WEAKNESS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE LOST APl'ETITE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 
CUKE AliL'E, 
In its worst forms. They perform these cures 
simply, by one office, regulating the liver. 
For sak' bv dealers in Mediciuen, everywhere. 
S. HUXIINGTOX, Proprietor. 
Farmersbnrg, Clayton County, Iowa. 
For sale by E. H. Biges, H. W. Robinson, Paul 
Reiger, .M. PauI:S N.AVickersham, Charles Ben- 
son, L. Weinand ft Co., and S. Ed • ards. Whole- 
sale Agent, Winona ; Charles Uawley, Cfiatfield 
D. i; Stout, Preston; S. Y. Hvde, Fillmore; 
Charles Morrill, Marion; Capt. Mills and J. D. 
Bunce, Pleasint Gro«e; S. B. Robin>on, GeuenU 
Wholesale Agent, address (?»i8ttielil. Min. 

Also — Huntington's Writing Fluid ; Howe k 
Stevens' Family Uye Colors ; Van Dusen's Worm 
Confections: \'an Daseu's Magical Blueing; Al- 
den's Coudirion Powders; Talman fc Colliuh' 
Concentrated Extract of 1-emon ; Talman & Col- 
lins' Leather Preservative; Dutclier's Dead ."jhot 
for Bed Bugs ; Sleeper's Lightning FIv Killer. 
DAY * JE.%Ki», St.'Paiil, 
m>-27-ly Wliolesaie »nd KeUil Agent s. 

A GRICULTURAL 

aCYTHES, SX4TNS, fOIiKS, HOES, 
r/VATOLS AXD PLOWS. 

CORN PLOWS on hand and for sale at the 
owest market rates. 
je5-tf XI( OLS, DEAN ft CO. 



IMPLEilENTS, 

CUL- 



nPHiRD stri:et property. 

FOR. SALK, 
Lot 2, Block 2*2, Rice & Irvine's Addition— corner 
lot, 72 feet front on Third street and 150 feet on 
Hill street, ac^oining Hope Engine House, Will 
be sold low. 
TERMS — Part cash and part credit. 
Apply to D.COOPER, 

*PlOtf Irvine's Block 



T 



emperance house. 



JOHN BURXH.AM, Proprietor, would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of Jackson, and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodation of travelers, where he will be hap- 
py *o see his old friends, and all others who ma.v 
favor him with their patronage. The house is 
only tv o blocks from the steamboat landing and 
railroad depot. Baggage •« ill be carried from and 
to the boats /rcf of charne. Table sujiplied with 
the iM^t the market affords. Good stabling at- 
tached to the premises. 

St. Psul, April 9,1863. apll-ly 



TUrd tttreet. 




SPI 
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RING TRADE. TO THE MER- 

CHAN rs OF THE NORTH-WEST. 
We respectfully iovile you to examine our une- 
qualled Miscellaneous t-tock of 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, YAN- 
KEE NonoNS, WOOLEN GOODS. 
HOSIERY, CHOI KEKY, CHINA, 
GLASS. CUTLE'iY, PLATED 
GOODS, ETC.. ETC. 
No house in the country offers better Induce- 
ments in goods and prices. We have every facil- 
ity and are prejiared to sell the Best Cash Trad« 
at a profit below 1-^stern figures. 

4f^Special attention paid to all orders accom- 
nied witli money or refer.-nces. 

BOfTE^' BROTHERS. 

XiMporters suad JTobber*. 

Nos. 72, 74 and 70 I.Akc St., Chicago. 
m:n-ly. 



Saint P«*ul. 



jP L O R E N C E SEWING 
MACIIIIS'E AGhENOY. 

Directly orposifi. Slees' Furniture Store, 

Makes KofK KisTixi T sTTTriiKM on one and the 
same machine, all of which make the seam alike 
on iKilh si.les of th" fabric. 

It combines all the good ifnallfiei of other tirst 
cla<s Machines, and possesseH man} advantages 
over any an-l all r f tln-ni. 

It \* the must >inii) c and pkiikkct in its con- 
struction of 

ANY YETOFFmtKD TO THE PUBLIC. 

No Ml. bine covers so gieat a raiote ul work. 

«^ It ni'irs .six or Ehihl tliirl.-in.urt of I^iH 
Cloth <l»iin fn thr fi>,rstruf>ri,:, wilh (ijuiU facili- 
ty, irittiniit rliiiii/- r>fleitx:ii,i . 

FI;E1>S to TJlE RKiHT OR LEFT. 

No ditnculty experienc. din sewing across thick 
seam. 

Runs more quiet thm anv other Machine. 

They are the F.VSTEST SEWKKa In the 
WORLD. 

A child o' fen vi-ars can 

AD.IUST THE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an experiene.>d operator. 

They give universal satisfaction whereveru<ie.l. 

I he most inexperienced can work thom per- 
fectly and with ea^e. ' 

They range in ).rlce from !|i.V1 to tftll.";. 
»»>-EVKI{V MA(!HI\K WARRAXTED. J»» 

Hemmers and all necssary tools included. 
G. W. KAFCOCK, Agent. 

J.v''» C'>r. nd and Minnesota sts.. .v-t pgul. 



THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY. 
viz : 
One lot in block 11, Whitney ft Smith's Ad- 
dition. 

Lots 4 and 5 in block 5S, and lots 14 and 15 in 
block K\, In Irvine's Enlargement to Rice ft Ir- 
vine's Addition. 

Lot ti in block li-l, lot 9 in block ."JS, and lot 9 in 
block .56 in irice ft Irvine's Addition. 

A lot en Dayton Avenue, adjoining the proper- 
ty of Maj. ( ullen, 100 feet front. 
Lots 7 and x in block S.i, St. Paul Proper. 
There are valuable Improvements on said last 
two mentioned lots, consisting ol a stone store 
on Wabashaw-st.,and a first-class dwelling house 
on Fourthst. 

The ab ivc property will be sold on liberal terms 
as to c;ish and credit. 
Inquire at the otiice of 

tPEXCER ft CARVER, 
Ingersoll's Block, or of 
GROFF ft BAILEY. 

under Thompson's Bank. 
ifW Rooms to rent In Irvine's Block. 
St. Paul, Juno -Sd, iN^i Je4-tai 

DrTfTD. SIMONTON, 

DENTIST, 

Ingersoll's Block, Bridge Square, St. Paul. 
Sir Teeih inserted in the oest style on Gold, 
Silver and Vulcanite. jeo 

B YE R S~ 



F. 



C. LIGHTE 



CO. 



J. 



H 



G 



REAT BAIiGAlNS. 



I he best iMirg-iln one can make In anything Is 
toi.urcha-c •« First Cluss art'cle at alowrsfe. 
This is Ihe sort of barxalns A. H. WIMKISII Is 

giving his customers every day. at his tiroc4>ry 
toro, on Jackson-street. Joi'4-tf 



MANTFACTURKK AND DKALKK UT 

COt'PKR, SHEET IROS AXD TIN WARS 

OPl'OSITK THE niO CLOCK, 

JACKSON STREET. St. Paul, MlniMsola. 
■Ot14-<I*wIt 



CENTRAL 

ROAD. 



RAIL 



ATICIHG.VN 

Oreat Oentral Route 



(Late Ligbte & Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

421 Broome.St., ]V«w- York, 

SECOND BLOCK EAST OF BROADWAY 

Mr. F. C. LIGHTE, the original founder of this 
well-known Establishment, Senior Partner, and 
only Practical J'iaim- Forte Mal-er of the late 
firm of " Li^htrt ft Bradburys," having retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in the whole business 
stock, materials, ftc, and Sole Proorietorship in 
his Valuable /Sttmitu, inclusive of his celebrated 
PATENT INSULATED IRON FRAMES, is the 
only one who can make the SUPERJOR PIANO- 
FORTES for which this house has Ix'en so popu- 
lar. tSr All infringements on his rights will bo 
prosecuted acct)rding to law. 

Of All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted p«'i-fect in every respect for live years. 

Liiu:ka.i. Tki'.ms to Dkalkks. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 
8p28-3m 4-'l Broome-St., New York. 

OIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 

Iiid<3mmty can be had. 

steps a-.-c being taken by the Government to as- 
certain who have autfered loss in property, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux fndian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned liave allthc necessary forms, and 
are possessed of superior advantages for having 
these claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give sp<>cial attention t<* 
such as are placed in their hands. 

SMITH ft GIfcMAN, Attorneys' 

St. Paul, Sept. 24, iMi. 



The ladies and gentlemen of this citv and vicin- 
ity, are invited to call and examine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

ok se<v' styles of jrwelrt, 
Grold a.u<l Silver "Watclies, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WARK, PLATED WARE, 

DIA.MONI) GOODS, SILVKR TEA SETS, 

Castors, Cake Baskets. Gold Chains, Rings 
Thimlfies, and everything else pertaining to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY' STORE, 

My goods were purchased exclusively for cash 
from tlie largest wholesale houses in the Union, 
and are for sale at the 

J.OWEST PRICES. 

AH goods warraned precisely as represented. 
Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. A fullsupply of 
WATCH MATERIALS always on hand. 

Agent for Seth Thomas' Clocks, also agent for 
the celebrated 

A.mci*icaxk Wjitolieis. 

I'articular attention paid to repairing every 
description of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry in 
tlie best possible mann >r. Wo manufacture all 
kinds of 



Or any other pattern of .Tewelry, kc, in cur line. 
All work will be done promptly in a workman- 
like manner an^ bk'itkk Tii.vj* any othkk e.s- 

T^BLISHMKNT IN THIS SH-TION OF THK COTTS- 

TRY. All ord rs by letter or otherwise will re- 
ceive prompt attention. 

All kinds of new wlieels and new parts of the 
watch manufactured for the trade at a reasonable 
discount. 

Store in Greenleafs Block, opposite Concert 
Hall, near the Post Ollice. 

ap«tf. D. C. GREENLEAF. 



SAUNDERS BRO. & CO. 



wholesale dealers in 



BOOTS &; :gH:OES, 



BT*. «8 Intake S<r««<, Cklcar*. 



■We have in store and offer to the Trade a very 
DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 
AND SHOES of the best styles, selected several 
months since, before the late advance in goods, 
which we will sell 

LOW FOR CASH, 



OK 



Short A^pproved Credit. 



m3l-Cim 



SAUNDERS, 



BROTHER ft CO., 
28 I-ake Street. 



Wheeler & W^ilson's 



BOOK AND JOB PRiNTIIIG. 



G 



EG. E. SCHNABEL 



To Nt:w York, New England anil the 
Canad.a8. 

On and after SUNDAY, April 19th, IM.*?, trains 
leave the <;reat Central Union Dt'pot, foot of Lake 
street, as follows : 

t.30 a. OS.— Day Express (Except Sundays) 
arrives at Detroit at A.'^O p. n., 
Sns|K<nBion Bridge at .'150 A. M 
Albany, 3.00 P. m.. New York! 
H. 5 f. M., Boston, 11.15 p. M. 

».1> p. nt.— Mrht Express (Except Saturdays) 
arrives at I>etroit at 0.05 A.M., 
Suspension Bridge, 4.50 p. .<■., Al- 
bany. 4.-t5 A. M., New York, 10.15 
A. M., Boston, 2.20 P. M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroad, leave 

Chicago at 7.V) A. .M., Mail Train ; 7.15 p. x. Vast 

Express. 

Thr'.ISP.M.tralnleavlngChicagoruasthrouKh 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or baggage. 

RUTTAN'S P«TENT VF:NTII^T0RS 

On Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Pat €71 1 Sleeping Cfwrx on Night Train». 

Btasnrsiirs' Chrcl<»d 



In ]CaffetK<;astlc, corner Jackson and Fourth 

street, 

DEALKK IN 

GROCERIES, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps const antlv on hand the choicest Brans of 
Flour, NIca I.*ar Lard, I..amb's Sugar Cured 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Corn, Corn Meal, Oats 
and Bran. 

He has ma4<e arrangement* to receive, two or 
three tin>es a week, from the country, the choic- 
est Roll Buticr. 

(ioods delivered to aU parts of the city, free of 
charge. marJW. 




ST. 
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TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 



Pu» 

corner Lake and Deathern streets, ^nuder 
Tremont House,} Chioagp, *a<\ At Uie Xif^pot 

R. .\. RICE, (ieneral Superintendeat 
H.C.WIINTWOltTU, 
m)5 tf Gon'l Western Pass. Ag't, Ckioico 



the 



P RAMS BY— District Court, for Second 
Judicial District.— ss. 

« U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orlg- 
I iiial Process, 50 cents. 
Ira BIdwell, PlalnlllT, against Joseph Daniels, 
IK'WItt C. Taylor, and Henry L. Moss, De- 
fendants. — Summons. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the abore ntimed Defrvdanfa t 

You and cjach of you are hereby summoned and 
required to answer the complaint in this action 
which compiaiut is on lile in the olHoeof the 
<'lerk of tills Court, and to serve a copy of your 
answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, 
at his office in Saint Paul, Minnesota, within 
twenty days after the service of this summons 
upon von, exclusive of the day of such service, 
and if' you fail to answer the complaint within 
the time aforesaid the Plaintiff In this action will 
fake Jndgment against von for the sum of two 



1 1 5,ooo 

Of them iu use ill this country 
uid Europe. 

TLese arc ih.' only machines making 

the Lock stitch with the Rotating 
Hook. 

Are profitable and avaiiablo a life 
time. 

Kqiial to ten seamstresses. 

An annual dividend of mo to 500 

per cent, (on their cost) tn«y be oldainod iu 

use — by thoir possessor. 

The Class Cioth-Presser, (so pdpu 
lar.) cin only be had with these UachtnoH- 

*\ m. jroHA'soM, j4ir«s»(, 

jyI4 '^04 Third >treet, St. Paul. 



TUe I?res» Printinflr Co. 

In order to keep pace with their rapidly Increas- 
ing business are constantly extending their Is- 
cilities for Book and Job Printing. They ha\e 
recently introduced Steam into their establish 
mei:t, and put up another of 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES. 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, BRIEFS. 

POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, BILLHEADS 
BLANKS, BILLS OF LADING, 

CIRCULARS, 

And every other description of 

PLAIX AXn OnXAMEXTAL PRIXTIXO 

At moderate rates and at short notice. 

book: Biivi>ER,^ir 

AND 

Blank Book Manufactory. 



J,OU 



THE CARS 



«- Through tickets for sale at all Principal thousanjland sixty doUais, with interest thereon 

ai.roadofflces in theWest.atWieOeneraJOfBee, \ fr„ai th.) 10th dav of September, IS-V, at the rate 

_i - ,... J. of sereh per ceat. per annum, besides costs and 



annum, 
dislNirsninents. 
Dated Saint Paul, Minn., June 10th, ISM. 

GEO. I* OTIS, Plaintiff's Attomev. 
Jal4-^ of Saint Paul, Minn. 



Our Omnlbu^ses will ntn to and ttom the prtn 
ctpal Hotels and Boats in connection with the 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIO RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for In 
an wor to orders left at the American, Interna- 
tlon 1 and Merchants, or at onr office. 

Jy3 J . C. B URBANK ft CO. 



Tike I?i-e»s Printing Co. 

Have in successful o|>eration the largest and inot>t 
comp'ete Bindery In Minnesota, embracing the 
aiesland most improved machinery. Ivmploying 
only competent aud careful workmen, ai d using 
the best " aterial, they hope lo continne to give 
salisfactiun to all. ^ 

PAPER RULED TO ORDER, 

AND TO ANY PATTEnS, 

I,.EDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNAL^, COM- 
MERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KIND. 

MADE IN THE HK.ST MANKIK. 

Old Books I2,e-]Bouiid 

MAGAXIXES, PERIODICALS, 
3V1USIC, &o.. Aco., 

Boiind in Any Style Desired, 

From the lowest prioed work to the UgbMlatyl^ 
j;:..; t of thnnrt. ^u. «-^^ — .; 



« 



TB3! SATBTT PAUL PEESS,FEIDAS:, JTTLT iT, 1868, 




msstm 



TIIK lXr>TMSr AVVli. 

Mwemcnts of Oonoral Sibloy'a 
Expedition. 

A FULL DIAKY oF ITS I'KCMJUEiS 
TO THK FIFTH <>F .IllA'. 

BO-^n'S oi- Tin: '"'^-z-uv o^- ' «-/' 
FOis^n isn r.vnn.n. 



YKA n 



:nEM 



H9 Proposes to "Stop This 
War." 

ABorr 



,. ,, . (i.v ihvnswoir hither and thither. More thaa a Jozeu | hundrcdg of mcu m« engaged la catching thU 

.vs by exposure to .he m.Ulur llK> ,iouH of the hair stilinutencd on. Here wa« 

them all In one eoi um.m jn •a^ c . | ^ ^^^ ^_^^ ^^ ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^,^^^^ j.,^^^.,^ ,„. 

.'CaMI' Jvnn.son." Jn»c 2o, m.r ehes Iomk. ....i.e .Ve.h : «nd ilu-re wa. another 
CaMI JV-n>" I ^^ ,.jj,^, ,,,|j^,^.j. i,j ,j j,,^^i ,,.,,,. ,„ preservation. 

It" it had not 



»lnv the 



TUEIR 



SKULLS srATTI-.tlF.l) 
PROMISCI Ot-^LY. 



iVn 



lnUi;»n - IMoiMiu»a lioport." 

Tho *' Staff" Discover the First 
Breoch Clout and Leggins. 



IT PROVES TO 15 K MU. 
TAIL! 



•IIAWK- 



Difficullio* ArUins: from fhr llroutb. 

[Below will be fouiitl a serie.x of letters 
troiii our eorresi-oniknt with Ccncral 
Sil.ley'd expedition. They should have 
arrived several days since but by an un- 
*"ortunate blunder, alter ihe arrival of the 
mail at Alexandria it was returned to the 
expedition, and th" mail from this point 
to Gen. Sibley •=» loree was returned here, 
instead of vice vcfso:] 
SpocUl Correnpoudence of tht- .St. I'aul I're**. 
"PvMr R.\Msi:v."Minn., Juno •_''2, 'lio. 

The expctliti n i.> prc.^'ivssinj,'. To-day ue 
have m.irehed a'lout lifiecn miles frum Canip 
MiThail, ii:ul iil)Out nini above the "luk.pa" 
stream. Here we ar ■ cneamp' d hy a sm-ill 
lake, wi.hoiu a tree or hush ur. und it. L.u' 
rui Parle irself lies al>jut tlu-ee miles to the 
n'»rth-c.t.-it of us. The cimp is called for our 
worthy Gove: nor, and the like we e.inm-t 
name more approiniatciy th.m by callin;;; i'. 

'Like Ann 1." 

It was exported tluu wood wimid bo taken 
on iH^ard tie ir in at the Inkpa river, but many 
o: the teams tailed to uudoi>taud and pvovido 
for he ncc:s«i y, and conse. jucntly the enmp 
i . bat pvwrly supplied. Ordinarily this tiuu- 
o: year, tins is a beautiful li:tlo l.;kc of goud 
wu er, but the grc it tlrouph: has diminished 
tac amount of water an 1 tilled i: with moss 
j;nd other vcijctaMe subst.anr 5. 

.lust iHifore pas>in;; the Inkpa river, wc came 
upon the ruin> of Mr. lln,t.->;ln«' rcMd mr. At 
the time vi the outbreak, be, w ilh hi> wife nn-l 
two children and Mi-s Julii l.aframl>oise. 
f i-mcd the only white family livin.'T near l.ae 
qui raile. Thoy Kuow notbiuK of tlio upris- 
iuR un il TueFd 'y afterno<in, when Mr. lluj:- 
Kias W.1S hho' down as hi- rame towa-ds his 
Louse from the meadow, ilis murdvroKS liad 
been watnjc for his r -tuni. The woman and 
children were then ordered to le.ivc. M'horc 
Mr. Hupcsiu* fell, there he lay.and was buried 
by friendly Indians. Taking advantage of the 
passagj of tliis expedition, a frieml of his rame 
up liMt weik.and this, moruiug Ift Camp Me- 
Ph il with hi:, rcm.dns. takiuj? them down to 
St. Po.cr, to bury them near the heme of his 
friends. The lield wl.ich he had planted hvst 
season Is now ajield of roses. And as he w.is 
a good mm and loved a:id servc<l his (Jo<l, 
that may be only a very inadc lu.atc reprcscn:- 
aiijn of the beautiful world above where he 
now dwells. 



\t an early hour lo-,lay me expedition 
rcaehed its emampnunt on White Heron 
1 ake which lies alKiUt two miles Imck Irom 
tho old trading post.s on Big Stone IaUc. NVe 
..referred camping on the Hig Stone, but the 
entire destitution ..f gnu-^s along that Lake 
made it an impraetieabh- camping plaa-. 

Col. Marshal. Tapt. IVi-e. and (Jeorge H. 
Sptu.vr. wirco^erat the old trading post.. 
:md founil there the Ix.nes of two men. with 
..ortious of their ch.thing. supposed to bo Mr. 
Dubuque and Mr. Cannier. It is known that 
Mr. Pwvder wa» killed thcn> also, but it >« si»il>- 
po^edhoerawUMlaway to some hiding place 

to die. 

We are now hioking <M>t for buiTaloes, nud 
shall W s.m.ewhat surprised if we don't meet 
with M.mc straglers at Kast in a day or two. 
Indeed, to-day, will n the commanding (hn- 
vral and his start" were sun eying the bcauti- 
f il panorama of the cotcau .les prairies, with 
tin ir glasses, .something that appeared very 
muciriikea hcnlofbulfaloes was seen. But 
as it did not appear the s<c;.ud time, it could 
not Ik? verined. Wc are also expecting that 
we shall smm see Indians, who will come 
either for |H'ace or for war. 

While the last paragniph was in the process 
of being \Mitcn, a y«)ung bulfalo was killed by 
the Mounted Rangers only a short ilisUmce 
bcyontl the lake. Tliey saw three, but only 
succeeded in killing one. 

Besides the personr. mentioned above as 
killed at the tune of the outbreak, there were 
four men employed by the Department to 
burn coal. Of this company Oeorge Scott w:is 
the Chief. They were all killetl, and a burial 
party hiis been sent to lind, if possible, what 
remains of them. 

Big Stone I-ake has been visited this eve- 
ning by (Jetieral Sibley and many of the of- 
tievrs and men. It is pronounced by :U1 to Ik- 
ab.auty of a lake, a pearl eml)cded in the 
oecan prairie. Bui now the whole land moum- 
eth ami is desolate, for the wickedness of the 
inhabitants thereof. 

C.\Mi-McL.\ur.x, D.-ikora Territory-. ( 



" Cam)* AvEuiLi.," Ju»e 23. 
This camp wc have made after a haid, warm 
day's march of fifteen miles, Wc arc not far 
from a wooded lake which connects with the 
Makage River. 

This morning the infantry were relieved of 
their knapsacks, which were becoming vcr>- 
galling to the m'jii. As wc pass up the coun- 
try it ia Ijceoraintr more and more parched. 
The unspcaking earth is everywhere opening 
its hundred tnouths for rain; and the poor 
mules and horses, not ti* say the men, mu.-t 
necessarily suffer more or less of thirst in this 
campaign. Beautiful arc the Scripture images 
of a dry and thirsty land: The hurt panleth 
for the water bro.iks, and nothing is more 
gi-atcful than the sluadow of a great rock in a 
weary land. 

"What king, going to make w.ir against 
ano her king, sitteth not down first, and con- 
suUcth whether he be able with ten thousand 
to meet him that cometli against him with 
twenty thousand ? Or else, while the other is 
yc t a great way off, he sendeth an embassage, 
and desircth terms of peace." 

Little Crow desires peace. Through fJov. 
Dallas, of Red River settlement, he sends to 
General Sibley to say, that he gave up the 
white captives which were in his hands, and 
that the Dakotas who gave themselves up 
have been imprisoned and some of them hung, 
and now he thinks they luiglit stop on l)oth 
sides. He seems to have a very inadc piate 
idea of what justice demands. Report places 
him, with only one humlrcd and forty teperi, 
at St- Joseph, in this doubtful attitude. He 
has evidently failed to make any combination 
with the Indians of the plains, <.r in any way 
to increase his forces. 



•'Camp Makshah,, / 

Dakota Tkukitokv, June 2.3. < 
It ha.s fallen to the lot of the Lieutenant Col- 
onel, commanding the Seventh, to afford a 
name to our present camp. We have, to-day 
crossed the line which divides Minnesota from 
Dakota, and arc now encamped alwmt tlirce 
miles from the western border of our State, on 
the b nks of " Whetstone Creek." On tlio 
map of Minnesota it is marked a<^ the "I;iuza." 
"Wc crossed at the "upper crossing," and are 
eome distance al)Ovc the lower end of 15ig 
StDneLakc. andaboui three miles back from it. 
So far everything goes on well except th.nt 
some of Ihe mules arc giving out, and the 
barrels of hard brentl are bcng smashed up. 
"Wo have sincAj the Sabbath made about forty- 
eight miles, or an average of sixtc en a day. 

Yesterday Lieut. Putnam's horse turned a 
complete somersault, pa.vsing over the rider, 
but nci her the Lijuten mt n )r hs horse re- 
e Jived any injury. And to-d-iy while the 
General and his s:air were galloping over the 
bottom of the Whetstone, in search of a camp- 
ing pi ice, Capt. Pope's horse fell down .ind 
came directly under the fore feet of the horse 
to the right. But providentially neither sus- 
titned any serious injury. 

At the time of the outbreak, Mr. Louis Ro- 
bert.', of Saint Paul, had fair men cngag< <l in 
b tying, at the lower end of Big Stone Lake. 
Three of these, Patnodc and Picbcttc and one 
ether, if not the fourth also, wore known to 
have l)ecn killed in the meadnw. This morn- 
ing Oen. Sibley sent out a burial party com- 
posed of hlB scouts, with instructions to find 
and bury the bones of these men. They re- 
port having found the bones all pretty much 



June 2!i, LH(;2. S 
The bugle sounds and the drums I .eat re- 
veille at fo-.'.r o'eloek. and at five the order to 
march is soauded, and the camp gets in mo- 
ti<m at abo'.it half past five. This morning we 
came ahm;; witlmut ditficulty.an.l the head of 
tlic column reaihcd the camping placr before 
noon. Here wo are on the little stream which 
still n tains the name of Minn< toti, abo\e the 
head of Big St. nc l«ike and in si.'ht of Ijikt' 
1 raverso. We nic near the great watcr-.si>oat, 
whence the streams run northward and east- 
^^ard and i».uthward. ^^■c arc on the western 
border of the purchaso of 1S.>1. We arc near 
the villaue.-. of BurningPartli, audSwictCom, 
:m 1 standin.; Bullalo; and we have this after- 
noon api)roprint"d the houses for fuel to this 
camp during the two or three days we shall 
n.-l here V> recuperate our wearied mules. As 
lhsc.se villages stand on the Mmnc^ota tide of 
th'> stream, they are forbidden by the law ( f 
liUst winter to be again inhibited, and so it is 
according to law to t.ike the houses. But there 
is no law of Congress which aiitiiori/cs soldiers 
tj i.all ilown dead men who .ire laid up on 
scafiolds, or to dig up the bones of those who 
are buritd, siiiq.ly l>ccauic iht-y iK-long to Ihe 
Indian race. And if there wtre such a law, it 
would certainly be in verj- bad taste. It is a 
inodific.ttion of hcatheni>h barbarity which 
our peopli' ought not to be guilty of. 

On our march to-day over a beautifully levtd 
prairie, wc came to a pile of stones by the 
road side. Some were i)aintcd red and some 
Iduc. It Wcos a Dakota temple — a place of 
prayer and sacrifice. 

Since coming into camp we have been de- 
lighted and(ditie<l with the perusal of a cer- 
tain paper called the Faribault Republican. Il 
seems that the editor made a visit up to Camp 
Poik; shortly before this exiKjdition started. 
This visit api)cared to have been made for the 
purpose of filling up his canteen with gall. 
Misrti»resentation imd bitter words arc the 
result. But few of the prominent officers of 
tliis command have escai>ed his anathamas, 
but they have come with great profusion upon 
the heads of the commauilingCicneral and the 
field officers of the Sixth Regiment. It is nd- 
mitteil that whatever shis public men commit 
and whatever blunders they are guilty of, arc 
tlie proper subjects of criticism. But when an 
editor descends to misrepresentation and per- 
sonal abuse, willfully and maliciously, to be 
silent is the Iwst way to answer him Wisdom 
w1!l l>c justijicd of her children. 

Instead of two or three hundred scouts as 
stated by Mr. Orville Brown, General Sibley 
has only employed some sixty odd, all told. 
Of thcin .alx»ut one-half arc Indians and Half- 
breeds; the other half is made up of Canadi 
ans and Americans; men, of course, who 
know the country and are accustomed to fron- 
tier life. They have all, Americans, Canadi- 
ans, Half-breeds and Indians, with very few 
exceptions, lost all their projicrty by the In- 
dian outbreak. Some of them had children 
killed. (i>f our Indian scouts quite a numU-r 
are known to have stood faithful to the white 
people, all through the outbreak, and to have 
finally succeeded in producing such a counter 
revolution as resulted in the return of the 
w hitc captives. I am aware that the time for 
doing jnstii-c to these men is not yet. 

Moreover, the duties of a scout are both la- 
borious and dangerous. If hostile Indians arc 
encountered in a ravine or wood, our scouts 
stand the first chance to receive their first fire. 
They arc also to l>c employed in secret service. 
They will l>c sent on missions of danger and 
responsibility. It is submitted then, whether 
under these circumstances — with these dan- 
gers and laliors, antl responsibilities — two dol- 
lars a day is more than a reasonable compen- 
sation. 



But how old the face looked! 
that the little feet and hands m. re all there at- 
taclK'd, the face might ha\e been taken for an 
old \v..mau. Thes.- were all scattered a»H>ut as 
if they had Ihhmi pi,'s feel, aii.l the skulls and 
other bones were broken on the stones. This 
w:is done by nun who claim to iRM-ivillzcd I 
Oh, my soul, come not thou into their prcs- 
.nce. and mine honor. Ik- not thou with them 

united. 

On a proper repre>ent.'ition Indng made of 
llie.-.e facts to (ieneral Sibley, he immediately 
dctiiiled a burial party, who gathcird iq. these 
human remains and decentl> buried them. 

Yesterday a markctl stick was found. It 
had on it the figures of twotc ntsor tr,jm.%,n\\il 
by them was straight marks forlhe men, wom- 
en and children in ea; h family. In one of 
the titiHcs was the liguivofan either lu.t or 
jug, which was ren»lily iutirpretcd a- Inhig 
the coat of arms of ".Ma-ha-c ho-ga," a civiliz- 
ed Indian, living iK-forc the outbnak at the 
Y«llow Medicine, commonlv known among 
white people as "The Jug."' In the other tee- 
pec wai. a figure that might b • t ikeu for a fur- 
nace where thnnder-lxdts were made, and on 
the outside was the fiirure of the thunder-bird. 
ThiuuUr and lighthig arc the eompoiunt parts 
of St. many Dakota names, that it wjis ditUcult 
to determine w ho was the proprietor of this 
teeiH-e. The idea was that two families were 
In re nt»t a great while ago and left their card. 
They are probably not far ot;, ami are desir- 
ous of opening a eommunicatiou with us. 

.Vnother party of a different char-ncter has 
bciu here still more roecntly. They siunt « 
night in the summer houses at Stan<ling Buf- 
falo village. .\s they oeeiipicd thn-e of these 
houses, it is supix.se.l the paiiy consisted of 
twenty-five or thirty men. The grass and 
weeds on which they lay indicated that 
they were here within ten days. Whether 
they were going up or down is not manifest. 
One of the scouts, who was up here three or 
four weeks ago, had set up a lK)ard with the 
figure of a while man and an Indian, and the 
white man hohling out Irs hand toward the 
Indiiii. This J)oard was taken down, and an- 
other was put up with b>ls, ducks, and g< esc, 
atnl beavt r, and other animals, worked on it, 
.xs much as to say, "We can live without mak- 
ing peace ^Mtll the whiti' inr ii." 

An expetlition to Aliercrombl? is to have us 
on Mond ly, to carry in and biius out a mail, 
and for other punH>ses. It i^ to consist of a 
batallion of ca>alry. and two companies of in- 
fantry, with a section of the battery, all under 
the command of Li. nt. Col. Averill. 

"CvMi- Bitvoi.r.v," Juner.:>, '03. 
Wc have seen iMiffalo wbi -li appeared to be 
the advance gti.n;d of herds that might be pass- 
ing down on the Coteaii des Praiiies, or on the 
James liiver side. The Indians would prol»- 
ably W. with them. Besides wc had sccn the 
<igns of a war party havhig slept at jst.uidiiig 
Buffalo's village. 

In addl.ion to this, on yesterday, one of the 
seouts brought a "morning rejion," in the 
shape of a stick, with four trejtccs cut hi the 
bark, the ."^aid stick having iKcn stuck m the 
g:ound, leaning totcards our encampment. 
These facts and inferences seemed to re piirc 
tliat a reconnolssancc of the Cotcau should be 
made. 

Accordinudy, at 10 o'clock Last night, Gen. 
SiVdey sent out two companies of cavalry in 
command of Major Buell. They were expect- 
ed to proceed by night to the Cotcnu, and not 
\yc discovered by Indians, if any are there, un- 
tU this morning, when it would be too late for 
them to escape. 

This morning our camp "between the lakes" 
was in motion. First, the detachment under 
Lieut. Col. Averill, to go to Abererombie, was 
off, and soon after the whole command was 
passing up the hill on the west side of Lake 
Ti-nversc. We made a short march of about 
nine or ten miles,an<l have encamped on some 
lakes near Chan-Sanneeha, or, as the French 
c.ill it, Bois d'un Bt>rd; which, being interpret- 
ed, is "Wood on one border." 

One poor fellow to-day met with a sad acci- 
dent. Either from drowsiness or negligence, 
he fell from his mule, and liis heavily loaded 
wagon pas.sod over his leg, and broke it. He 
was sent over to the .\l>crcrombie train. At 
the Fort he will Iw 1>etter cared for than 
he could Ik- iu th*- cami«iigii. A few eiek and 
feeble soldiers and officers were sent home by 
this train to .\l>er(-rombic, who will when able, 
report for duty to Col. Miller. 

The sad evi*lcncesof a gnat dearth increase 
as wc pass up the country ; but a little shower 
1 wt night leads us to hope that God has not 
wholly forgotten this land, and that tJierc .arc 
giK)d tilings in store for us. 



\ on the lake. The .Iryncss of the season has, 
thus for on the expedition, made them unne- 
cessary for the puri>osc they were intended, 
and It is only right that they shonld bo made 
some use of. 

On onr march this morning, hi addition to 
" bulfalo paths," we noticed any nunilwr of 
•• bullalo pawings." They are most numerous 
around the hills and hillocka. These ;»rttfi/»y.s 
as tlicy oecur <m the sloi>C9 of hills, are gen<-r- 
jUly crescent shajKid, and me from ten to til- 
teen feet aci-os.'., ofti-n two feet deep. Hut 
they, too, like the p-iths, are the work of lor- 
mcr years. 

.\s we came into the lake before the hea4l of 
the column, and while watering our horses 
Ix-forc marking out the camping ground, an 
Indian was discovered on the farther side of 
the l.okc — or rather I should have said a man, 
who by the gentlemen of the staff was pro- 
nounced to l)c an Indian, with breech-clout, 
leggins, nn«l shirt, and eanying a spear. A 
s piad of the scouts wen; immediately sent 
around after hlin, but il turned out to be Mr. 
llatcA-Tuil, one of our scouts. 

For two or three days past it has been no- 
tic cd th.it the grasshoppers were increasing in 
size and numl)ers. To-doy the ground is cov- 
ered with them, and they rise up in swarms. 
Tlie\- arc eating up the grass and every green 
thing. If they should continue to increase, 
t'ley will, more than the dry w cather, cmbar- 
ra.ss our operations 



T H E OX T Y. 

Till'. MuNUMKNT FtiND. — A meeting 

of the Special Committee apjwinted .it tlic last 
meeting of the Council to take steps rel itivc to 
the building of a monument to the fallen sol- 
diers of our Mmnesota Regiments, was held 
on Moinlay. 

The Mayor was reqiicsted to act as chair- 
man. 

Alderman Peckham was appointed Secreta- 
ry, an<l.Aldermun Paine appointed Treasurer. 

The ollowing cjmmnnication was received 
fVora the Mayor. Read and approved : 

NOTICE TO THE I'llU.IC — HATTLE MOSrMf.NT. 

I herewith give notice after <-onsultation 
with a majority of the Board of Ahlermen, and 
with the Special Committee appointed by that 
lK>dy, that it has been <letermined to render 
the proi)ose(l Moniinu nt, not an ex<-lusive 
tribute to any one of our gallant Regiments, 
but a lasting" memorial ot the brav<fry and dis- 
tinguished services of thein all. 

To make any distinction Iwlwccn the heroic 
dead of dillcrent regiments, mijlit seem invid 
ions, and su<-h im]>utitioii we desire to av(. id. 
Although, theref)re, the siibie(-t was suggest- 
ed bv the terrible dcstnietion which has befal- 
len the "Minnesota First," wc wouhl by no 
means seem to overlook ihi-et[ual bravery and 
pntronism that has eharacter./.cd the conduct 
of other regiments, thu havesiiffend in a less 
degree. 'Ihe noble deeds of them all should 
J>e signally connnemornted. Wc therefore an- 
nounce, a.s the grand puprosc. lor which the 
propo^cd monument is to Ik; erected, the eom- 
niemor.ition of the distinguished services of 
the heroic dead of Miniu-sola— of all those 
who have fallen upon the tja'tle-fiekl.and shed 
their blood in detence of tlie Cnion, and the 
preservation of the lilK-rties of their country. 
For such purpose it is hopcil and believed 



McCLURE"&''c6., 



w. '• 

Produce Commission MercbantM, 

for U.e 8.1« of Butter, Cheos.-. Lard, KKgs. i I'^MW and 240, 
IteauH, l'ea», Driod Fruits, Fiour ani frovirtioni', 
3>0 rulton Mrrrt, 

Op. Washington M.aiket, NKW YOUK. 

w. s. M'ci.i:itK. <^. m'ci.i;kk. 

n. K. wam.ar:>. 



BROAD ACRES! 

too ACULS of land from .3 to I'i miles of 
8T. PAUL, will be sold in tracts of 40 acres. %0. 
The so!! is a rich loam, with 
woctlattd waitr. Terms part casb, and tb« bal- 
ance, if deilred, on long time. 

UENRY McKF-XlY, 



R R F K R h N C A" .V < . 

(i.'o. W. Whitf. Cash, .Meelianic'u B'k, Itrooklyn 

lion. Horatio iiailard, Si-c. State of N<'w ^ ork. 

Win. Cripps, I'r'-x. .Slan<Iiird Ins. <'o., N"w York. 

A. H. Ballard. Ypsilai.tl, Midilgau. 

.1. L. Ki-lly, Milwuiikpe, Wiscousiu, 

K. H. iluiitinf^toii, Adam's Irtr (;o , N. Y. 

J. II. Iti-ed, l/lica. New York. 

Hon. Henry .1. Kavmond, " New York Times." 

C. II Wheeler, .St. Alt*aus, Yermonl. 

U. Ward, Lancaster, (jraut Co., Wiscor'in. 

jy'o 'y 

i^ ILLpyrTE, WHITNEY & CO.. 



I)'-aI<T in Real fUtate. 
fit. Paul, Jun*- fi. 1«C3.— d&wCm. 



Blessed be God for the night— .and blessed 
Ik- Nkjiit. The sun psirches ami scorches us I that all citizens willecJutribute with lilH;ralit\ 



by ilay ; and there is neither shadow nor shade 
tli.at we can avail ourselves of on this great 
prairie, until we get our tents pitched in the 
afternoon. The evening comes cm with its 
t-oolncss, and our parched lips and fevered 
faces .ire refreshed. -Vnd then comes Night 
with its tloep and glorious shade and y\ra\}s us 
around, an<l l)rings upon us bojourners the 
blessings of the numiing. So we say again, 
blessed U- God for giving us the night. 

We are now o)>iK)site the head of the Cotcau 
des Prairit s, and a most splendid sight it is. as 
we see it across the lake in the region ol the 
setting sun. The outlines of the Cotcau, or as 
the Dakotas call the ne.ircst ridges, *'the 
Itiniurjrr hrothcrit" arc only a few miles off. 
The head of the Cotcau is a high hill which is 
ngarded as sacred. There is almost always a 
strong wind blowing there, and there the war- 
prophet and the conjurer have, for geneni- 
tit.ns back, gone to dream. There, as he Ijc- 
lievcs, the divine afflatus has blown upon him, 
and ha has hold communion with the spirit 
world. To the Dakotas this is a "sacred 
mount." 

Yours truly, S. R. RIGGS. 



JOHN ESAIAS WARRFN, Mayor 

Signed by nil the Aldermen. 

The city was divided into five Ward Districts, 
and a Committee of one appointed to collect 
in lach. 

The Mayor apjiointed as follows : 

First IFarti— Parker Paine. 

Second U'ltrd—Wm. P. Murray. 

T/»i»y/ Ward— J. G. Betz. 

Fourth Ward— I. P. Wriglit. 

Fifth II «;•</— John A. Peckham. 

Col. Stephen Miller was appointed collector 
for the several regiments, w ith power to ap- 
point sub-collectors for ea<h regiment. 

Citizens sluuild not forget the mectng to- 
ni,-dit at Ingerst.ll's Hall, for the purpose of 
taking measures towards the erection of the 
Monument to tlic Minm-sota First. The meet- 
ing was originally called for the purpose of 
planning a monument to that Kegiment alone, 
but it is not imin'obable that the design m.iy 
Ik- chanaed so as to include all the regiments. 



BfCrKSSOK TO 

Thjompson, Whitney & Co. 

Manufacturers and Jot>t>prs of 

BOOTS ttucl SHOES, 

40 LAKE STllEET, CHICAGO, ILL 

W« are now receiving a largo stock of Goods 

FKO.M THE 

BEST MANUFACTORIES IN THE EAST 

and with very large addition to our 

HOME-MADE CUSTOM WORK 

"We are prepared to ofTf r to *he Country Trade 
l!io b«?st assortment of Boots and Shoes in 
the city. 

GILLETTK, WHITNEY fc CO. 

P. O. Dra wer \fiC<H. a l-6m. 

SHORES & TATOR, 
"WTiolesalo Grooors, 

47 South Water Street, 

CHICA-GO. 

L. SHOBES, F. D. TATOR 

m:u-6m. 



O.A.THC^VK<T &; CO. 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 
Tl»ir<l Strocr St. Paul, 

Are in recdpt of their 

Spring Stock of Dry Goods 

We have a large and beautiful afiHoriD<cnt of 

T>RESS GhOODS. 

Which wf would invif the I.Adies special atten- 
tion to. 
WV would invite ileruhhut laliors to call an 
OKaniiuc oursiock of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

Wli'icJi Is very large and desirable; we are SfUing 
low. To .M('icUant.« from iLe Country, we pro- 
p<)."0 to job <;ood:- at i'liicagoor MM>ivJiuk<-e jiric-s 
— frt-igtit addi'd. CaK &udexanii)ii- tM-lore buying. 
inari-d&wly CATIICAIU' k. CO. 




THK lATl-ST VKOM THK K-XTKOITION. 

Lieut. A Sinclair Flandrau, came down 
last evening as bearer of dispatches from 
Gen. .Sibley. He left the expedition on 
the oth. They were then progressing 
without special incident. The previous 
reports from the expedition were rather 
overdrawn and though the drouth has oc- 
casioned considerable suffering, the aban- 
donment cf the expedition has not been 
.-«etioii8ly (:oiitemi»lated by the General in 
coniinand. 

Arrivals at the Hotels. 

TniKsn.VT, July 14. 

.•< n Catton, Monton, 111 ; J B Farkhurn and 
lady, frescott ; .1 ¥ Behnett, St IN-for; KM Stow- 
ell- Anoka; A K llirjfe, WIdte H'-ar; SSCon- 
i-r. Alton, 111; G<-o F Phelps, New Haven Ct; 
H-Kufluer. Ilanulhal, .Mo; \V Tibbett;, Stlllwa; 
tor; Vrs l.athn.p and daughter. New i ork; its 

Kuapp, Hastings; John -"^watif:.'. J ?"'''"• .,' 
C.Hs H haufiiidn. New York; \> S Itandolph. 

Auoka ;. John F Farley, ''l«*a«"^^„,',. '\'f.''V, "'.j^ 
K«ton, Ninnlger; Jas WIdtall, Plilladelpbla; W 
WIdlidl.di.; H A iVI-aiid, Farrport, N \ ; .Mrs 
Bunding and daughter; T Kennedy, Meinp dsj 
.M Heliinan, CinciDiiull; CW W hiUfed, Joliet. 
Ill; 1> L Keynold*. lTinc«!ton ; J N 1 readwell, 
.<t IVter; J E .siieal, Ked Wing; II Mketclium, 
.><t l'ou>r; It ButterH. 

IXTEU^IATIOMAI.. 

A A Itlce, Manliato; Char!, s F Ki rchard, Hal 
tinioie, Md; Miss Wolcott, blAntlionv; 
■■ " ^Vtii 



STR 
Itrward. 



IRAYjID OR SroLEX.— SIU 00 

dezvol.s, obt.liu .ind prison t to i Strav.-d or"stol.-n,froiM Michael Mc< 
t-..«.ll,. rmt r.«- tlw> tlisfrirf ill «>' I>«'yton, Heun^-piu Co., arM.ut li. 
Enrollment Ol the JJjatriU m ju„e fa.,f, k three year old. bay hors 



Oliver 



IMIryniule, tit I'aul; John B .Murry, White Bear 
l.ake; SB Hill. Indiana; W W .lohnsou, Ciii- 
cinnatl: Capt K J .Soosley, Wood Lake; C B 
ooudoot and lady: I'hiladelphia; Slisii . 
ooudoot.do; Frank Steele, Fort f'nelllng 
1 Wood and wife, Flttsfi.ld. Mass; Mrs 
ng, cidid and nurse. >pringtleld, 5Ia«»; " 
k^ftliarlv and wife, .St Anthony; C B 1 uti 



C\MP M( Larev, D. T., ) 
June 27, 1863, S 

Tho command rests to-day. This morning 
the clouds covered the heavens, and the Lonl 
ntteied His voice in the thunder, and there 
promised to ba an abundance of rain. But 
there was cmly a vi-ry little showi-r upon us — a 
few drops that did not at ail satisfy the thirsty 
earth. Nevertheless wc will accept of it as an 
earnest of Ixjttcr things to come. 

Aceomp.inied by some others, Ibavcjust 
visited .some points of interest. The Iron Pout, 
or "Initial Post," jis il is called, stands in the 
marsh near Luke 1 ravcrse. On Ihe one side 
IS "Minnesota," on the opposite is "Dakota," 
•ind en the shlc joining Big Stone Lake, is "11. 
S. Lake, 18-59." 

Wc went «U)wn the shores of Lake Traverse, 
.ind drank c(Md water ont of springs bubbling 
up out of the sand and gravel. ^Vc washed 
in the waters that run into Hudson Bay. We 
saw men out fishing, some standing in the wa- 
ter waist deep, and others in canoes which 
they had found along shores. 

Wc went up on thi- hills to sec the scaffolds 
and the bnrlal places of the dead. There wo 
saw Vandalism and Barbarism of the most 
sickening kind. The boxes had been taken 
down and oi)cncd and the contents scAttered 
all around. The blankets and shortgowns 
and other clothing iu which the bodies 
wcro wrapped, wero torn open and thrown 



••C.\Mi' Cook," July 1, 18G3. 
Our camp this evening is on the margin of 
an unnamed, umrooded lake, about twenty-five 
miles a little west of north from the upper end 
of lAkc Traverse. The country traveled over 
to-day is eharacteri/cd, more than any other 
we have seen, by its nnmeroiis lakes, some of 
them with good pebbly and rocky shores, but 
all without names. If it were not for tliesc 
lakes, this eountrj- would now be a desert 
where animals conld not live. Boulders arc 
scattered over the knolls and higher portions, 
and many places may be eharacteri/.ed a** 
Mtony. These stones jue mostly granite, but 
sprinkled in with limestope, especially near 
Lake Traverse. 

The only new thing that appe.ircd on onr 
maich to-day was tho ohl buflalo paths. It is 
a curious fact that a herd of liutl'alo, when on 
the marcli, usually goes single file. This is 
done, espcci illy, when they start for a water- 
ing place. Henc» the deep worn paths. But 
they are all old. No considerable number of 
ImfTaloes have l»ecn in this region of country 
for many years. A few tolerably fresh "buf- 
falo-chips" were seen on the march to-day, but 
no more buffalo. 

Major Buell, and his reeonnoitering party, 
returned into camp this morning. Tliey went 
to the top of the Coteau and examine«I the 
c.->untr>' for some distance, !>nt did not go to 
the further border. They saw no Indians, 
and disccvcred no signs, except a stick with 
two tepee marks on it, the families consisting 
of six and sl•^ en persons respectively. Having 
taken only one day's rati ms with them, and 
traveled, according to their estim.ite, seventy- 
five or eighty miles, they were glad to rejoin 
the camp. This pretty well ."Mttlcs the ques- 
tion aliout Indians being, in any numbers, in 
th» iKirt of Ihe country. 

The Major was a ;;ood spy. lie brings back 
a good report of the land he visited. That 
land of lakes and timber was the garden spot 
of earth — the most beautiful and glorious laud 
he ever set his eye« upon — was that part of 
tho Cotcau des Prairies, where tho Big Sioux 
and the Minnesota take their rise. 



Itooudoot and lady: I'hiladelphia; Miss M K 
Itooudoot.do; Frank Steele, Fort f'nelling: H 
|> Wood and wife, Flttsfi.ld. Mass; MrsLun- 
sing, cIdId and nurse. >pringtleld, 5Ia«»; O 31 
Wftliarlvandwife, St Anthony; C B 1 utnam. 
Bock Isliind ; Miss Fufnain, do ; Miss Itlchar**, 
Millwaukee; J 1) Hammond, New York; C C 
Clark ; B B Armstrong, St Aiithonv ; C S »pnn- 
gcr, Fort Kiplf> , Mi^<s .springer, ;'»n';f,y»"*> " '*; 
Miss Cassey, Milwaukee; Louis B W llliamj and 
wife, Fox Lake, Wis; A B Auderson, > Y ; J L 
Itowe, do ; Chas Bf rch, do ; M* Clark, M C.oud , 
IJeut A 8 Flandreau. 

A McCargar, St I'aul: David Munima, Mt Car- 
roll. Id; .lobnW Mooro. Minn; W m \Vallace 
and lady. New York; Stephen Buggies. Boston ; 
H II Williams, St I'aul; N H .Sargent. I arkman, 
Mm; J W m!-tU. Fort Suclllurf; O Woodburg, 
do: IIAMoslier,do: E V MeTjbins Anoka ; A 
Wrieht. I'reston; I F Geer, New ^orh: J U l-ol- 
somVMiun; Capt E B <:«rllng and famllv, M 
Paul; Samuel « larke, Chilbcotlie, O; I" w 
I'cake, Crow Wing; O Towu»<-nd, Salem, 3Iass. 

irillTCJlIKn'f* MOTBIi. 

M W Burchalte, Waljasliaw ; C L Aiigell, Min' 
neiiDolU ; F F Johnson, For«'rt vllle : » m Alten" 
biTU I'tU.uglass: J LN Dudley, Minneapolis; 
.loUu Maloy. .Stillwater; Wm ^"'n;."|?. ^VkI^'-''' 
Kails; Ueo McKensle, .Stillwater; O N Hubbell, 
LCliK; K H Garrett, IT du Oiden KR: K 
Morey. Cottage Grove; Wm Watson, do; J Mo- 
rev «lo; J C.)Chr»n, Burlington ; L C Johnson, 
Ne«^nan; K B segar H.-nd.r^on; Mrs Faster- 
book and three children. Sti'lwater: Mrs l-orbes, 
do; J V B Benton. Wyoming; J M Farmer, I^ 
Sueur. 



Fkom SiBLKY*si Exff.DiTiox.— A vcrv 
large mail from Fort Abererombie an ivetl last 
night, bringing bushels of letters from the ex- 
pedition. 

0<'srnlutioii» In Ilt>i!:arfl to Kulisfitutef • 

AV.Vll DurAKTMCNT, ^ 

Fkovost MArsiiAi. Gkxkual's Oifici;, > 
Washington. I). C, June 24, 1863. ) 

1st. Any i>ers(m enrolled m.iy, at any time, 
on or before tin- time at which he i.> ordered to 
rcj>ort at a rem 
ihi- Board of 
wliicli he resides a substitute 

'id. The sulistitutc must \k in every respe«t 
suitable for tlie militiu-y service, which shall 
be determined by the Enrolling Board in the 
manner prescribed for examining recruits. 

3d. Every substitute, ufttr Ixing examined 
and approved by the Fnrolling Board, shall 
etilist ill the .service of the United States. 

(Forai 10.) 
4th. And when he shall liave so enlisted, 
and reported to the I'rovost Marshal for duty, 
the lioard shall give the person who has fum- 
islied the substitute acertiticate cf exemption 
(aec-ording to Form 31, in Kegulatiims for gov- 
ernment of the Bureau of the Provost M.irshal 
General) .setting forth that the person is " not 
properlv subject to do military duty during 
the time for which he was drafted * * by 
reason of 'having furnished an acceptable sub- 
stitute: " 

oth. Everv substitute, who shall have en- 
listed and reported to the Provost Marshal, 
shall be held subject to all pains and pcn.iltics 
for desertion or other offenses, in the .same 
manner as other soldiers, and the person m-I-.o 
has funiished the substitute shall not be re- 
sponsible for the acts of the sub-sfitute, com- 
mitted alter he shall have enlisted and report- 
ed to the Provo^t Marshal for duty, as requir- 
ed in the prececding piu-agraidi. 

6th. The Board of Enrollmetit will give 
public n<»tice. after a draft has been made, 
that thev will, between such hours on every 
(lav, up to the time when tlie drafted men are 
ordered to report at a rendezvous, hear prop- 
ositions for substitutes, and examine persons 
so offering. 

7th. All persons who may l)e drafted, and 
who desire to present substitutes, shall give 
notice in writing to the Board of Enrollment 
that on such a day they will present a substi- 
tute, giving his name, residence, age, and stat- 
ing whether he is an alien or citizen. 

8th. The Board of Enrollment shall make 
the enlistment i)apers of substitutes in tripli- 
cate, of which one shall be forwarded to the 
I*rovost Marshal General, one to the Adjutant 
General of the Amiv, and the other retained 
among the records of the Enrolling Board. 

Oth. Substitutes, after Ix'ing enlisted, are to 
be considered as, in all respects, on the .same 
footing with other soldiers, receiving the same 
l)oun:ies, pay and allowances, and amenable 
to the same "regulations and discipline. 

10th. After all the substitutes hive been ac- 
cepted and enlisted in a district, the Board of 
Enrollment will render a statement (.iccord- 
ing to Form A) to the Provost Marshal Gen- 
eral. _ »,„,, 

JAMES B. FRY , 
Provost Marshal General. 



ItyrRS. JOHNSTON'S liOARDING 
HOUSE. 

O" Fourtli street, between Minre.'ota and Ce- 
dar. A few more gentlemen can be accommoda- 
ted with pleasant and comfortable room-. 

j<'«'3L'W 

XY7'HlfCHER*S~HbTEL. 

Fourth-Si., bettcren RoheH and Jackson. 
ijT. PAUL, MIXNK60TA. 

E. R. WIHTCHER, rm.naicTOR. 

The abov'> house having recently b -en oiKjned 
ami thoroughly renovati-d and refuruishecl. the 
I'roprii'lor would respccttully .-olicit a share uf 
the i.ablic patronage. «i'-Good Staljliug and 
careful Hostler.- in atiendanc<-. jyie-if 



Stravi'd or Stolen, from Michael MciJraw. town 
■ ■ "" ■ ^ . . j,,^ middle ot" 

orse colt, black 
main and Uii,and'da'ki>:h legs, and »tar iu th« 
foreh<'.id; was last i"— n near Moutic<'llo. Any 
on<' giving information that will h'ad to his re- 
covery, or will return liiiu to the owuer, will re- 
ceive the ebove rewBrd. 

I >ayton,.luly li, l»«i:'.. j yO d2w* 

T3AYMENT OF SIOUX WAR 
VOUCHERS. 

Slate Auditor's Warrants, drawn against the 
fund appropriated to pay the Sioux War Vouch- 
er* will be paid by the State Trea^^urer, at hii of- 
ficc, b'-tween thn hours of 'J and 1-.:a.m and -2 
and 4 I-. .M. CUAS. SCHKITKK, 

jyl If .State 1'reasuror. 

■^^ACimNG ON LAKE COMO. 

J lie ^uh.-cri!«*^ takes pleasure in announcing to 
the public that the ix^autiful and w^il-known 
>achts I'rtuline and Claude Meluotte, have Ixen 
thoroughly overhauled and renovated, and a^e 
now at the service of parties desiriug a sail upon 
the placid waters of Lake Como. No labor nor 
expense has l>eeu spared in titling them .or this 
jiurpose. The Claude M InoJtehas been earpetod 
und specially tilted for the accommodation < f 
i ladies, and ^elect parties and families de.-iring its 
I exclusive use will please leave their orders twebe 
hour* iu advance at the store of W. Sherman 
I'otts. Druggist. St. Paul. The subscriber i? an 
old sailor, and as such, contributes his skfl! aud 
and exi>erieuce to the comfort of pleasure parties. 
jy7--.iw* K. G. ALDltlUGl-:. 



FofRmC^. Wic«*. Roiirli***. *Mt«. n«»«l 
Kuu"*, .taoth^ in Fiim. «« t«(»Mcii«. <9kr., 
lusf ct» on K*lunt*, Fowls. Animal*. &c 

Putupin-J5c,5"cands ! K'^.ve-, BnftlesandFUi-ks 
$:{and|5for//t'^ i'", Pvtli-- luftitutioriS, <fc. 

"Only infaliinle remedies known." 

" Free from Poi-'ons " 

" Xot dajtjrerous to the Human Family." 

'- flats come out of th^'ir holes to die." 
;es~Sold Wholesale in alUa'ge citie*. 
S(»ld bv all l)rupiri-^t« and Ketniler.- ererywhere. 
HM" '■ '■ '■ ll'^'WAKt; : : ! of all worthle-s imitations. 
«#-6ee that '" Costa i-.'^'' names is <m each Box, 

B'>ttle and Flash, before y.>u buy. 
tfS'Ad.lnfS SBE.\nV K. tOSTAl*. 

S^FUISl IPAL l»i;ioT is-' B' <J.M\\ A^ , N. Y. 

«S- Sold by DA Y & J KX KS. 

Wholesale and Itetaii Agentii, 
an-'W-d'Vwfim S». Pa'il . Minnesota. 

"u^^Z^ r O L L O C K , 

>> DONALDSON AND 
O G D E N , 

r«r.ALKR8 IS 

Oltiiin, Glajst* Ac Esirthen 

WITH Al» ESm.KM VABIETY OF 

Hoii:=ekeex>mf? Airticles. 

It is the design of this House to supp'y HOUSB 
JvliKFEUS with every po^^iblc want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. Ho Third-st.. 

COK. THIRD AND ROBEET-STS., MIX. 

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COMMERCIAL. 

Rcrlow of tlie »«. r««l Mar- 
kets. 

Tiil'KSPAY KvBwiNO, July IC. 

The markets have received another shock to- 
diy.from the large decline in gold to ^\::b. 
Wheat at Milwaukee was reiwrted to liave fallen 
to $1.11. Of coarse this produced a mild i.an'c 
In the market liere, and the price declined to :0c 
in the forenoon, but rallied agiiin to 80c in the 
afternoon. Tho sales were light. 

OaU continue firm, and arc in reqn-st atCOg 

Corn is active at OOc. 

Ko change reported In other produce'. 

> ■ • » » — 

MiONKI'^VRY. 

COIN AND EXCUANGE QUOTATIOKS OF 

TUompson Bi-o's., 

St. PAUt., July 10, 1863. 

llankersand licensed Dealers in lAind Warrants, 
Revolutionary nnd Adult Half Breed Scrir,4e 
BXCnANOK BATKS. 

Selling for. Premium 

Bankable Funds ^ pcrct.prem 

American Gold 40perct. 

Orders for United States I^nd Warrants, SUtc 
warrants, kc, promptly executed. 

Bute and United State* Coupons paid at our 

oounter. 

Passage Certlflcates via Liverpool and Ham 
burg; Drafts on England, Ireland and Scotland 
France. Germany and Switierlaud, Sweden and 
Norway, for sale at our office. 



lf>0 acres in Rose town, adjoininc the scliool 
section, the following described land : X. W. •